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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ITV invite the attention of families tr/to icish to bum Pare Coal, to the fol- 
lowing varieties trhich tre have in Stoek: 

Genuine Lykens Valley Franklin, 

Lehigh, Draper, Lackawanna? 

Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Co.'s 

Hard and Free Burning Coals. 

English & American Cannel Coals. 

Purchasers may rely on having their Coal screened clean, and prompt delivery. 
WOOD, LIME, HAY AXD CEMENT. 

L. G. BURNHAM & CO., 

Office, 75 State Street, Bostox, Mass. 

WHARVES: 

221 Bridge Street, Bast Cambridge. 132 Charles St., Boston. 

East Chester Park, and 13 Mt. Washington Av., Boston. 

E. S. HAMLIN & CO., 

(Successors to Bostvorth & Hamlin,) 
Dealers in 

Hard and Soft Goal and Wood, 

Wharves Nos. 254 & 256 Federal St,, Boston. 

TELEPHONE NO- 1477. 

WM. A. HUNNEWELL & CO., 

Dealers in 

COAL &d WOOD, 

WYMAN'S WHARF, 84 BRIDGE STREET, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Office in Boston, ?<> State St. Hours from 12 to 1. Order Box at Kidder, 
feabody Sf Co.'s, 113 Devonshire St., Boston. 

Wm. A. Hunnewell. David Proudfoot. 

CONNECTED ^Y TELEPHONE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. J. APPLEGATE, 

571 MAIN STREET. 

The Place to bring your Children for 

SOLID GOLD RIN6S, 50 AND 75 GENTS, 
LADIES' SOLID GOLD ELGIN WATCHES, STEM-WIND, 

$25,00, 

Fine Watch and French Clock Repairing. 
UNIVERSITY "STABLET 



GWYNNE1C0,, 




Telephone Jl'o. 7059. 

Nice [Coaches, 
Coupes, Landaus, 
and Turnouts of all 
kinds to let. Par- 
| ticular attention 
paid to Boarding 
gentlemen's horses. 



BRATTLE STREET, NEAR HARVARD SQ. 



BBI1QE BOX COMPANY, 

Manufacturers of 

WOODEN BOXES & CASES, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PRINTED BOXES A SPECIALTY. 
Telephone No. 7175. 

Hideout's Block, State Street, CmMilport, Mass- 

Wm. L. Whitney. W. A. Merrill. L. B. Merrill. 

DAVID W. LEWIS, 

.lVir England %lgent for 

Akron Sewer Pipe & Land Tile, 



ALSO, DEALER IN 



Blocks, Oven Tiles, Kaolin, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops, Chimney Lining, Stone 
Vases and Cement. 

Yards: Harvard St., Cambridgeport(at crossing of B.&A.R.R.) and rear 1365 Tremont St., Boston. 

BOSTON' OFF MCE. 80 HMflK STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Charles River Iron Works, 

KENDALL & ROBERTS, 

Manufacturer- of 

STEAM BOILERS, GAS03IETERS, SHIPS' TANKS, 

Plate Iron Work of all Descriptions. 

Stationary ^larine and JUining Engines, Portable Hoisting Engine* and 

General •Machinery. 

No. 72 to 92 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. 

NEAR WEST BOSTON BRIDGE, 



S. A. STEWART & CO., 

Manvfactnrers of 

Fine Carriages, 

SLEIGHS AND HARNESSES. 

Salesrooms, 118 and 120 Sudbury Street, and 13 Green Street, 

near Bowdoin So.. Factory, 45 Pitts St. 

BOSTON. 

Established .£. If. X844. Incorporated 1883. 

GEO. G. PAGE BOX CO., 

Manufacturers of 

Boxes and Packing Cases, 

BOXES PRINTED WHEN DESIRED. 

ZKZinsnDLIZfcTG- WOOD POB SALE, 
3 to 13 Hampshire Street, near Broadway, 

^ e L.fage P TS^« deU '-i CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

O. LAMKIN & CO., 

Manufacturers and Healers in 

Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

WIIOIIS.IIE .l.M> HE T.I II. 

28 Tremont Eow, cor. Pemberton Sq., BOSTON. 

FACTORY AT MILFOKD, CONN. 

N. B. BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS MADE TO MEASURE. 

O. LAMKIN. G. 1.. BOYCE. 



ADVKIITFSKMEXTS, 



HOWARD F. PEAK, 

Slate, Tin, Copper & Gravel Roofer, 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 

Slat** Wharf afl the fool of Charles Hirer Street. Office, corner 

Charles River and Wit. Auburn streets. Order Box, Lyceum 

Exchange, Harvard Square 

J. H. COON & CO., 
Masons, Contractors and Builders, 



Office, 17 Pemberton Sq., Boston. 
Locker, 77 Broadway, Cainbridgeport. 



J. J. COON. 
IK J WARD COOK. 



D. W. GAGE, 

157 NORTH AVENUE, 

Opp. Porter's Station. 

STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES, 

./ml Kitchen Furnishing Goods, 

at less than Boston Prices. Tin-Plate, Sheet Iron and 
Copper Worker: also, Plumbing, Tin Hoofing 
and Gas Fitting. All kind* of Job- 
bing Promptly done. 

Agent for North Cambridge, 
for MAGEE goods. 





CUSHMJLN BROTHERS & CO 



^ w. f 



Manufacturers of 



Shaflo Rollers,Winrlow Shades.Hoilands.IJpholsterers'Hardware.&c. 

Importers of 

King's First Quality Scotch Hollands. 

§2, 84 AND §6 HAWLEY STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

Factory, 358 to 368 •IMain Street, < aiubiid geport , .liatt. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




WEST END BOOKING CO., 

Slate, Tin and Composition 
Roofing. 

Applied in the most thorough and workmanlike 
manner on the most favorable terms. 

232 Cambridge St., and 10 Canal 
Street, BOSTON. 

HOLIAN BROTHERS, 

GalvanizerS, 

No. 191 Windsor St,, N TJ£r< CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Galvanizing done to Order. 

Pres. THEO. A. DODGE. Treas. J. EDWIN DAVIS. Supt. ROBERT COWEN, 

BOSTON WOVEN HOSE CO., 

NO. 234 DEVONSHIRE STREET. - BOSTON. 

.lEit tiufactiere v s of 



Cotton Unite Linefl 

Fire Hose, 

Mill Hose, 

'Spiral' Garden Hose, 

'Cowen' Steam Hose, 

Tank Hose, 

Linen Hose. 




(MECHANICAL) 

Rubber Goods, 

Fire Hose, 

Mill Hose, 

Garden Hose, 

Steam Hose, 

Belting, 

Packing, 

Mould Work, &c. 



FACTORY, 



Cor. Portland and Hampshire Sts., Cambridgeport. 



3 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CLARK & CRAWFORD, 

PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, 

Special attention given to Drainage and Ventilation, 

12 HARVAED ROW, HARVARD SQ., CAMBRIDGE. 

Ernest W. Clark. James Crawford. 

NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS 

To be found at the Stores of 

^V\7"illiam .A.. Oorso, 

AND 

Geoi 2ME- Bosvsrortli c*? Co., 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

ROOM MOULDINGS, CEILING DECORATIONS. 

Madras Lace, Curtain Poles, Drapery Poles, Window Shades, &c 

•IV VERY EOT** PRICES. EVSPECTEO.V EWITEMf. 

No. 181 Washington St., Boston. 

J. ELLIOT BOND, 
Carpetings and Furniture, 

WINDOW SHADES AND SCREENS. 

Thoroughly seasoned floor Oil Cloths, in all widths, a specialty. Straw, 
Coir and Napier Mattings, Enamelled Oil Cloths. Hollands, Tassells, 
Etc. Window Shades and Screens for Public or Private Buildings in 
any Style and Color made to order. 

173 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 



D. M. HAZEXT, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

flfl COflFECT/OllE/lY, 



Philadelphia Caramels and Chocolates a Specially. 

Orders for Confectionery and Maple Syrup promptly 

attended to. 

No. 42 Elm Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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•^Manufacturer of 



CONFECTIONERY, 



Store, No. 37 Union St., 

Boston, Mass, 



Factory, 282 Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Mass. 




PAINE'S FUKNITURE MANUFACTORY. 

48 Canal St., and 141 Friend St., opp. Boston & Maine Depot, 

BOST02ST. 

WHOL.KWAT.F, A !VI> RETAIL. 

FLAGS, DECORATIONS, ITALIAN AWNINGS AND TENTS. 

LAMPRELL & MARBLE, 

Flag, Awning, Tent and 
Sail Makers. 

357 Commercial St., Head of 
Lincoln Wharf, Boston. 

Italian and Store Awnings, Tents, Canvas 
Street Signs, Sackings, etc., manufactured. 
Campaign Flags, Mottoes, etc., furnished 
and put up. Flags of all nations, Bunting, 
>trcainers and Tents for Sale or to Let. 

Decorations, Furnished and Executed. Mourning Draperies 
always on hand. 

Chelsea and East Boston Ferry Horse Cars pass near by every few minutes. 





] ADVERTISEMENTS, 



ANDREWS. BARKER & BUNTON, 

Wholesale Grocers, 

jobbers OF 

TEAS, COFFEES AND MOLASSES, 
Nos. 5 & 7 Commercial & 8 Commerce Sts., BOSTON. 

Joint .1 . .tudreirs. Tito*. Mi. Barker. 1l*a*f. .1 . Winnton. 

F. M. HOLMES, 

Wholesale Flour and Produce, 

40 & 42 Commercial St., BOSTON. 

Headquarters for the 

"ORIGINAL"BROWN BREAD MIXTURE 

~ ^^ -,^ .Hud other Productions of the 

HOME MILLS CEREAL CO., OF BOSTON. 

"CUSHING PROCESS." 

PURE LIQUORS. 

Indorsed by over 1,000 of the Best Physi- 
cians in New England. Druggists and Grocers 
have them. 

COMPANY'S OFFICES, 

212, 214, 210 High St., «fc 157 Broad St., BOSTON. 

MAVERICK OIL CO., 

Mtc/iners and Shippers of 

PETROLEUM, 

.Mud Dealers in 

Crude, Gas & Refined Oils, Pure Naphthas & Gasoline. 

Special Brands, — Maverick Standard and Centennial 160° Safety Burning Oil. 




Orders for Cambridge and vicinity delivered to the Trade In Barrels and TANK WAGONS. 
Ril'KMSSiDK sv.MTiO.V. Cor. eth and Potter St., E. L.I. TIB RIDGE. 

OFFICE, 61 1-2 BROAD STREET, BOSTON, 3IASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. H 



THOMAS DANA & CO., 

Wholesale Grocers, 

Importers of Agents for 

TEAS AND MOLASSES. American Mil Co/s Patent Flour. 

9 & 11 COMMERCIAL STREET, 

Thomas Dana. ~WZ> f~\ ^j P"T^ d^% "T^~ William II. Raymond. 

Chas. E. Raymond. -MZ>^T^ JL Vfll • William 0. Delano. 

EAYMOND & POX, 

RETAIL GROCERS, 

1?9 TBEMONT STREET, - - BOSTON. 

Knickerbocker Building, near Boylston St. 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. 

JYOf 'EMPTIES *Wn SPECIALTIES. 

Goods Delivered Daily in Cambridge & Somerville. 




BEACON Oil* CO., 

essors to Kidder, Vanghan # Co.) 
Manufacturers of 

"Beacon Light" and "Beacon" Brands" 

{Water White, High Test) (Standard) 

— OF- 

ILLUMINATING OIL 

Also, Gas Oil and Naphthas. 

No. 36 BROAJD ST., BOSTON. 

A. A. V AUG HAN, Treas. B. VAUGHAN, Pres. 



Durgin's Ice for Families & Stores. 

SEASOIT OIF 1 1886. 
PRICES AS LOW AS ANY OTHER DEALER. 



ORDER BOXES. 

E. LOCKE, North Cambridge. 
T. ST ONE,- North Cambridge. 
STEVENS BROS., West Somerville. 
STURTEVANT BROS., Union Square. 

h. n. tr w. *. nunGij%% 

23 & 25 ARLINGTON AVE., ARLINGTON. 




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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BERRY'S PAT 




FOR 

SWING HARNESS. 

Used for Fire Departments, Horse 
Railroads,Express Wagons, Hacks, 
Teams, etc., acknowledge to be 
superior to anything yet invented 
for strength, durability, quickness 
and simplicity. Can he made to fit 
any size collar perfectly. The 
Berry Patent Hames and Hangers 
are now used in ninety of the largest 
cities and towns of the United 
States and Canada, also in the 
United States Army. Write for 
Illustrated Catalogue and Prices to 

CHAS. E. BERRY 

72 Boylston Strett, 

CAMBRIDGE, MASS, 




RICE, KENDALL & CO., 

PAPER DEALERS, 

And Importers of 

MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS. 



Agents for the 



AND CRANE'S BOND PAPERS. 
Chromo, Lithographic and Superfine Papers. 

Sole JVete England vMgent§ for- the Sale of .1,1 I».#.V#..w. .V.* f»J£#.V.S> 

./.v#> ii.t.i i>n i i:< in i t >. 



91 FEDERAL, STREET, 



BOSTON, MASS. 



ADVERTISEJVIEOTS. 13 



DEAD ANIMALS. 

BEIGHtON ABATTOIE. 

warn issocutioi, 

MARKET ST., AND WESTERN AVE, BRIGHTON DIST. 




*1IjL, 



DEAD HORSES 



ats t i> 



CATTLE 



PROMPTLY AND WITHOUT EXPENSE. 




Old Family Horses, or any other Horses that the 

owners may desire to have disposed of will be 

quietly removed and Humanely Hilled. 



Orders sent to the BRIGHTON ABATTOIR, Brighton, either by Telegraph, 
Telephone or Mail, at the expense of the Association, will receive 
immediate attention. 

VJEJLJEM'MMO^E J\*0. 7420. 



NEATSFOOT OIL. 



STKICTLY PURE NEATSFOOT OIL 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



14 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. PORTER <fc CO., 

AGENTS 

aUINCY M. F. INSURANCE CO., 



Insurance effected in all First-Class Companies. 

NO. 27 STATE STREET, - - BOSTON, 3IASS. 

C. II. Porter, Residence Quincy, Mass, 

W. T. Butler, 10 Arlington St., Cambridge. 

JAMES M, ROBERTS & CQ„ 

."Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

New and Second- Hand Machinery Bought & Sold. 

Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers constantly on hand. Roberts' Self- 
Oiling Box, the best in the World. 
Best Oak-Tanned Belting. 

118 MERRIMAC STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

LIME AND CEMENT CONSTANTLY AFLOAT. 



TELEPHONE NO. 75T. 



ID. ROBY Sso CO., 

DEALERS IN 

Coal and Wood, F. O. Norton's Cement, Rosendale Cement, Portland 

Cement, Eastern Lime, Beach Sand, Plaster, Eastern Brick. 

Fire Brick, Drain Pipe, Kaolin, &c, &c. 

WHARF, 280 CAUSEWAY STREET, BOSTON. 

XT. CAEIi. 

VAN ALSTINE & HOWE, 

(Successors to DR. MARSH,) 

106 Tremont Street, Studio Building, Boston, 3Iass. 

Patent Radical Cure Trusses, 

AND RELIEF TRUSSES OF ALE KINDS. 

A Great Variety of Instruments for Physical Deformity. 

Silk Elastic Stockings Mmprored Shoulder Braces, 

Knee Caps, .Inklets and Belts, .ippliances for 

Toadies' .tbdotni ual Supporters, Cnrrature of the Spine. 

Crutches, Suspensory Bandages, Etc. ] Deformed Legs and Feet. 

S. M. VAN ALSTINE. B. V. HOWE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 15 

EDWARD BUENHAM, 

Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, 

AUCTIONEER EEAL ESTATE & INSUEANCE AGENT, 
623 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. 

MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES of Real Estate and Personal Property. 

JOHN C. WATSON, 

STOCK BROKER, 

No. 70 Devonshire Street, 

BOSTON, - - MASS. 

Massacbnsetts Mil Fire Ins. Co., 

28 State Street, Room No. 15, BOSTON. 

CASH CAPITAL, $200,000. 

Insurance of Dwellings & Household Furniture only, 

AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE OR LIGHTNING. 
CIS II DH*mV.XM>S TO policy hot^jdurs, 

CHAS. B. CUMINGS, President- JOHN M. COKBETT. Secretary. 

CRAB. W. SEVER, Agent, 464 Harvard Street, CAMBRIDGE. 

SOLEY, STEARNS & GAY, 

Stock L Bond Brokers, 

Private Wires to New York and Chicago. Commission Orders 
Executed in Markets. 

No. 68 Devonshire St., BOSTON. 



16 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

AMEE BROS., 

Blank Book Manufacturers, 



Booksellers & Newsdealers, 



A CHOICE EINE OF 




, Invitation Note, Letter Paper, 



Correspondence, Visiting and Playing Cards, 

Pocket Books, Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, 

Thermometers, Gold Pens and Pencils, 

Photograph and Autograph Albums, 



AND 



DAIRIES FOB 1886. 

Ink, Ink Stands, Sponge Cups, Paper Weights, Pa- 
per Cutters, Pens and JPen Holders, Stylographic 
Pens, Newspapers, Magazines, Seaside and 
Franklin Square libraries, and 



BLANK BOOKS OF ANY DESCRIPTION TO ORDER 

A SPECIALTY. 

ORDERS FOR SHEET MUSIC PROMPTLY FILLED. 

MONOGRAM, CARD AND CREST ENGRAVLW. 

No. 5 Harvard Square. 




1886 



THE 




CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY, 



CONTAINING 



A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE RESIDENTS, 
CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER, BUSINESS 
DIRECTORY, A MAP, STATE CENSUS, 
ETC., ETC. 

No. XXXV. 




W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 

COMPILERS, PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS, 

BOWDOIN BUILDING, NO 31 MILK STREET, BOSTON, 

5 HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. 




— for sale: _ry — 

AMEE BROS., 5 Harvard Square, CAMBRIDGE. 
EDGAR F- HUNT & CO., 575 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT 



PRICE, 



$2.50 



Entered according to Act of Congress 

in the year 1386, by W. A. Greenough 

& Co., in the Office of the Librarian of 

Congress at Washington. 




18 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TV. C LOMBARD, 

Mechanical Engineer, Solicitor of Patents, 

AND EXPERT IN PATENT SUITS. 

40 STATE STREET, UNION BLDG., KOOTI 41, BOSTON. 

HARTWELL & RICHARDSON, 

ARCHITECTS, 

68 Devonshire Street, Boston. 

Henry W. Hartwell. W. C. Richardson. 

VAN BRUNT & HOWE, 

Architects, 

NO, 40 DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON, 

M r. Van Brunt's Residence, 1 75 Brattle Street, 
CAMBRIDGE. 

rcTrv pianos, 

£ilJl£ll ORGANS, 

ILo>v Prices. Easy Installments. 

ESTEY ORGAN CO., 601 Washington St., Boston. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

PUBLISHED BY 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 

PEICE - - $2.50, 

NO. 31 MILK STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



Again we present our patrons and the public with a new edition of the 
Cambridge Directory, No. 35 of the regular series, for their use, and we 
trust their approval. 

The difficulty of compiling a city directory is seldom understood, and is 
not easily explained. Dependent as we are upon local patronage, it is an 
absolute necessity that we have the support of the entire business commu- 
nity, who derive the largest portion of benefit from such a work. 

The attention of persons using the directory is directed to the "improved 
method of printing the names," ditto marks being used to designate all after 
the first surname of each kind (excepting advertisers' names, which are 
printed in full). This method brings out the Christian names more promi- 
nently, and saves " time " in referring to any name. This improvement was 
suggested to us by several of our patrons in Cambridge, it having been in 
use previously in other city directories in the State. 

A city directory contains a great amount of information concerning the 
charitable, religious, public and private institutions of the city, which make 
it a valuable present record as well as an historical authority. 

Every person should have, at their business place or residence, or both, a 
directory of the city from time to time as published, not only as a daily con- 
renience, but as a valuable record of local history. 

Orders for our directories come to us from distant parts of this and foreign 
countries, showing that their circulation is not limited to the cities they 
represent. 

Americans visiting Europe will find our Directories on file at Messrs. 
Henry F. Gillig & Co.'s American Exchange and Reading Room, 449 Strand, 
Charing Cross, London, W. C, and 35 Boulevard des Capucines, Paris. 

Persons consulting the Directory are reminded of the "importance" of 
knowing the precise spelling of a name before looking for it, as names pro- 
nounced the same are often spelled quite differently, and appear on different 
pages. 

A directory of Harvard College, Professors and Students resident in Cam- 
bridge will be found on page 436. 

For the support we receive from the business men of Cambridge, as well 
as the citizens who do business in Boston, we are under many obligations ; 
also to the officers of the various societies and institutions for information 
furnished us we return our sincere thanks. 

The following shows the increase in names over last year : — 

Names in Directory, 1886 25,043 

1885 23,672 



Increase 1,371 

"We remain, very respectfully, 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 
Boston, Jan., 1886. Compilers, Printers and Publisher 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



R. BRACKET ROWE. 

Dealer in 

Ranges & Parlor Stoves, 

Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 

lined and repaired. Tin\and 

Copper Ware made to 

order. 

525 Main St., Cambridgeport. 

•411 Good* Warranted, and Sold for 
Cash or on Installment*. 




CAMBRIDGE COAL CO., 

Dealers in 

COAL AtfD WOOD 

168 MAIN STREET, (Bent's Wharf), 
Cambridgepokt, Mass. 

Geo. H. Bent, Supt. Telephone 7202. 



V.in. S Hurst, Treas. 



A. WHITING WATRISS, 



Tin and Sheet Iron Worker. 

Stove Linings and Grates. PARLOR, COOK STOVES 
AND FURNACES REPAIRED. 

House I^urnisliiiig- Goods. 
605 MAIN STREET, - - CAMBRIDGEPORT 



THOMAS SMITH, 

Horse Shoeing Establishment, 

No. 43(> Main Street. 
Opp. Austin St., Canib rid Report. 




Owners directions 
strictly followed. 

/I3P - The workmen 
are the most skillful 
in the country, and 
all work under the 




personal supervision of the subscriber. 

Suitable Treatment for Stumbling, Interfering, Over-reaching, C i. e*t shoe. 

Speed-Cutting, Corn*, Quarter-Crack, and oilier defects of the feet. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE, 

Abbreviations 55 

American Legion or Honor.. 417 

A. O. of F 418 

A. 0. U. W 418 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 418 

Banks 383, 468, 469, 470 

Bridges 52 

Business Directory 381 

Business Directory of Pat- 
rons in other Cities 26 

Calendar 41 

Cambridge Public Library.. 403 
Cambridge Water Board ... 400 

Cemeteries 51 

Census of Massachusetts... 471 

Churches • 406 

City Government 399 

College Buildings 51 

Corporations .... 412 

County Officers and Courts 455 

Episcopal Theo. School 451 

Fire Alarm 'Telegraph 402 

Fire Department 401 

General Directory 55 

Grand Army of the Republic 418 

Halls, Buildings, Etc 50 

Harugari 419 

Harvard College 432 

Harvard College Dirhctory 436 

Home Circle 419 

Index to Advertisements .... 23 

Insurance Companies 369 N 

Introductory 19 

Justices of the Peace 456 

Kindergarten Schools 408 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 420 

Knights of Honor 420 

Knights of Pythias 421 

Knights of the Golden Eagle 421 
Lechmere Protection Asso. . 420 
Map opp. title page 



PAGB. 

Masonic 414 

M. C. O. of Foresters 421 

Military Organizations 421 

Missions 411 

Mt. St. Joseph's Academy . . . 406 

National American Asso 421 

Notaries Public 397 E, 456 

Number of Families, Etc., in 

the United States 

Odd Fellows 416 

Order of Iron Hall 422 

Order of Iron Hall (Cor.). 422 
Order of Scottish Clans . . . 422 
Order of United Fellowship 422 
Order of United Friends... 422 

Police Department 401 

Post Offices . .... 451 

Public Schools 404 

Railroad Stations 455 

Royal Arcanum 423 

Savings Banks 397 N, 469 

Societies 426 

Society for the Collegiate 

Instruction of Women.... 450 

Sons of St. George... 423 

Special Delivery Offices . . . 454 
State Aggregate of Polls, 

Property, Etc 474 

St. Mary's Parochial School 406 
St. Thomas Aquinas College 406 
Streets, Courts. Avenues ... 43 
Temperance Organizations • • 423 

Third District Court 401 

United Order of Golden 

Cross 426 

United Order of Pilgrim 

Fathers . .... 425 

Ward Boundaries 52 

Wharves. 52 

Woman's State Relief Corps 419 



22 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



S A. WIN'S 

Cambridge & Boston Express, 

OFFICES IN BOSTON, 

34 Court Square, 174 Washington, 105 ( 
Arch, 75 Kilby and 76 Kingston St. 

OFFICE IN CAMBRIDGE, 

LYCEUM BLDG., HARVARD SQ. 

SAVAGE & SON, 

Cambridgeport and Boston Express, 

— OFFICES,— 

OOO Jflaiu Street, Cambridgeport. 
33, 34 and 36 Court Square, Bottom, 

174 Washington Street, " 

15 Devonshire Street, " 

lor. ,1irh S treet, *• 

75 Kilby Street, « 

§i?^=— ~ This Line Connects with all the Principal Expresses. 





VEL.EPUOJVE 7403. 



DRAPER, 
LEHIGH, 



LACKAWANJNA, 
SHAMOKIN, 
FRANKLIN, 



COAL. 



ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CANNEL, 



ALSO, 



Hard and Soft Wood. 

WHAEF, FOOT OF BOYLSTON ST, CAMBEmOE 

|y Orderg may be telephoned at my expense. 

CHARLES C. COBLEICH. 



INDEX. 



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Index to Cambridge Advertisements. 



PAGE 

Albee Sumner 502 

Alger Alpheus B. . . 502 

Alger Edwin A 502 

Amee Bros 16 

Applegate A. J 4 

Appleton John H 502 

Atkins Charles 476 

Bailey J. L. & Sons 476 

Balcom Arthur W 475 

Bay State Laundry 477 

Beane Enoch & Co. 54 

Berry Charles E 12 

Bird IL & Co 2 

Blair Lafayette G 503 

Blevins J. J front cover 

Boston Woven Hose Co 7 

Bowker E. F , 475 

Brock Bros 475 

Brown & Alger 502 

Buck W. H 476 

Buckley D. A 478 

Burditt & White 

foot lines general directory 

Burnham Edward 15 

Burnham L. G. & Co 3 

Byrne Charles 476 

Cambridge Box Co 4 

Cambridge Chronicle 479 

Cambridge Coal Co 20 

Cambridge Laundry 477 

Cambridge National Bank 468 

Cambridge News 478 

Cambridge Press 478 

Cambridge Rolling Mills. back cover 

Cambridge Savings Bank 469 

Cambridge Tribune 479 

Cambridgeport National Bank. . 470 

Campbell William & Co 480 

Charles River Iron Works 5 

Charles River National Bank... 468 

Clark & Crawford 8 

Cobleigh Charles C 

22 and front outside edge 

Cochrane Chemical Co 498 

Coleman Bros 480 

Comee Dennis F 477 

Coolidge & Caswell 477 

Coon J. H. & Co 6 

Cotter Richard 477 

Cox James 478 

Crocker J. W 475 

Curtis Albert W 484 

Cushman Bros. & Co 6 

Daily Crimson 492 

Davis Curtis & Co 40 

Davlin M. F. & Co 481 

Denison Arthur E 504 



PAGE 

Dickson William 502 

Dow, Davis & Co 40 

Dudley Sanford H 500 

Dugan & Rutherford 485 

Durant William B 503 

Durgin H. D. & W. S 11 

Elliott William & Co 482 

Feeley M. A 475 

Ferguson J. G 485 

Fillmore Wellington 482 

First National Bank 468 

Ford John & Son back cover 

Foss Benjamin D 483 

Fresh Bond Ice Co 492 

Gage D. W 6 

Gale George W front cover 

Gerry W. A 487 

Giddings Samuel 486 

Gill John 477 

Gilmore & Eustis back cover 

Gwynne & Co 4 

Hale Edwin B 500 

Hammond & Pope 500 

Hancock Charles E 481 

Hanks Charles S 500 

Hannum Leander M 488 

Harvey & Lane 483 

Hastings W. B. & Co 42 

Hatch W. C. &Co 

...... side lines general directory 

Hawkes Levi & Co 42 

Hayden Zebah 482 

Hayes William A., 2d 502 

Hazen D. M 8 

Hedin John A. & Co 483 

Helgert Frederick 488 

Heron William J 475 

Hersum J. R. & C. S 492 

Hill Fred A 483 

Holian Bros 7 

Hollis W. H. 

foot lines general directory 

Holmes J. A. & Co 54 

Holt W. B 487 

Holt & Bugbee 39 

Hopkins Albert B 483 

Hovey Charles M 493 

Howe Archibald M 501 

Howe & Putney 489 

Howland William B 479 

Hunnewell William A. & Co. .. 3 

Hunt Edgar F. & Co 199 

Hunt Freeman 504 

Hunt Samuel F 199 

Hunter Alexander 493 

Hyde Dana W. & Co 481 

James John K front cove 



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INDEX. 



PAGE 

Jones Arthur E 604 

Kellenberger G 487 

Kelley A. F. & Co 476 

Kelley Joseph J 491 

Kemp Lysauder & Sons 40 

Kendall Joshua 481 

Kendall & Roberts 5 

Kennedy F. A. Co back cover 

Knights S. R. & Co back cover 

Lalley Thomas G 489 

Lambert H. L 489 

Lamson John H 486 

Landerkin Llewellyn 487 

Leach H. W 506 

Lebert David (estate of) 486 

Lechmere National Bank 469 

Leverett George V 503 

Lewis D. W 4 

Litchfield H. E 487 

Lockhart William L 485 

Lombard Herbert E 492, 493 

Long John J 490 

Maitland James 509 

Malley Edward B 504 

Mansion House 491 

Marsden James 488 

Marshea James W 477 

Martin N. L 484 

Mason William A. & Son 242 

Maverick Oil Co 10 

McDonald Alexander 242 

McDonald F. H 491 

McDonald John & Sons 483 

McFarland Bros 42 

Mclntire Charles J 501 

McMaugh Barnerd 476 

McSorley Archibald 482 

Meharg Joseph 489 

Metcalf William S 227 

Moore C. A 9 

Moore Charles & Co 490 

Morrill & Allen 54 

Moulton C. W. H. & Co 491 

National City Bank of Cam- 
bridge 469 

New England Boiler Works ... 486 

Nichols Edward H 494 

Norris Albert & Co 482 

Notman James 200 

Oak Grove Farm Creamery 484 

O'Brien P. & Son 

foot lines general directory 

Olsson John F 485 

Osborn J. H 494 

Page George G. Box Co 5 

Paige & Gove 486 

Parker Horatio G 502 

Peak Howard F 6 

Pike Joel S 481 

Piper George F 503 

Pleasant Street Market 489 

Porter Linn B 479 

Pratt A. B 490 

Rawson Iron Works 54 



PAGK 

Rawson & Morrison 54 

Read Charles Coolidge 500 

Reilly John W 488 

Richardson & Bacon 494 

Richardson & Hale 500 

Ricker George F. & Co 199 

Rose W. E 483 

Ross & Crosbv 488 

Row Fred J. & Co 41 

Rowe R. Brackett 20 

Russell C. T. & T. H 501 

Sanger Chester F 503 

Sargent John W. C 494 

Savage John 482 

Savage & Co 369 

Savage & Son 22 

Sawin's Cambridge & Boston 

Express 22 

Sawyer Charles A front cover 

Sawyer E. D. & Co 484 

Sawyer Howard M 486 

Sawyer J. S front cover 

Schlittler Melchor 491 

Scranton H. A 481 

Shaughnessy Daniel B 490 

Sheaf e John C 484 

Shorey George L 477 

Smart D. C 42 

Smith Alexander S 493 

Smith George M 492 

Smith Thomas 20 

Squire John P. & Co 334 

Stacy Charles E 489 

Stafford John 493 

Standard Turning Works. back cover 

Stickney N. N 487 

Thorndike S. Lothrop 5§2 

Thurber J. H. & Co 486 

Thurston & Hall Biscuit Co 480 

Tracy M. F 482 

University Stable 4 

Valentine & Sails 484 

Watriss A. Whiting 20> 

Webster T. B 483 

Webster W. F 491 

Weitze Robert 490 

Wellington Austin C. Coal Co. 506 
Wellington Horatio & Co. front cover 
Wellington J. A. & Co. .back cover 

Wheeler William H 487 

White E. Y 

foot lines general directory 

White M. P 503 

Whitney Jos. A. P 369 

Whittemore Jos 370 

Wilder Cvrus D front cover 

Wilson L.'P 482 

Winnett J. & Co back cover 

Wood William H. & Co. .back cover 

Wright George G front cover 

Wyman J. P., Jr 503 

Wyzanski J 487 

Yates Albert & Co 369 

Young David 481 



INDEX. 



25 



Index to Boston Advertisements. 



PAGE 

Albee Sumner 502 

Alger Alpheus B 502 

Andrews Barker & Bunton 10 

Appleton John H 502 

Atwood David & Co 509 

Beacon Oil Co 11 

Black J. W. & Co 200 

Blair Lafayette G 503 

Bond J. Elliot... 8 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co 499 

Boston Woven Hose Co 7 

Bosworth George M. & Co 8 

Bride Wm. J 499 

Brighton Abattoir 13 

Brine & Norcross front cover 

Brown W. F. & Co 497 

Brown & Alger 502 

Buck Wm. H 476 

Burditt & Williams 

foot lines in general directory 

Burnham L. G. & Co 3 

Butcher Polish Co 507 

Butler, Dana & Dickson 502 

Butler Wm. P 14 

Cambridge Rolling Mills.. back cov. 

Carter Josiah H 504 

Charlestown Five Cents Savings 

Bank, Charlestown 470 

Chickering & Sons 333 

Citizens Mutual Insur nee Co. . 2 

Clapp David & Son 497 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa. . . .back cover 

Cochrane Chemical Co 498 

Coon J. H. & Co 6 

Corse Wm. A foot lines 

in business directory and 8 

Crosby S. S on map 

Curtis T. M. & Co 504 

Cushing Process Co. , The 10 

Cushman Bros. & Co 6 

Dana Thomas & Co. 11 

Davis Curtis & Co 40 

Denison Arthur E 504 

Dennison Mnfg. Co 495 

and back of book 

Devereaux & Lindsey 227 

Dow, Davis & Co 40 

Dow J. E 39 

Dudley Sanf ord H 500 

Dugan & Rutherford 485 

Durant Wm. B 503 

DurginH. D.&W. S., Arlington 11 

Dyer, Taylor & Co on map 

Estey Organ Co 18 



PAGS 

Fairbanks & Neale on map 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co 227 

Flinn & Co 200 

Foster Hiram T 496 

Fresh Pond Ice Co. , Somerville 492 

Frost & Adams 333 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer 508 

Gilmore & Eustis back cover 

Goldthwait Joel & Co. . . .back cover 

Gove Charles S. & Co 498 

Greenough W. A. & Co 3& 

Hall Charles E. & Co 39 

Hamlin E. S. & Co 3 

Hammond & Pope 50O 

Hartwell & Richardson 18 

Hastings W. B. & Co 42 

Hawkes Levi & Co 42: 

Hayes William A. 2d 502 

Holmes F. M 10 

Holt A. & Co 507 

Holt & Bugbee 39- 

Hovey C. M 493 

Howe Archibald M 501 

Howe & Putney 489 

Hunnewell Wm. A. & Co. 3 

Hunt Freeman 504 

Huntress E. S. Rev 457 

Jones Arthur E 504 

Knights S. R. & Co back cover 

Lamkin G. & Co 5 

Lamprell & Marble 9 

Leach H. W 506 

Leverett George V 503 

Lewis D. W 4 

Lombard N. C 18 

Martin James & Son 241 

Mass. Mutual Fire Ins. Co 15 

Maverick Oil Co 10 

McCormick James & Co 505 

Mclntire Charles J 501 

Moore C. A 9 

Morse Leopold & Co 228, 433 

Moseley T. E. & Co 508 

Mutual Protection Fire Ins. Co., 470 

North Charles H. & Co 509 

Notman James 200 

N. E. Machine Co 496 

Paine's Furniture Co., bottom 

edge and 9 

Parker Horatio G 502 

Piper George F 503 

Porter W. & Co 14 

Raymond & Fox 11 

Read Charles Coolidge 500 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



FA01 

Read William & Sons 498 

Rice, Kendall & Co 12 

Richardson ft Hale 500 

Roberts .James II. & Co 14 

Robinson Charles W 2 

Robinson ft Stephenson 497 

Roby 1). & Co 14 

Rockwell ft Churchill 496 

Russ W. 11 49G 

Russell C. T. &T. II 501 

Sanger Chester F 503 

Sarage & Co 369 

Savage & Son 22 

Sawin's Camb. and Boston Ex., 22 

Sawyer E. 1). & Co 484 

Sawyer Howard M 486 

Schaefer W. R. & Son 498 

Schaffer C 242 

Smart, (The) Richard Carpet 

Beating Co 39 

Smith B. F back cover 

Soley, Stearns & Gay 15 

Squire John P. & Co 334 

Standard Turning Works, .lack cov. 
Stewart S. A. & Co 5 



PAOl 

The Butcher Polish Co 507 

Thorndike S. Lotbrop 502 

Thurston & Hall Biscuit Co 480 

Towne II on map 

Turner N. W. & Co 199 

Van Alstine & Howe 14, 242 

Van Brunt & Howe 18 

Vaupel Louis H. W., agent.... 494 
Warren Institution for Savings. 470 
Washburn & Moen Bfnfg. Co. 434 

Watson John C 15 

Weitze Robert 490 

Wellington Austin C. Coal Co.. 506 

Wellington Horatio & Co 

front cover 
Wellington J. A. & Co. . .back cover 

Wells James A 502 

West End Ro fing Co 7 

Wbitcomb A. G 508 

White M. P 503 

Wbittemore Joseph 370 

Winnett J. & Co back cover 

Worcester A. & Sons 509 

Wright & Potter Printing Co. . . 497 
Wyman J. P. jr 503 



Business Directory of Patrons in Boston anil Vicinity. 



Ale, Porter, JEtc. 

Fairbanks & Neale, Howard, Boston 
(see map) 

-Gove Charles S. & Co., 30 Canal, 
Boston (see p. 498) 

JVIcCormick James & Co., 25 Cen- 
tral, Boston (see p. 50o) 



Ammunition . 

Head William & Sons, 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 498) 



Annunciators. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holder, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see p. 508) 



Architects. 

Hartwell & Richardson, 68 Devon- 
shire, Boston (see p. 18) 

Van Brunt & Howe, 60 Devonshire, 
Boston (see p. 18) 



Architects 9 Supiilies. 

Fr:st & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Art Decorations. 

Flinn & Co., 30 Hawley, Boston (see 
p. 200) 



Art Pottery. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Artesian Wells. 

Smith B. F., 266 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see back cover) 



Artists 9 Materials. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



27 



Auctioneers. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, 
Boston (see p. 504) 

Knights S. R. & Co., 226 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see back cover) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston 
(see back cover) 



Awnings. 

Laraprell & Marble, 357 Commer- 
cial, Boston (see p. 9) 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112 and 
114 Commercial, Boston (see page 
241) 



Bacon Curers. 

Howe & Putney, 28 F. H. Market* 

Boston (see p. 489) 
North Charles H. & Co., 33 and 34 

North Market, Boston (see p. 509) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21 to 25 F. H. 

Market, and 39 and 40 No. Market 

Boston (see p. 334) 



Bail Commissioner. 

Alger Alpheus B., 23 Court, Boston 
(see p. 502) 



Bakers. 

Thurston & Hall Biscuit Co. , 2 Chat- 
ham row, Boston (see p. 480) 



Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Bell Hangers. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see p. 508) 



Belting. 

N. E. Machine Co., 29 to 33 Haver- 
hill, Boston (see p. 496) 

Roberts James H. & Co., 118 Merri- 
mac, Boston (see p. 14) 



Bicycles and Tricycles. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 498) 



Boat Builders 9 Hard- 
ware. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 267 Fed- 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Boiler Mnfrs. 

Holt A. & Co., 38 Beach, Boston 

(see p. 507) 



Boiler Setter. 

Leach H. W., 39 Wendell, cor. Oli- 
ver, Boston (see p. 506) 



Boilers. 

Roberts James H. & Co., 118 Merri- 
mac, Boston (see p. 14) 



Bone {Prepared). 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, Boston (see p. 40) 



Bookbinders. 

Foster Hiram T., 25 Arch, Boston 

(see p. 496) 
Russ W. H., 4 Alden, Boston (see d. 

496) v * 



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BU8INE8S DIRECTORY OF PATRONS 



JBoots and Shoes. 

Lamkin G. & Co., 28 Tremont row, 
Boston (see p. 5) 

Moseley T. B. & Co., 4G9 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 508) 



Bottlers. 



214 



Cushing Process Co. (The), 

High, Boston (see p. 10) 
Fairbanks & Neale, Howard, Boston 

(see map) 
Gove Charles S. & Co., 30 Canal, 

Boston (see p. 498) 



Box Makers, 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Braziers 9 Bods. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor" 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Brewers. 

McCorraick James & Co., 25 Cen- 
tral, Boston (see p. 505) 



Broker (Beal Estate 
and Mortgage.) 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, 
Boston (see p. 504) 



Brokers (Stock). 

Soley, Stearns & Gay, 68 Devon- 
shire, Boston (see p. 15) 

Watson John C, 70 Devonshire, 
Boston (see p. 15) 



Broom Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnf^ Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Brown Bread Mixture 
"Ifome Mills." 

Holmes F. M., 42 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see p. 10) 



Brush Mnfrs. 

Worcester A. & Sons, 27 and 29 
Exchange, Boston (see p. 509) 



Builders and Con- 
tractors. 

Coon J. H. & Co., 17 Pemberton sq., 
Boston (see p. 6) 



Bungs. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Burglar Alarms. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see p. 508) 



Buttons, Trimmings, 
Etc. 

Brine & Norcross, 17 and 18 Tre- 
mont row, and 70 and 72 Tremont, 
Boston (see front cover) 



Card Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester. Mass. (see page 434) 



Carjyet Beating. 

The Richard Smart Carpet Beating 
Co., 6 Brighton av., Boston (see 
page 39) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS 



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Carpets. 

Bond J. Elliot, 173 Washington, 
Boston (see page 8) 

Goldthwaite Joel & Co., 169 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see back cover) 



Carriages. 

Stewart S. A. & Co., 118 and 120 
Sudbury, and 13 Green, Boston 
(see page 5) 



Ceiling Decorations. 

Robinson Charles W., 406 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 2) 



Cereals (Home Mills). 

Holmes E. M. , 42 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see p. 10) 



Chemical Manufactur- 
ers. 

Cochrane Chemical Co., 55 Kilby. 
Boston (see p. 498) 



Clothes Line Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnf g. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Clothing. 

Devereaux & Lindsey, 367 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 227) 

Morse Leopold & Co., Washington, 
cor. Brattle, Boston (see pages 
228 and 433) 



Clothing ( Wholesale) . 

Morse Leopold & Co., Washington, 
cor. Brattle, Boston (see pages 
228 and 433) 



Coal and Wood. 

Burnham L. G. & Co,, 132 Charles, 
East Chester Park and 13 Mt. 
Washington av., office, 75 State, 
Boston (see page 3) 

Hamlin E. S. & Co., 256 Federal, 
Boston (see page 3) 

Hunnewell Wm. A. & Co., 79 State, 
order box, 113 Devonshire, Boston 
(see page 3) 

Roby D. & Co., 280 Causeway, Bos- 
ton (see page 14) 

Wellington Austin Coal Co., 17 
Congress, and 438 Federal, Bos- 
ton (see p. 506) 

Wellington Horatio & Co., 11 Kilby, 
Boston (see front cover) 

Wellington J. A. & Co., 68 Water, 
Boston (see back cover) 



Colors (Artists 9 ). 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston. 
(see p. 333) 



Commissioners of 
Deeds. 

Albee Sumner, 30 Court, Boston 

(see p. 502) 
Brown & Alger, 23 Court, Boston 

see p. 502) 



Confectionery. 

Moore C. A., 37 Union, Boston (s 
page 9) 



Contractors. 

Coon J. H. & Co., 17 Pemberton sq. 
Boston (see p. 6) 

Leach H. W., 39 Wendell, cor. Oli- 
ver, Boston (see p. 506) 



Conveyancer. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5 
Boston (see p. 504) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Copper Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 434) 



Cordage (Manila and 
Wire). 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 267 Feder- 
al, Boston (s e p. 227) 



Corset Wire. 

Washburn & MoenMnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Corsets and Hoop 
Skirts. 

Brine & Norcross, 17 and 18 Tre- 
mont row, and 70 and 72 Tremont 
Boston (see front cover) 



Cotton (Absorbent). 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back of 
book and page 495) 



Cotton Duck. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commercial 

Boston (see p. 9) 
Martin James & Son, 110, 112, and 

114 Commercial, Boston (see p. 

241) 



Cotton, Rubber and 
Linen Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose Co. . 234 Devon- 
shire, Boston (see p. 7) 



Crinoline Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Ma»s. (see p. 434) 



Dead Animals Re- 
moved. 

Brighton Abattoir, Brighton (see p. 
13) 



Decorations {Ceiling). 

Corse W. A., 181 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see foot lines in business di- 



rectory) 



Decorative Art Goods. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Decorators 9 Materials. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Desks. 

Paine's Furniture Co., 48 Canal, 
Boston (see outside bottom edge, 
and page 9) 



Detectives. 

Curtis T. M. & Co., 27 Doane, rms. 
13 and 14, Boston (see p. 504) 



Diamonds. 

Foss Charles M.. 45 Winter, Boston 
(see map) 



Directory Publishers. 

Greenough W. A. & Co., 31 Milk, 
room 42, Boston (see p. 38) 



Dowels. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



31 



Lewis David W. 

(see p. 4) 



Drain Pipe. 

80 Water, Boston 



Draughtsman* 



Lombard N. C. 
(see p. 18) 



40 State, Boston 



Draughtsmen's Sup- 
plies. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Driven Wells. 

Smith B. F., 266 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see back cover) 



Druggists 9 Sundries. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con' 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Electric Bells. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see page 508) 



Electric Gas Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see p. 508) 



Electricians. 

Fnller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see p. 508) 



Electrotypers. 

Robinson & Stephenson, 91 Oliver, 
Boston (see page 497) 



Emery Wheels. 

New England Machine Co., 29 to 
33 Haverhilli Boston (see p. 496) 



Enamelled Goods. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Engineers 9 Supplies. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Engines. 



Roberts J. H. & Co., 118 Merrimac, 
Boston (see p. 14) 



Engravers. 

Robinson & Stephenson, 91 Oliver, 
Boston (see„p. 497) 



Expresses. 

Buck William H., 38 Broad and 155- 
Congress, Boston (see p. 476) 

Savage & Co., 40 Court sq. and 69 
Kilby, Boston (see p. 369) 

Savage & Son. 33, 34 and 36 Court 
sq. , 174 Washington, 15 Devon- 
shire, 105 Arch, 75 Kilby, Boston 
(see p. 22) 

Sawin Moses M., 34 Court sq., 174 
Washington, 75 Kilby, 105 Arch 
and 76 Kingston, Boston (see p. 
22) 



Fancy Goods. 

Brine & Norcross, 17 and 18 Tre- 
montrow, and 70 and 72 Tremont, 
Boston (see front cover) 



Feather Dusters. 

Worcester A. & Sons, 27 and 29 Ex- 
change, Boston (see p. 509) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Fence Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Fertilizers. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, Boston (see p. 40) 

North Charles H. & Co., 33 and 34 
North Market, Boston (see p. 509) 

Squire John P. & Co., stalls 21, 23 
and 25 F. H. Market, and 39 and 
40 North Market, Boston (see page 
334) 



Fire Brick. 

Lewis David W., 80 Water, Boston 
(see p. 4) 



Fire Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 234 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see p. 7) 



Fishing Hods and 
Tackle. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 4j) 



Flags. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commer- 
cial, Boston (see p. 9) 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112 and 
114 Commercial, Boston (see page 
241) 



Flooring (Parquet.) 

Butcher Charles, 171 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (see p. 507) 



Floor Polish. 

The Butcher Polish Co., 171 Tre- 
mont, Boston (see p. 507) 



Florist and Seedsman. 

II )vey C. M., 21 South Market, Bos- 
ton (see p. 493) 



Free Stone Workers. 

Dugan & Rutherford. :;.", Hawley, 
Boston, (see page 485) 



Flour. 

Holmes F. M., 42 Commercial, Boa- 
ton (see p. 10) 



Furniture. 

Paine's Furniture Co., 48 Canal, 
Boston (see outside bottom edge 
of hook, and page 9) 



Furniture Spring 
Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Furriers. 



40 



Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to 
Chauncy, Boston (see map) 

Schaffer Conrad, 14 Bromfield, Bos 
ton (see p. 242) 



Furs. 

Schaffer Conrad, 14 Bromfield, Bos- 
ton (see p. 242) 



Furs and Robes. 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to 40 
Chauncy, Boston (see map; 



Galvanized Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



33 



Garden Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 234 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see p. 7) 



Gas Fixtures. 

Turner N. W. & Co., 27 and 29 
Bromfield, Boston (see p. 199) 



Gas Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see p. 508) 



Gents 9 Furnishing 
Goods. 

Brine & Norcross, 17 and 18 Tre- 
mont row, and 70 and 72 Tremont, 
Boston (see front cover) 



Graham Flour. 

Holmes F. M., 42 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see p. 10) 



Grinders. 

New England Machine Co., 29 to 33 
Haverhill, Boston (see p. 496) 



Grocers. 

Andrews, Barker & Bunton, 5 and 7 
Commercial, Boston (see p. 10) 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa, 686 to 692 
Washington, and 3 Bowdoin sq., 
Boston (see back cover) 

Dana Thomas & Co., 9 and 11 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see p. 11) 

Raymond & Fox, 179 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (see p. 11) 



Guns. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 498) 

Schaefer W. R. & Son, 61 Elm, Bos- 
ton (see p. 498) 



Handles. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Hardware {Brass and 
Galvanized.) 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 267 Fed- 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Hardivare & Cutlery. 

Burditt & Williams, 20 Dock square, 
Boston (see foot lines in general 
directory) 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co.. 267 Fed- 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Hard Wood Lumber. 

Holt & Bugbee, 173 Friend, Boston 
(see p. 39) 



Harnesses. 

Stewart S. A. & Co., 118 and 120 
Sudbury, and 13 Green, Boston 
(see p. 5) 



Hats, Caps and Furs 

{Fur.) 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to 40 
Chauncy, Boston (see map) 

Schaffer Conrad, 14 Bromfield, Bos- 
ton (see p. 242) 



Hay Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Hay and Straw. 

Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles, 
and East Chester Park, office, 75 
State, Boston (see p. 3) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Hogs, live and 
Dressed. 

North Charles II. & Co., 33 and 34 
North Market, Boston (see p. 509) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 
F. H. Market and 39 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see p. 334) 



Horse and Cattle Food. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, Boston (see p. 40) 



Horse and Wagon 
Covers. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (^see p. 486) 



Hose Mnfrs. 

Boston "Woven Hose Co., 234 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see p. 7) 



Hosiery and Gloves. 

Brine & Norcross, 17 and 19 Tre- 
rnont row and 70 and 72 Tremont, 
Boston (see front cover) 



Hot Water Heating 
Apparatus. 

Holt A. & Co., 39 Beach, Boston 
(see page 507) 



lee. 

Dnrgin H. D. & W. S., Arlington 
av., Arlington (see p. 11) 

Fresh Pond Ice Co., Willow, Som- 
erville (see p. 492) 



Instruments (Mechan- 
ical and Architects.) 



Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, 
(see p. 333) 



Boston 



Inst i ranee Agents. 

Carter Josiah II.. 81 State room ~>, 

Boston ( Bee p. 504 
Hastings w. I>. & Co., 7 Exchange 

pi., Boston fsec p. 42 
Porter W. & Co., 27 State, Boston 

(see p. 14) 
Whittemore Joseph, 42 Congress, 

Boston (see p. 370) 
Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boa- 

ton (see back cover) 



Insurance Companies. 

Citizens Mutual Insurance Co., 8 
Exchange pi., Boston (see p. 2) 

Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance ^'o., 28 State, Boston (see 
15) 

Mutual Protection Fire Insurance 
Co., x Thompson sq., Charlestown 
(see p. 470) 



Iron Wire. 

Washbnrn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Iron and Steel. 

Cambridge Polling Mill, 70 Kilby, 
Boston (see back cover) 



Iron and Wood Work- 
ing Tools. 

New England Machine Co., 29 to 33 
Haverhill, Boston (see p. 496) 



It a Han A iv nin gs . 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commercial 

Boston (see p.' 9) 
Martin James & Son, 110. 112 and 

114 Commercial, Boston (see page 

241) 



Ivory Turning. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OE PATRONS. 



35 



Jeweler. 

Foss Charles M., 45 Winter, Boston 
(see map) 



Jewelers 9 and Drug- 
gists 9 Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Eranklin, Boston (see back of 
book and p. 495) 



Justices of the JPeace. 

Appleton John H., 23 Court, Boston 

(see p. 502) 
Hunt Freeman, 10 Tremont, room 

51, Boston (see p. 504) 
Sanger Chester F., 23 Court, room 

16, Boston (ses p. 503) 
Wyman J. P. jr., 30 Court, Boston, 

^see p. 503) 



Lard Oil. 

North Charles H. & Co., 33 and 34 
North Market, Boston (see p. 509) 

Squire John P. & Co , 21, 23 and 25 
F. H. market and 39 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see p. 334> 



Larvyers. 



Boston 



23 Court, Boston 
23 Court, Boston 
23 Court, Boston 
,34 School, room 



Albee Sumner, 30 Court 

(see p. 502) 
Alger Alpheus B.. 

(see p. 502) 
Alger EdAvin A., 

(see p. 502) 
Appleton John H. 

(see p. 502) 
B'air Lafayette G 

49, Boston (see p. 503) 
Brown & Alger, 23 Court, Boston 

(3 3e p. 502) 
Butler, Dana & Dickson, 34 School, 

Boston (see p. 502) 
Denison Arthur E., 150 Devonshire. 

Boston (see p. 504) 
Dudley Sanford H., 95 Milk, Boston 

(see p. 500) 
Durant William,. B.v, >19 Congress, 

Boston (see p. 503) ' 
Hale E. B., 209 Washington, Boston 

(see p. 500) 



Hammond & Pope, 27 Tremont row, 
Boston (see p. 500) 

Hanks Charles S., 209 Washington, 
room 39, Boston (see p. 50.) 

Hayes Wm. A. 2d, 58 Sears' build- 
ing, Boston (see p. 502) 

Howe Archibald M. , 25 Congress, 
Boston (see p. 501) 

Hunt Freeman, 10 Tremont, room 51 
Boston (see p. 504) 

Jones Arthur E., 60 Devonshire, 
Boston (see p. 504) 

Leverett George V., 47 Devonshire, 
Boston (see p. 503) 

Mclntire Charles J., 75 State, Bos- 
ton (see p. 501) 

Parker Horatio G., 44 Sears' build- 
ing, Boston (see p. 502) 

Piper George F., 48 Congress, Bos- 
ton (see p. 503) 

Read Charles Coolidge, 27 State, 
Boston (see p. 500) 

Richardson & Hale, 209 Washington 
Boston (see p. 500) 

Russell C. T. & T. H., 27 State, 
Boston (see p. 501) 

Sanger Chester F., 23 Court, Boston 
(see p. 503) 

Thorndike S. Lothrop, 2 Pemberton 
sq. , Boston (see p. 502) 

White M. P., 47 Devonshire, Boston 
(see p. 503) 

Wyman J. P. jr., 30 Court. Boston 
(see p. 503) 



Lead JPipe and Sheet 
Lead. 

Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., 
Wm. J. Bride, treas., 162 Con- 
gress, Boston (see p. 499) 



Lead Wire and Lead 
Window Weights. 

Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., 
Win.. J.. Bride, treas., 162 Con- 
gress, Boston (see p.' 499) 



Lime, Hair & Cement. 

Bumham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles, 

and East Chester Park, office 75 

State, Boston v see'p. 3) 
Wellington Austin C. Coal Co., 438 

Federal, and 17 Congress, Boston 

(see p. 506) 



36 



business directory of patrons. 



Liquors. 

The Gushing Process Co., 214 High, 
Boston (see p. 10) 



Lumber. 

Holt & Bugbee, 173 Friend, Boston 
(see p. 39) 

Sawyer E. P. & Co., 104 Devon- 
shire, Boston (see p. 484) 



Machinery. 

New England Machine Co., 29 to 33 
Haverhill, Boston (see p. 496) 

Roberts Jumes H. & Co., 118 Merri- 
mac, Boston (see p. 14) 



Machinery Mnfrs. 

New England Machine Co., 29 to 33 
Haverhill, Boston (see p. 496) 



Machinery Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnf g. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Mnfg. Companies. 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 234 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see p. 7) 

Cochrane Chemical Co., 55 Kilby, 
Boston (see p. 498) 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Marble Works. 

Hall Charles E. & Co., fJ9 Charles- 
town, and 101 Haverhill, Boston 
(see p. 39) 



Marine Hardware. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co.. 267 Fed- 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Market Wire. 

Washburn & Moon Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 4.", I 



Masons and Builders. 

Coon J. H. & Co., 17 Pemberton 

sq., Boston (see p. (>) 
Leach H. W., 39 Wendell, corner 

Oliver, Boston (see p. 506) 



Mechanical Engineer. 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston 
(see p! 18) 



Mechanical Instru- 
ments. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Merchandise Tags an I 
Labels. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back of 
book, and p. 495) 



Merchant Tailors. 

Devereaux & Lindsey, 367 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 227) 



Mineral Water* 

Fairbanks & Neale, Howard, Boston 

(see map) 
Gove Charles S. & Co., 30 Canal, 

Boston (see p. 498) 



Mortgage Broker. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, Boston 
(see p. 504) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS 



37 



Mouldings (Boom). 

Corse W. A., 181 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see foot lines in business 
directory) 



Music Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Musical Instruments. 

Estey Organ Co., 601 Washington, 
Boston (see p. 18) 



Musical Merchandise. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Nails {Cut and Boat, 
Bed and Galvanized). 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 267 Fed- 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Naphtha and Gas Oil. 

Beacon Oil Co., 26 Broad, Boston 
(see p. 11) 



Neats Foot Oil. 

Brighton Abattoir, Brighton, Mass. 
(see p. 13) 



Needle Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Notaries JPublic. 

Appleton John H., 23 Court, room 
93, Boston (see p. 502) 



Dickson William, 34 School, Boston 

(see p. 502) 
Howe Archibald M., 25 Congress, 

Boston (see p. 501) 
Read Charles Coolidge, 27 State, 

Boston (see p. 500) 
Sanger Chester F., 23 Court, Boston 

(see p. 503) 
Wells James A., 2 Pemberton sq., 

Boston (see p. 502) 
White M. P., 47 Devonshire, Boston 

(see p. 503) 
Wyman J. P. , Jr. , 30 Court, Boston 

(see p. 503) 



Oars. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 267 Fed- 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Office Furniture. 

Paine's Furniture Co., 48 Canal, 
Boston (see outside bottom edge, 
and page 9) 



Oil. 

Brighton Abattoir, Brighton, Mass. 
(see p. 13) 



Oil Clothing Mn/r. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see p. 486) 



Oiled Hats. 

Sawyer Howard M. , 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see p. 486) 



Oils (Illuminating). 

Beacon Oil Co., 26 Broad, Boston 

(see p. 11) 
Maverick Oil Co., 61^ Broad, Boston 

(see p. 10) 



Oils (Kerosene and 
Lubricating) . 

Beacon Oil Co., 26 Broad, Boston 

(see p. 11) 
Maverick Oil Co., 6l£ Broad, Boston 

(see p. 10; 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY of PATRONS. 



Optical Hoods. 

Van AUtine & Howe. L06 Treinont. 
I'»o>ton | sec pp. I I and 242 



Opticians. 

Van Alstine & Howe. 106 Treinont, 

Boston (see pp. 14 and 242) 



Organ Stop Mnfrs. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Organs. 

Estey Organ Co., 601 Washington, 
Boston (see page 18) 



Oysters. 

Atwood David & Co., 32 F. H. sq. 
square, Boston (see p. 509) 



Painting. 

Corse W. A.., 181 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see foot lines in business 
directory and p. 8) 



Paints, Oil and Glass. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 267 Feder- 
al, Boston (see p. 227) 



Paper Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back of 
book and page 495) 



Paper Dealers* 



Rice. Kendall & Co. 
Boston (see p. 12) 



91 Federal. 



Paper Hangings. 

Bond .1. Elliot, 17:; Washington, 

Boston ( Bee pag 
Corse Win. A., 181 Washington, 

Boston (see foot lino in business 
directory and p 

Robinson Charles W.. 406 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 2; 



Parlor 'Furniture. 

Paine's Furniture Co., 48 Canal, 
Boston (see outside bottom edge 
and page 9) 



Parquet Flooring. 

Butcher Charles, 171 Treinont, Bos- 
ton (see page 507) 



Patents. 

{Expert in Patent Causes.) 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston 
(see p. 18) 



Patents {Solicitors). 

Lombard N. C. 40 State, Boston 
(see p. 18) 



PJtotograph ers. 

Black J. W. & Co., 333 Washington 

Boston (see p. 200) 
Notman James, 99Boylston, Boston 

(see p. 200) 



Pi a no 3Ii ifrs . 

Chickering & Sons, 152 Tremont 
Boston (factorv 791 do.) (see p 
333) 



Piano Materials. 

(WOOD). 

Standard Turning Works. 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OE PATRONS. 



37-b 



Pianos. 

Checkering & Sons, 152 . Tremont, 
Boston (factory 791 do.) (see p. 
333) 

Estey Organ Co., 601 Washington, 
Boston (see p. 18) 



Elinn & 
(see p 



Pict ure Frame's . 

30 Hawley, Boston 



Co., 

200) 



Pistols. 



Read William & Sons 
ington, Boston (see p. 

Schaefer W. R. & Son, 
Boston (see p. 498) 



107 AVash- 
498) 

61 Elm. 



Plumbers. 

50 Howard. 



Hawkes Levi & Co 
Boston (see p. 42) 



Polishing Potvder (Sil- 
ver White). 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin. Boston (see back of 
book and page 495) 



Po rkj L ard and Ham s . 

North Charles H. & Co. , 33 and 34 

North Market, Boston (see page 

509) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 

F. H. market, 39 N. Market, B. 

(see p. 334) 
Vaupel Louis H. W. , agent, 33 North , 

Boston (see p. 494) 



Pork Packers. 

North Charles H. & Co., 33 and 34 
North Market, Boston (see p. 509) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 
F. H. market and 39 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see p. 334) 

Vaupel Louis H. W., agt. 33 North, 
Boston (see p. 494) 



Poultry Supplies. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, Boston (see page 40) • ,,,, 



Printers. 

Brown W. F. & Co., 218 Franklin, 

Boston (see p. 497) 
Clapp Davi & Son, 35 Bedford, 

Boston (^see p. 497) 
Robinson & Stephenson, 91 Oliver, 

Boston (see p. 497) 
RockAvell & Churchill, 39 \ Arch, 

B. (see page 496) 
Wright & Potter Printing Co.. 18 

Post-office sq., B. (see p. 497) 



Produce. 

Holmes F. M., 42 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see page 10) 



Provisions. 

North Charles H. & Co., 33 and 34 
No. Market, Boston (see p. 509) \ 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 
Faneuil Hall market and 39 North 
Market, Boston (see p. 334) 

Vaupel Louis H. W., agent, 33 
North, Boston (see p. 494) 



Publishers. 

Greenough W. A. & Co., 31 Milk, 
room 42, Boston (see p. 499) 



Pumps ( Copper & Iron) 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., William J. 
Bride, treas., 162 Congress, B. 
(see page 499) 



Radiators. 

Holt A. & Co., 38 Beach, Boston 

(see p. 507; 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Ileal JEstate and Mort- 
gages. 

Carter Josiah II., 31 State, room 5, 
Boston (see p. 504) 

Knights S. R. & Co., 226 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see back cover) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (see back cover) 



Rectifiers. 

The Cushing Process Co., 214 High, 
Boston (see p. 10) 



Med Lead & Litharge. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., William J. 
Bride, treasurer, 162 Congress, 
Boston (see p. 499) 



Rivet Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Robes and Blankets. 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to 40 
Chauncy, Boston (see map) 



Rolling Mills. 

Cambridge Rolling Mills, 70 Kilby, 
Boston (see back cover) 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Roofers. 

West End Roofing Co., 232 Cam- 
bridge, and 10 Canal. Boston (see 
page 7) 



Round Iron. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Rubber Goods. 

Beaton Woven Hose Co. , 234 Deron- 
shire, Boston (see p. 7) 



Sausage Manufacturer 

Weitze Robert, 137 Eliot, Boston, 
(«.ee page 490) 



Savings Banks. 

Charlestown Five Cents Savings 
Bank, Thompson sq., Charlestown 
(see p. 470) 

Warren Institution for Savings, 25 
Main, Charlestown (see p. 470) 



School Furniture. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fulton, Boston 
(see p. 508) 



Settees. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fulton, Boston 
(see p. 508) 



Shade Rollers. 

Cushman Bros. & Co., 82 to 86 HaW- 
ley, Boston (see p. 6) 



Shafting, Hangers and 
Pulleys. 

N. E. Machine Co., 29 to 33 Haver- 
hill, Boston (see p. 496) 

Roberts James H. & Co., 118 Merri- 
mac, Boston (see p. 14) 



Ship Builders 9 
Supplies. 



Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 2G7 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Fed- 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



37.D 



Ship Chandlers. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co., 267 Fed- 
eral, Boston (see p. 227) 



Shipping and Mer- 
chandise Tags* 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back of 
book, and page 495) 



Slaters. 

West End Roofing Co., 232 Cam- 
bridge, and 10 Canal, Boston (see 
p. 7) 



Small Wares. 

Brine & Norcross, 17 and 18 Tre- 
mont row, and 70 and 72 Tremont, 
Boston (see front cover) 



Soap Manufacturers. 

Davis Curtis & Co., 136 State, Bos- 
ton (see p. 40) 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, Boston (see p. 40) 



Solder. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co. , William J. 
Bride, treas., 162 Congress, Boston 
(see p. 499) 



Speaking Tubes. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see p. 508) 



Sporting Apparatus. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 498) 



Spring Wire* 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor» 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Stationers 9 Specialties. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back of 
book, and page 495) 



Steam Engines and 
Boilers. 

N. E. Machine Co., 29 to 33 Haver- 
hill, Boston (see p. 496) 

Roberts James H. & Co., 118 Merri- 
mac, Boston (s:e p. 14) 



Steam Heating. 

Holt A. & Co., 38 Beach, Boston 
(see p. 507) 



Steam Pumps, Boilers, 
Etc. 

N. E. Machine Co., 29 to 33 Haver- 
hill, Boston (see p. 496) 



Steel Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Steel Drill Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Steel Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Stone Wire* 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



37-.: 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Straw Goods. 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to 40 
Chauncy, Boston (see map) 



Surgical Goods. 

Van Alstine & Howe, 10G Tremont. 
Boston (see pp 14 and 242) 



Tags. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co.. 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back of 
book, and page 495) 



Tailors. 

Devereaux & Lindsey, 867 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 227) 

Morse Leopold & Co., Washington, 
cor. Brattle, Boston (see pp. 228 
and 433) 



Tallow and Grease. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham. Boston (see p. 40) 



Targets for Hifle 
Practice. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back <-f 
book, and p. 495) 



■Telegraph and Tele- 
phone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 434) 



Tents and Flags. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commer- 
cial, Boston (see p. 9) 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112 and 
114 Commercial, Boston (see page 
241) 



Tinned Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester. Mas.-, (sec p, -134) 



Tissue Papers. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 26 and 28 
Franklin, Boston (see back of 
book and page 495) 



Tools. 

(CRAYON, SCULPTORS' ETCH- 
ERS' ETC. 

Frost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see p. 333) 



Toys. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress. Boston (see back cover) 



Trusses. 

Van Alstine & Howe, 106 Tremont, 
Boston (see pp. 144 and 242) 



Turning and Jig Saiv- 
ing. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover 



Underwear, Laces, Etc. 

Brine & Norcross, 17 and IS Tre~ 
mont row and 70 and 72 Tremont 
row, Boston (see front cover) 



Upholsterers 9 Hard- 
ware. 

Cushman Bros. & Co., 82 to SG 
Hawley, Boston (see p. 6) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OE PATRONS. 



37-f 



Upholstery Goods. 

Corse Wm. A., 181 Washington, 
Boston (see foot lines in business 
directory and page 8) 

Paine's Furnitnre Co., 48 Canal, 
Boston (see outside bottom edge 
and page 9) 



Wagon Covers. 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112 and 
114 Commercial, Boston (see p. 
241) 



Watches. 

Crosby S. S., 45 Winter, Boston 

(see map) 
Towne H. , 45 Winter, Boston (see 

map) 



Watch Springs. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 434) 



Water Proof Clothing 
and Hats. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see p. 486) 



Wax (Artists. 1 ) 

Erost & Adams, 37 Cornhill, Boston 
(see page 333) 



Weaving Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p, 434) 



White Lead and Zinc. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., Wm. J. 
Bride, treas., 161 Congress, Bos- 
ton (see page 499) 



Windoiv Shddes and 
Curtain Fixtures. 

Bond J. Elliott, 173 Washington 
Boston (see p. 8) 

Corse Wm. A., 181 Washington, 
Boston (see foot lines in business 
directory and p. 8) 

Cushman Bros. & Co., 82 to 86 Haw- 
ley,' Boston (see page 6) 



Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. 
cester, Mass. (see p. 224) 



Wor- 



Wire Mope. 

Washburn &, Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (^see p. 434) 



Wood. 

Roby D. & Co., 280 Causeway, Bos- 
ton (see p. 14) 



Wood and Ivory 
Turning. 

Standard Turning Works, 25 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 



Yacht Trimmings. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. , 267 Feder- 
al, Boston (see p. 227) 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



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STEEETS, COUETS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Streets in ward 1 are in Cambridge (proper), wards 2 and 4 Cambridgeport, 
ward 3 East Cambridge, ward 5 North Cambiidge. 



Acacia, from 13 Ash to 5 Hawthorn, wd.' 1 
Acorn, from Putnam av. to Chestnut, wd. 4 
Adams, from Concord av., opp. Wellington, 

to Washington at Belmont line, ward 1 

Albany, from Main, west of R. R. to Fort 

Washington, ward 4 [4 

Albro, from Western av. to Blackstone, wd. 

Allen, from 178 North av. to 8 Orchard, 

ward 5 
Allston, from 114 Magazine, east, to Wav- 

erly, Fort Washington, ward 4 
Allston ct., from 100 Allston, south, wd. 4 
Amory, from 329 Broadway to 190 Hamp- 
shire, ward 2 
Amory place, fr )m 11 Amory, west, wd. 2 
Andrew, from 42 Fairmont to Somerset, 

ward 4 
Antrim, from 353 Broadway to 536 Camb., 
Inman sq., ward 2 [wd. 1 

Appian-way, from 63 Brattle to 3 Garden, 
Appletoh. from 153 Brattle to Concord av., 
ward 1 [wd. 5 

Arlington, from 131 North av. to Wash. av. 
Arrow, from 866 Main to 13 Bow, ward 1 
Arsenal sq., junc. of Garden, Concord av., 

and Chauncy, ward 1 
Ash, from 84 Brattle, south, to Old Gas 

Works, ward 1 
Ash st. place, from 12 Ash, east, wd. 1 
Ashburton place, from 26 Essex, east, wd. 2 
Athens, from 22 Mt. Auburn, south, wd. 1 
Auburn, from 20 Western av. to Sidney, 

ward 4 
Auburn place, from Mt. Auburn, n. R. R. 
bridge, north, ward 1 [and 2 

Austin, from 439 Main to 10 Inman, wds. 4 
Austin place, from 86 Austin, south, wd. 2 
Avon, from 25 Shepard to 40 Linnaean, 
ward 5 [bert av., wd. 5 

Avon Hill st., from 40 Linnaean to Lam- 
Avon place, from Avon Hill, n. Linnaean, 

east, ward 5 
Bacon court, from 125 Gore, wd.3 
Bailey place, from 118 Magazine, ward 4 
Baldwin, from 661 Camb. to 78 Kirkland, 
ward 1 [wd. 1 

Baldwin st. court, from 26 Bal win, east, 
Baldwin place, from 97 Main, north, wd. 2 



Ballord place, from 94 Putnam av,. east, 

ward 4 
Banks, from 10 Mt. Auburn to Sands, wd. 1 
Bath, from 158 Mt. Auburn, south, wd. 1 
Bay, from 776 Main to 288 Kinnaird, wd. 4 
Beacon (Somerville), continuation of 

Hampshire to Oxford, wds. 2 and 5 
Beaver, from 10 Cowperthwaite to 19 Flagg 

ward 1 
Beck park, Harvard junc, Main, wd. 1 
Bedford, from 13 Porter to Somerville line, 
ward 2 [line, wd. 5 

Beech, from 190 North av. to Somerville 
Bell, from 17 Allston, ward 4 
Bellevue ave., from 87 Raymond, south of 
Lambert av. to east of Avon Hill street, 
ward 5 
Belmont, from Mount Auburn, at railroad 

bridge, to Belmont line, ward 1 
Bennett, from junction Murray and Eliot, 

west, ward 1 
Bent, from 133 Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Berkeley, from 9 Phillips place to 8 Crai- 

gie, ward 1 
Berkshire, from Bristol, north, ward 2 
Berkshire place, from Berkshire to Port- 
land, ward 2 [wd. 2 
Bigelow, from 693 Main to 282 Harvard, 
Binney, from Third to Ninth, wd. 3 
Binney Field, Cambridge, between Winsor 

and B. & A. R. R. crossing, wd. 2 
Blackstone, from 129 River to Western av., 

ward 4 
Blair place, from 72 Bolton, ward 5 
Blake, from 204 North av., wd. 5 
Blanche, from 16 Front, south, ward 4 
Boardman, from 183 Harvard to 254 Broad- 
way, ward 2 
Boardman place, from 13 Boardman, wd. 2 
Bolton, from 111 Dublin to beyond 131 
Dublin, ward 5 [wd. 1 

Bond, from 43 Concord av. to 58 Garden, 
Bow, from 902 Main to 59 Mt. Auburn, 
ward 1 [5 

Bowdoin, from Hudson to 24 Linnaean, wd. 
Boylston, from 9 Harvard sq. to Brighton 

bridge, Brighton line, ward 1 
Boyson place from 15 Valentine, ward 4 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUE8, ETC. 



Bracketl place, from 146 North avenue to 

Railroad, ward 5 
Brattle, from 9 Harvard square to Mount 

Auiuini. at Fresh Pond lane, wd. l 
Brattle square, from 84 Brattle to 99 Mt. 

Auburn, wd. 1 [1 

Brewer, Prom 146 Mt. Auburn, .south, wd. 
Brewery, from 166 Broadway to Main, 

wards 2 and I 
Brewster place, from 61 Sparks, wd. 1 
Bridge, from Craigie'a bridge, E. C, to 

Somerville line, ward.') [ wd. 2 

Brimmer place, from Brewery to Munson, 
Bristol, from 17 Market to Portland, wd. 2 
Broadway, 'rom 99 Main. wd. 2, to Camb., 

at the college grounds, wds. 2 and 1 
Broadway park, June. Broadway, Norfolk, 
and Prospect ward 2 [river, wd. 4 

Brookline, from 520 Main to the Charles 
Brooks, from 3G1 Main to34 School, wd. 4 
Brooks place, from Moore to Clark, wd. 4 
Brown, from 124 Brattle to 13 Foster, wd. 1 
Buckingham, from 25 Craigie to 54 Con- 
cord av., wd. 1 
Burns ct., from Foster, opp. Brown, wd. 1 
Butler court, from 10 Charles riv r er, wd. 1 
Cambridge Common, Garden, Waterhouse, 

North av. a\ ard 1 
Cambridge, from 96 Bridge to Holmes pi., 

wards 3 and 1 
Camden place, from 245 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1 
Cameron, from North avenue, near C. M. 
R. R. crossing, north, to Somerville line, 
ward 5 
Camp, from John to Lerned, wd. 5 
Ca-son. from 180 Gore to 239 Camb., wd. 3 
Carver, from 70 Sacramento to Hammond, 
ward 1 [wd. 5 

Cedar, from 339 North av. to 59 Spruce, 
Cedar square, from 37 Cedar, west, to Dud- 
ley, ward 5 [ward 4 
Central place, from 21 Western av., north, 
Central square, junction Main, River, Mag- 
azine streets, and Western av., wd. 4 
Centre, from 85 Hancock to 8 Dana, wd. 2 
Channing, from 108 Brattle to Mt. Auburn, 

opp. the H s >ital, ward 2 
Chapman place, from 13 Gerry to 14 Brew- 
ster, ward 1 [Ninth, ward 3 
Charles, from 121 Third, east and west to 
Charles River, from 52 Mt. Aubur . to 1 1 
Dy ke, ward 1 [wd. 2 
Chatham, from 145 Hancock to 36 Dana. 
Chauncy, from 31 North av. to 15 Concord 
avenue, ward 1 [wds. 4 and 2 
Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard. 
Cherry court, from 22 Cherry, east, wd. 4 
Chester, from 2G0 North av., east, to Som- 
erville line, Avd. 5 [wd. 4 
Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Waverly, 
Chestnut park, from 23 to 31 Charles, run- 
ning north, wd. 3 [wd. 1 
Church, from 13 Harvard row to 45 Brattle. 
Church place, from U8 Camb., south, wd. 3 



Clarendon avenue, from 372 North av. to 

Somerville line, wd. 5 

Clark, from 887 Main to 20 Webster av., 

north, n aids 1 and 2 
Clary, from Prospect, south of Houghton, 

west. S anl 2 
Clay, from !>:> Spruce to In Harvey, wd. 5 
Clifton, from 117 Sprue*- to CI Harvey, 
ward 5 [wd. 2 

Clinton, from 709 Main to 290 Harvard. 
Cogswell av., from 2.17 North avenue to 

Fitchburg railroad, wd. 6] 
Cogswell place, from 11 Mead to Cogswell 

avenue, ward 5 
Columbia, from 473 Main to Somerville 

line, wards 4 and 2 
Columbus av., from North av.. n. Arlington 

line, to Kimball, ward 5 
Common, from 66 Norfolk to Elm, wd. 2 
Concord av., from 3 Waterhouse to Wel- 
lington and Adams, Belmont line, wards 
1 and 5 
Conlon's court, from 152 Third, ea>t, wd 3 
Coolidgeav., from Mt. Auburn St. to Mt. 
Auburn cemetery to Camb. cemetery, at 
Watertown line, wd. 1 
Corliss place, from 13 Antrim, ward 2 
Cottage, from 103 Pearl to 44 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Cottage court, from 8 Cottage, south, wd. 4 
Cowperthwaite, from 25 Banks to 38 De- 
Wolf, ward 1 [tie, wd. 1 
Craigie. from 28 Concord a v. to 141 Brat - 
Creighton, from North av., n. Walden to 
Richdale av., wd. 5 [wd. 6 
Crescent, from !>G Oxford to Gl Sacramento, 
Crescent av., from 30 Walden to Raymond, 

ward 5 
Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol, wd. 2 
Curve place, from 57 Kirk land, north, wd. 1 
Cushing, from Belmont, beyond railroad 

bridge, to Belmont line, ward 1 

Cushing's court, from Cushing, at residence 

of John Clark, wd. 1 [wd. 3 

Dailey's alley, from 47 Cambridge to Gore, 

Dana, from 787 Main to G34 Cambridge, 

wards 1 and 2 
Dana square, Magazine, from Lawrence to 

Lake and Niagara, ward 4 
Davenport, from Elm to Orchard, n. Som- 
erville line, south, wd. 5 [wd. 2 
Davis, from 125 Harvard to 42 Hampshire, 
Day, from 274 North av. to Somerville line, 

ward 5 
Dave ct. , from 10 Blackstone. west. wd. 4 
Deacon, from 180 Main to foot of Pioneer, 

ward 2 
Decatur, fr. 81 Brookline to 136 Pearl, wd. 4 
Decatur court, from 14 Decatur, south, 
ward 4 [wd. 2 

Derby lane, from 362 Bro dway to West, 
DeWolf. from 38 Mt. Auburn to Flagg, 

ward 1 
DeWolf place, fr. 11 DeWolf, west, wd 



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Dickinson, from 236 Broadway to Davis > 

ward 2 
Dinsmore court, fr. 33 Willard, west, wd. 1 
Distill House, from 3(15 Cambridge to Som- 
erville line, ward 2 [ward 1 

Divinity avenue, from 27 Kirkland, north, 
Dodge, from 85 Putnam av. to Grigg, wd. 4 
Donnell, from 99 Concord av. to 140 Gar- 
den, ward 5 
Douglass, fr. 513 Main to 50 Austin, wd. 4 
Douglass court, fram 5 Douglass, n., Main 

ward 4 

'over, from 282 North avenue to Somer- 

ville line, ward 5 [ward 5 

Dublin, from 169 Garden to 74 Spruce 

Dudley, from 321 North avenue to Jackson 

ward 5 
Dunster, from 1 Harvard square, south to 

College wharf, ward 1 
Dyke, from 27 DeWolf to Holyoke, wd. 1 
East, from 113 Bridge, east, to Hall's 

wharf, ward 3 
Eaton, from 23 Cherry, to 12 Pine, ward 4 
Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south, to 
Spring, ward 3 [Boylston, ward 1 

Eliot, from 104 Mt. Auburn, to opp. 68 
Eliot square. Eliot, jnnction Mt. Auburn, 
ward 1 [ward 1 

Ellery, from 811 Main to 654 Cambridge, 
Ellsworth avenue, from 403 Broadway to 

624 Cambridge, ward 2 
Elm, from 213 Harvard, north, to Somer- 

ville line, ward 2 
Elm, from east of White to north of Rus- 
sell, ward 5 
Elmer, from Sands, north, ward 1 
Elmwood avenue, from 182 Brattle, to Mt. 
Auburn, opp. Union Granite works, wd. 1 
Emmons place, from 35 Baldwin, west, 

ward 1 
Ericsson court, fm. 91 Green, north, wd. 4 
Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine, 

ward 4 
Essex, fm. 591 Main to 238 Harvard, wd. 2 
Essex court, from 51 Essex, north, ward 2 
Eustis court, from 112 Oxford, east, wd. 5 
Everett, from 42 North avenue to 45 Ox- 
ford, ward 1 
Fairfield, from opp. 7 Spruce, near North 
avenue to Pemberton, ward 5 [ward 4 
Eairmont, from 99 Magazine to 100 River 
Fairmont avenue, from 54 Fairmont to 

Somerset, ward 4 
Fallon place, from 28 Banks, east, ward 1 
Farwell place, from 53 Brattle, east, wd. 1 
Fayerweather, from 179 Brattle to Vassal 
lane, ward 1 [bridge, ward 2 

Fayette, from 369 Broadway to 504 Cam- 
Felton, from 469 Broadway to 728 Cam- 
bridge, ward 1 [ward 3 
Fifth," from 68 Winter, south, to Potter, 
First, from 32 Cambridge to south of 
Charles, ward 3 [DeWolf, ward 1 
Flagg, from opp. 34 Putnam avenue to 



Flagg-street court, from Flagg, below 
Banks, south, ward 1 [Pleasant, ward 4 
Florence, from Magazine, opp. Tufts, to 
Florence place, from 31 Norfolk, west, 
ward 2 [house, ward 1 

Follen, fm. 9 Concord avenue to 13 Water- 
Forest, from 116 North avenue, east to 
Somerville line, ward 5 [ward 3 

Fort Putnam, junction of Fourth and Otis, 
Fort Washington, Washington square, from 
Waverly at Allston, to B. & A. R.R., 
ward 4 
Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell, wd. 1 
Foster place, from Foster, north of Brown 
ward 1 [ward 3 

Fourth, from 244 Bridge to 43 Charles 
Fourth-st. place, from 101 Fourth, ward 3 
Francis ave., fm. 43 Kirkland, north, wd. 1 
Frank, from 320 North avenue, east, to 
Locke, ward 5 [avenue, ward 4 

Franklin, from 29 Sidney to 22 Putnam, 
Fresh Pond avenue, from Concord avenue, 

east of R.R. to Vassal lane, ward 1 
Fresh Pond Drives, from Fresh Pond lane, 
south and west along the borders of 
Fresh Pond, ward 1 
Fresh Pond lane, from 253 Brattle to north 

of Fresh Pond drive, ward 1 
Frisbie place, fm. 23 Kirkland, north, wd. 1 
Front, from 484 Main to 9 Village, ward 4 
Front-street court, from 14 Front, south, 

ward 4 
Frost, from 12 Roseland to Harris, ward 5 
Garden, from North avenue, at the Univer- 
sity to Walden, wds. 1 and 5 [east, wd. 5 
Garden court, from Garden, across Dublin, 
Garden-street place, from 37 Garden, east, 
ward 1 [ward 2 

Gardner, from 31 Tremont to 110 Prospect, 
Garfield, from 90 North avenue, north of 

Sacramento, to 111 Oxford, Avard 5 
George, from Montgomery to Clay, ward 5 
Gerry from 136 Mt. Auburn, south, wd. 1 
Gipsey place, from Moore, south, of School 

west, ward 4 
Glenwood, from Magazine, south of Tufts 

to Pearl, ward 4 
Gordon place, from 8 Florence, south, wd. 4 
Gore, from 152 Bridge to Somerville line, 

ward 3 
Gore place, from 132 Gore, south, ward 3 
Gorham, from Wendell to Hammond, wd. 1 
Granite, from Magazine, north of Glenwood 

to Rockingham, ward 4 
Grant, from 24 DeWolf to 17 Banks, wd. 1 
Gray place, from 91 Harvard, south, wd. 2 
Green, from 13 Sidney to 10 Putnam ave., 

ward 4 
Greenough avenue, from Highland avenue 

to Ellsworth avenue, ward 2 
Grigg, from Putnam av., north of Western 

av. to Howard, wd. 2 
Grotto place, from Moore, north, from 
School, west, ward 4 



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STREETS, COURTS, AUENUES, ETC. 



Grove land, from 30 Spruce, south, to Fitch- 
burg railroad, ward ."> 
Hadley place, from 214 North ave., ward 5 

Hamilton, from :»S Magazine to Waverly, 

ward I | ward 1 

Hammond, from 62 Oxford to Carver, 

Hampshire, from 17 ( .) Broadway, west, to 

Somerville line, ward 2 
Hampshire place, from 139 Hampshire 
Hancock, from Franklin to 886 Broadway, 

ward 2 
Hancock place, from 110 Hancock ward 2 
Harding, from 32 1 Cambridge, north to 

Somerville line, ward 2 
Harris, from foot of Frost, east, to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 
Harris place, from Harris at Somerville 

line to Eustis court, ward 5 
Harrison, from 347 Main to 70 Washington, 
ward 2 [Whittemore, ward 4 

Harrison avenue, from Columbus avenue to 
Harrold place, from Cherry, n. Main, west- 
erly, ward 4 
Harvard, from 201 Main, L. P., to 1 Har- 
vard square, wards 2 and 1 
Harvard place, from 23 Harvard, ward 2 
Harvard row, from Lyceum building, Har- 
vard square, to Church, ward 1 
Harvard square, junction Harvard, Brattle 

and North avenue, ward 1 
Harvey, from 7 Cedar, west, ward 5 
Hastings, from B. & A. R. R., to opp. 55 
Moore, ward 2 [Berkeley, ward 1 

Hastings ave., from Phillips place, west to 
Hastings square, Brookline, between Chest- 
nut and Henry, ward 4 [ward 1 
Hawthorn, from 96 Brattle, to Mt. Auburn 
Hawthorne avenue, from 222 Brattle, north 

to north of Huron, ward 1 
Hayes court, from 42 Putnam avenue, east 

to Howard, ward 4 
Healey, from Parker to Buckingham, wd. 1 
Henderson court, from 10 Day, east, near 

Somerville line , ward 5 
Henry, from Waverly to 280 Pearl, ward 4 
Hews, from Grigg to Western ave., ward 4 
Highland, from Appleton to Reservoir. 

ward 1 
Highland avenue, from 393 Broadway to 
588 Cambridge, ward 2 [ward 1 

Hilliard, from 6o Brattle to 133 Mt. Auburn 
Hilliard place, from 15 Hilliard, west, wd. 1 
Hillside avenue, from south nd Washing- 
ton avenue, west to Avon Hill ward 5 
Hilton place, foot of Murray wd. 1 [ward 5 
Hollis, from 285 North avenue to 37 Spruce 
Holly, from 12 Clark to Brooks, ward 4 
Holly av., from opp. 10 Madison to opp. 

Wyeth, ward 5 
Holmes place, from 2 North avenue 

Kirkland, ward 1 
Holworthy, from Belmont, at Mt. Auburn 
station F. R.R.. north, ward 1 



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to 



Holworthy place, from Holworthy, east, to 

F. R.R., ward 1 

Holyokc, from 148 Harvard to Dyke, wd. 1 

Holyoke place, from 64 Mt. Auburn to 86 
Holyoke, ward l 

Boughton, from 171 Prospect, west, to 

Somerville line, ward 2 
Howard, from 71 River to Kinnaird. ward 4 

Hubbard avenue, from l.~> Walden to Ray- 
mond, ward 5 j Hudson place, ward 5 
Hudson, from 71 North avenue, west to 

Hudson place, from 36 Hudson, north, wd. 

5 [Somerville line ward 2 

Hunting, from 32!) Cambridge, north to 

Huribut, from Linnasan to opp. 16 Martin 

Martin, ward 6 
Huron, from Hawthorne avenue to east of 
Lake View avenue, ward 1 [ward 2 

Tnman, from 681 Main to 214 Hampshire, 
Inman place, from 57 Inman, west, to Der- 
by lane, ward 2 
Inman square, junction Inman, Hampshire, 
Cambridge, Springfield, Beacon and An- 
trim, ward 2 [land, ward 1 
Irving from 456 Broadway north of Kirk- 
Jackson, from 103 Spruce to 52 Harvey, 

ward 5 
James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason, wd. 1 
Jarvis, from 24 North avenue to 31 Oxford, 

ward 1 
Jay, from 50 River to Kinnaird, ward 4 
Jay-street place, from 28 Jay east, ward 4 
Jefferson, fm. Warren to 22 Harding, wd. 2 
Jennings court, from 2 Front, south, wd. 4 
John, from Cameron, west, ward 5 [wd. 2 
Jones alley, from 348 Broad way to 13 West 
Jordan place, from 134 Broadway, south 

and east, ward 2 
Kendall square, juncti n Main, Broadway 
and Third, ward 2 [mond. ward 1 

Kent, e^st of Carver, parellel with Ham- 
Kimball, from Columbus avenue to Whitte- 
more, ward 5 
King place, from 15 Amory, west ward 2 
Kinnaird from 45 River to 30 Putnam av., 

ward 4 

Kirkland, from North avenue, near the 

common, east, to Lynde at Somerville line, 

ward 1 

Kirkland place, from 35 Kirkland, north, 

ward 1 [and Front, ward 4 

Lafayette square. Main, junction Columbia 

Lake, from 169 Pearl to 76 Magazine, wd. 4 

Lake View avenue, from 189 Brattle to 

Vassal lane, at K R. crossing, ward 1 
Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue to 

Raymond, ward ,"> 
Lamson place, from 42 Essex, east, ward 2 
Lancaster, from 127 North avenue, west 

and south, to 7 Linnaean, ward 5 
Langdon. from 49 North avenue, west and 

south, to 11 Chauncy, ward 1 
Larch, from (Brattle, west of Hawthorne 
ave., north to R. R., ward 1 



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Laurel, from 75 Pleasant to 78 River, wd. 4 
Lawn, from Gushing, at Cushing street 

school house, and from May, ward 1 
Lawrence, from opposite 152 Pearl to 66 

Magazine, ward 2 
Lechnu re place, from 48 North, west to 

Boston and Lowell railroad, ward 3 
Lechmere square, Bridge, junction Cam- 
bridge, ward 3 
Lee, from 721 Main to 372 Broadway, w<\ 2 
Leighton court, from 26 East, north, wd. 3 
Lerned, from Cameron, near Somerville 

line, west, ward 5 
Leverett, from Magazine, south of Granite, 

to Brookline bridge, ward 4 
Lexington avenue, from 197 Brattle, north, 

to Vassal lane, ward 1 
Lexington ave., from 401 North ave., south 

to Whittemore, ward 5 
Lilac court, from 131 Portland, ward 2 
Lincoln, from Webster avenue to 90 Elm, 

ward 2 
Lincoln place, fm. 7 Lincoln, north, ward 2 
Linden, from 424 Harvard to 61 Mount 
Auburn, ward 1 [den, ward 5 

Linnsean, from 111 North avenue to 63 Gar- 
Locke, from Meacham, near Somerville 

line to Frank, ward 5 
Locust, from Cushing, opposite Cushing 

School-house, to Holworthy, M r ard 1 
Longfellow park, from Brattle, west of 
Hawthorn, south, to Mt. Auburn, ward 1 
Lopez, from 65 Brookline to 116 Pearl, 
ward 4 [ward 2 

Loughrey avenue, from Pioneer to Pelham, 
Lowell, from 156 Brattle to 271 Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 
Lowland are , from 40 Spring, south, wd. 3 
Lyman, from Murray, south of Be nett, 
west, ward 1 [wards 2 and 1 

Lynde, from 559 Cambridge to 90 Kirkland 
Madison, from 63 Concord avenue to 90 
Garden, ward 5 [Whittemore, ward 5 
"Madison avenue, from Columbus avenue to 
Magazine, from 610 Main, south, to Cap- 
tain's Island, Charles River, ward 4 
Ma azine court, from 117 Magazine, west, 
to 12 Walnut court, ward 4 [ward 4 

Magee, from 54 Putnam avenue to Grigg, 
Main, from West Boston bridge to 400 Har- 
vard, wards 2, 4, 2 and 1 
Maple avenue, from 381 Broadway to 564 
Cambridge, ward 2 [ward 2 

Market, from 207 Broadway to 32 Elm 
Marsh court, from 209 Mt. Auburn, north 

and west to Sparks, ward 1 
Martin, from North avenue, south of Lin- 

naean, to 25 Bowdoin 
Marvin place, from 58 Columbia, ward 4 
Mason, from 85 Brattle to 11 Garden, wd.l 
May, from Lawn, north, to north of Vine- 
yard, ward 1 [ward 1 
Maynard place, fm. 261 Mt. Auburn, north 



McCabe, fm, 277 Cambridge to 10 Jeffer- 
son, ward 2 

McDonald, from Mt. Auburn, nearly opp. 
cemetery gate, northerly to R. R. , wd. 1 

McLean place, from 41 Cedar to , Reed, 
ward 5 

Meacham, from 294 North avenue, east, to 
Somerville line, ward 5 [ward 5 

Mead, from 23 Walden to Cogswell ave., 

Mechanic square, junction Broadway and 
Hampshire streets, ward 2 [ward 1 

Mellen, from 50 North avenue to 55 Oxford 

Mercer Circle, from 134 Brattle to Sparks, 
ward 1 

Mill, from 25 DeWolf to 60 Holyoke, wd. 1 

Montgomery, from 77 Spruce to 28 Harvey 
ward 5 [wards 2 and 4 

Moore, from 357 Main to 212 Broadway, 

Mount Auburn, from 842 Main to Belmont 
line, ward 1 

Mount Auburn place, from 132 Mount Au- 
burn, south, ward 1 

Mount Pleasant, from Walden to east of 
Lambert avenue, ward 5 

Mount Vernon, from 139 North avenue, 
west and north, to Lambert ave., wd. 5 

Mullin's court, from 46 Winter south of 
ward 3 

Munroe, from Third, west to Sixth, wd. 3 

Munson, fm. Washington west of R. R., 
to Harvard, ward 2 [ner, wd. 2 

Murdock, from 162 Hampshire to 9 Gard- 

Murray, from Eliot square, south and east, 
to Boylston, ward 1 [ward 1 

Museum, from Carver to Somerville line, 

Myrtle Park, north side School, from Har- 
rison to Moore, ward 4 

Myrtle place, from 31 Moore, bet. Wash- 
ington and School, west, ward 4 

New, from Concord avenue, east, next P. 
R. R., north, ward 5 

Newton, from Chestnut to Putnam avenue, 
between Pearl and Magazine, ward 4 

Niagara, from 16 Lawrence to 17 Lake, 
ward 4 

Nichols place, fm. 21 Baldwin, west, wd. 1 

Ninth, fm. 238 Cambridge to Potter, wd. 3 

Norfolk, from 549 Main, north, to Somer- 
ville line, wards 4 and 2 

Norfolk court, from 78 Norfolk, between 
Broadway and Harvard, to Elm, ward 2 

Norris, from 307 North avenue, to 50 Ce- 
dar, ward 5 

North, from 23 Water to 16 East, ward 3 

North avenue, from Harvard square, north, 
to Arlington line, wards 1 and 5 

Nort.n, from 25 Bowdoin to 10 Avon, wd.5 

Norton place, from 12 Norton, east, ward 5 

Nutting place, from 128 Mount Auburn, 
south, ward 1 

Oak, from*509 Cambridge, north, to Som- 
erville line, ward 2 [line, ward 5 

Orchard, from 9 Davenport to Somerville 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUE8, ETC. 



Osborn, from 868 Main, south, to B. ft A. 

R, R., ward 4 

Otis, from Fir>t to Ninth, ward 8 
Otter, from 24 Cowperthwaite to 21 De- 
Wolf, ward 1 
Oxford, from L3 Kirkland, north, to Som- 
crville line, wards 1 and 5 [ward 4 

Pacific, from Brookline east to Albany, 
Palmer, from 8 Brattle, to 16 Church, wd.l 
Park, from 81 Magazin to < v| > Pleasant, 

ward 5 [ingham, ward 1 

Parker, from 40 Concord avenue, to Buck- 
Pearl, from 568 Main, .south, to the Charles 
river, ward 4 [ward 2 

Pelham. from 79 Broadway to 197 Main, 
Pemberton, from Spruce, near 257 North. 

avenue to Fairfield, ward 5 
Percy place, from 40 Essex, ward 2 
Perry, fm. 127 Pearl to 54 Magazine, wd. 4 
Pettengill court, fm. 58 Second, east, wd. 3 
Phillips place, from 9 Mason to 18 Garden 
ward 1 [ward 4 

Pilgrim, from 54 Brookline, east, to Albany, 
Pine, from 87 School to 190 Harvard, 

wards 4 and 2 
Pioneer, from 52 Broadway, across Main, 
to Deacon, ward 2 [Pelham, wd. 2 

Pioneer avenue, from 32 Broadway, to 5 
Pleasant, from 672 Main, south, to Flor- 
ence, ward 4 
Pleasant place, from 48 Pleasant, wd. 4 
Plymouth, from 91 Hampshire to Portland, 

ward 2 
Plympton, from 404 Harvard to Boav. wd. 1 
Pond place, from 100 Putnam ave., east, 
ward 4 [2 

Porter, from 37 Warre to 39 Harding, wd. 
Portland, from 333 Main, north, to Cam- 
bridge, and south to Albany, wds. 4 and 2 
Portsmouth, from Hampshire, south of 

Plymouth to "Webster ave.. wd, 2 
Potter, from Third, opposite gashouse, to 

Ninth, ward 3 
Potter Park, from opp. 7 Linnasan, wd. 5 
Prentiss place, from 65 Frost, wd. 5 
Prescott, from 391 Harvard to 472 Broad- 
way, ward 1 [ant wd. 4 
Prince, from 105 Magazine to 112 Pleas- 
Prison point, from Bridge, near Craigie's 
bridge, north, to Charlestown line. wd. 3 
Prospect, from 617 Main, north, to Somer- 

ville line, ward 2 
Putnam avenue, from 1 Mt. Auburn, north 

and east, to Waverly, wds. 4, 1 and 4 
Quincy, from Quincy square to 28 Kirkland 

ward 1 
Quincy square, junction Main, Harvard. 

and Quincy, at Beck Hall, ward 1 
Railroad, from opp. 149 Dutlin, east, wd. 5 
Raymond, from 49 Linnaean to Fitchburg 

K. R. f ward 5 
Raymond court, from Raymond, opppsite 
Rev. Edward J Young's estate, west, 
ward 5 



Reardon, from Waverly, east, to B. & A. 

R. R„ u.l. l 

Reed, from 07 Spruce to ]<", Harvey, wd. 5 

Regent, from 197 North avenue, south, to 

1". R. R., ward 7> [ward 1 

Remington, from 867 Mam to 880 Harvard. 

Reservoir, from 7 Fayerweather, east and 

north, to Vassal lane, ward 1 

Revere, from 134 Mt. Auburn, ward 1 

Rice, from 299 North avenue to Spruce, 

ward 5 
Richdale avenue, from Walden. east and 

BOUtll, to near Lambert ave.. ward 5 

Richdale court, from Richdale aw. opp. 

Regent, south, ward 5 
Riedesel avenue, from 153 Brattle, to Brew- 
ster place, ward 1 [line, wd. 4 
River, from 020 Main, west, to Brighton 
Riverside place, from Western ave., opp. 

Blackstone, north, ward 1 

Rockingham, from Henry, east of Pearl. 

south, to Leverett. ward 4 [wd. 4 

; Rockwell, from «r> Pleasant, to 86 River, 

j Rogers, from Ninth to east of Third, ward 3 

Rogers' court, from Brewery to 12 Portland 

ward 4 
Rollins court, from 8 Watson, south, wd. 4 
jRoseland. from 140 North avenue, east, to 

Somerville line, ward 5 

Royal, from Concord ave., west of Sparks, 

south, ward 1 [wd. 5 

Russell, from 242 North avenue, to Elm 

Sacramento, from 70 North avenue, east, 

to Somerville line, wards 5 and 1 

Sacramento place, from 25 Sacramento. 

north, ward 5 [ward 4 

I Salem, from 62 Auburn to opp. 24 Watson. 

Sands, from Putnam ave.. north of Western 

ave., west, to the Charles river, wd. 1 
Sargent, from 70 Spruce, south, to R. R., 
ward 5 [wd. 1 

Saville. from 205 Appleton to Walden. 
Sceva place, from 14 Green, south, wd. 4 
School, from 53 Portland, west, to 23 Aus- 
tin, ward 4 [ward 4 
School street court, from 35 School, north 
Seckel, from 54 Webster avenue to 110 
Winsor, ward 2 [ward 3 
Second, from 24 Gore to south of Charles, 
Second street court, from 60 and 64 Second 
east, ward 3 [dike, ward 3 
Seventh, from 153 Gore to south of Thorn- 
Shawmut avenue (see Walnut ave.) 
Shepard, from 63 North avenue to 47 Gar- 
den, wds. 5 and I 
Short, from 145 Bridge, to 42 North, wd. 3 
Sibley court, from 19 Sparks, west, wd. 1 
Sidney, from 8 Front to Pacific, and from 

Henry to Hamilton, ward 4 
Sixth, from 144 Gore to Harvard, junction 

Main, wds. 3 and 2 
Smart, from State, to Albany, wd. 4 
Snow alley (see Harold place) ward 4 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



49 



Soden, from 29 Western avenue to 150 

Franklin, ward 4 
Soden place, from 14 Soden. west, wd. 4 
Somerset, from Putnam avenue, east, to 

Walnut court, wd. 4 
Somerville avenue, from 150 North avenue, 

Union sq., east, to Somerville line, wd. 5 
South, fm, 4l'lfolyoke to 64 Boylston,wd.l 
Sparks, from 237 Mount Auburn to 80 Con- 
cord avenue, wd 1 
Sparks street court, from 70 Concord ave., 

south and west, to 104 Sparks, wd. 1 
Spring, from 72 Second to Ninth, wd. 3 
Springfield, from 527 Cambridge, north, to 

Somerville line, ward 2 
Spring place, from Spring, south, to rear 

126 Spring, and to rear 140 do., wd. 3 
Spruce, from 257 North avenue, west, to 

the meadows, ward 5 
Squire's court, from 164 and 168 Gore, 

south, ward 3 
State, from 18 Front to Osborn, ward 4 
Stevens court, from 11 Fourtn, west, wd. 3 
Stinson court, from 36 Somerset, north, 

ward 4 
Story, from 48 Brattle, to 125 Mt. Auburn, 

ward 1 [ward 2 

Suffolk, from 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk, 
Summer, from 105 Prospect to 84 Inmau, 

ward 2 [land, wd. 1 

Sumner, from 735 Cambridge to 38 Kirk- 
Surrey, from 17 Putnam avenue to Banks, 

ward 1 
Talbot, from Waverly, at Fort Washington, 

to B. & A. R. R., ward 4 
Tannery, from 382 North avenue, north, 

to the almshouse, ward 5 
Temple, frois 641 Main to 134 Austin, wd.2 
Tenney, from 35 Orchard to Elm, Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 
Tenth, from 248 Cambridge, ward 3 
Third, from Boston & Lowell R. R., E. 

Cambridge, to 27 Main, wds. 3 and 2 
Thorndike, from First to Ninth, wd. 3 
Tremont, from 303 Broadway, north, to 

Somerville line, ward 2 
Trowbridge, from 837 Main, north, to Kirk- 
land, ward 1 
Tudor Park, on west side Fresh Pond ave., 

from Concord ave., south, to Lexington 

avenue, ward 1 
Tufts, from Magazine to Pearl, south of 

Chestnut, ward 4 
Tuttle, from 8 Donneil to 9 Wyeth, wd. 5 
Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln, wd. 2 
Union court, from 27 Union, wd. 2 
Union place, from 33 Union, wd. 2 
Union square, junction North avenue, with 

Somerville avenue, at White, wd. 5 
Upton, from 55 Magazine to 56 Pleasant, 

ward 4 [ward 4 

Valentine, from 95 Brookline, to 168 Pearl, 
Vandine, from Berkshire to Portland 



Vassal lane, from 85 Sparks to Lake View 

avenue, ward 1 
Vernon, from 700 Main to 129 Green, wd. 4 
Village, from 18 State to 35 Front, wd. 4 
Vine, from First to Ninth, ward 3 
Vineyard, from Cushing to May, wd. 1 
Walden, from 225 North avenue to Vassal 

lane, wards 5 and 1 
Walker, from Shepard, opp. Wallace, to 

48 Linnaean, ward 2 
Walker court, from Flagg, near Putnam 

avenue, east, ward 1 
Walker place, from 130 Third, east, wd. 3 
Wallace, from 41 Garden to 38 Shepard, 

ward 1 
Walnut avenue, from 23 Arlington, to opp. 

93 Lambert avenue, ward 5 
Walnut court, from 174 Putnam avenue, 

north, ward 4 [ward 1 

Ware, from 385 Harvard to 462 Broadway, 
Warland, from 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Warren, from 263 Cambridge, north, to 

Somerville line, ward 2 [wds. 2 and 4 

Washington, from 375 Main to 32 Norfolk, 
Washington avenue, from Arlington, north 

and south, to Hillside ave., ward 5 
Washington square (see Fort Washington) 

ward 4 
Water, from 185 Bridge, east, ward 3 
Waterhouse, from 17 Garden to 11 North 

avenue, ward 1 [wd. 4 

Watson, from 49 Brookline to 94 Pearl, 
Waverly, from Henry to Hamilton, wd. 4 
Webster avenue, from 49 Hampshire, north 

to Somerville line, ward 2 
Weitze court, fr. 17 Seventh, west, wd. 3 
Wellington, from Concord avenue, opp. 

Adams, north to Wellington brook, Bel- 
mont line, ward 5 [wd. 1 
Wendell, from 58 North avenue to Carver, 
West, from 53 Inman to Lee, ward 2 
Westacott court, from 224 Putnam ave., 

north, ward 4 
Western avenue, fr. 622 Main, at Central 

sq., west to Brighton line, wards 4 & I 
White, from Union square to Elm in Som- 
erville, ward 5 
White St. place, from White, south, wd. 5 
Whitney avenue, from Putnam avenue to 

Chestnut, ward 4 
Whitney's court, from 8 Essex, east, wd. 2 
Whittemore, from Lexington avenue, west 

ward 5 [Auburn, wd. 1 

Willard, from 114 Brattle to 185 Mount 
Willard court, (see Foster pi.) 
Wiilard-street court, from 18 Willard, east 

ward 1 
William, from 87 Pearl to 26 River, wd. 4 
Willow, from 345 Cambridge, north to 

Somerville line, ward 2 
Willis court, from Mount Auburn, opp. 

Elmwood av., east, ward 1 



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HALL8, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Winsor, from 408 Main, north to Somer- 

villc line, wards I and 2 
Winter, from 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth, wd. 8 
Winthrop, from 88 Holyoke to 8 Eliot, 

ward 1 

Winthrop sq., Boylston, Mt. Auburn and 

Winthrop, ward 1 
Woodbridge, from North av., north of 

Meucluun, to Lake, ward 5 



Woodlawn avenue, from Cashing, neoi 
Vineyard, to Cashing, near Belmont lint 

ward 1 

Worcester, from '>'.) Columbia to 54 Nor- 
folk, ward 2 

Worthington, from Lake View avenue to 
Lexington avenne, front of pumping 
station, ward l 

Wright, from 88 Hudson to 8 Norton, w . 5 

Wyeth, from 79 Concord avenue to 106 
Garden, ward 5 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Allen's block, 171 to 181 Harvard 

Almshouse, Tannery, ward 5 

Aquinas Hall, Norfolk, cor. Harvard, wd. 2 

Armory Hall, Brattle square, ward 1 

Austin Hall, 6 Temple, ward 2 

Ayer's block, 208 to 224 Third 

Baldwin block, Baldwin pi., rear 95 Main, 

near West Boston bridge, wd. 2 
Beck Hall, Quincy square, junction Main, 

Quincy and Harvard, ward 1 
Boyle's block, from 34 Charles, ward 3 
Brewer's block, Brattle square, ward 1 
Broadway block, Broadway, between Third 

and Main, north side Kendall sq. 
Brooks' building, 361 Main 
Brown's block, Third, next the bridge 
Buck's block, Seventh, corner Gore 
Buckley's Hall, 547 Main 
Burns' block, Burns.' court 
Burrage block, Bristol, between Hampshire 

and Webster avenue 
Butler's block, r. 10 Charles River, w^d. 1 
Cambridge Hall, 603 Main 
Central sq. building, Green, ward 4 
Chronicle building, 573 Main, opp. Pearl 
City building, Brattle sq., ward 1 
City Hall, 660 Main, ward 4 
Clark's block, 497 Main 
Concordia Hall, 200 Cambridge 
Conservatory Hall, 4 Lee, cor er Main 
Court House, Third, corner Otis, E. C. 
DIRECTORY OFFICE, 5 Harvard square 

and 575 Main 
Douglass block, Main, corner Essex 
Emerson's blk,, foot of Crescent av., wd. 5 
Emerson block, Mt. Plea^aut 
Felton building, Trowbridge, c. Cambridge 
Fiske's block, 423 to 439 Main 
Forester's Hall, 230 Cambridge 
Gilmore's block, 37 to 43 Holworthy 
Goldsmith's bldg., 115£ Cambridge 
Good Templars' Hall, 149 North avenue 
Gothic Hall, Orchard, cor. Allen, wd. 5 
Grant building, 623 Main, cor. Prospect 
G. A. R. Hall (Post 56), 905 Main 



G. A. R. Hall (post 30), 573 Main 

G. A. R. Hall (post 57), 115j Cambridge 

Hannum block, 114 Broadway, south of B. 

& A. R. R, 
Harugari Hall, Sixth, corner Spring 
Harvard or Little's block, 466 Harvard, 

corner Dunster 
Hawkins block, Charles, east of Third 
Henderson block, North ave., opp. Walden 
Hermann's block, Monroe, n. Third 
Hillery block, Lilac court, 131 Portland 
Hilton block, 424 Harvard, corner Linden. 

and 448 Harvard, corner Holyoke 
Hilton's block, Murray, n. Eliot 
Hixon's block, 57 and 59 Portland 
House of Correction, Thorndike, n. Third. 

East Cambridge 
Hovey's block, 402 Main 
Hyde's block, Main, Central square 
Independence Hall, rear 55 Norfolk 
Inman building, Cambridge, west side of 

Springfield 
Institute Hall, 107 Cambridge 
Jordan's block, Jordan pi., r. 12 Broadway 
Kernan block, rear 13 to 17 Charles River 
Knights of Honor Hall, 89 Cambridge 
Knights of Honor Hall, 555 Main 
Lechmere Bank building, Cambridge, cor. 

Second 
Lechmere block, Bridge, junc. Cambridge 
Lechmere bldg., Cambridge, junc. Bridge 
Linehan's block, 11 Third, near Winter and 

Tenth and 85 Bridge 
Little's block, from 458 to 472 Harvard 
Lyceum building, Harvard sq., c. Brattle 
Lyceum Hall, Lyceum bldg., Harvard sq. 
Lyceum Hall, Henderson block, North av.. 

east of Russell 
Main block, Main, cor. Pearl 
Manter Hall, 4 Holyoke 
Martin's block, 19 Lopez 
Masonic block, 633 Main, cor. Temple 
Masonic Hall, 89 Cambridge, E. Cambridge 
Masonic Hall. 633 Main, Cambridgeport 
Melledge's block, Main, cor. Norfolk 



COLLEGE BUILDINGS, CEMETEEIES. 



51 



Memorial Hall, 547 Main 

Moore's block, Mt. Auburn, cor. Charles 
River and Main, cor. Trowbridge 

Moore's building, 6 and 8 Brattle 

Odd Fellows' building, 550 Main 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 15 Brattle, Cambridge 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 83 Cambridge, E. C. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 240 North ave., North 
Cambridge 

Odd Fellow's Hall (new) 550 Main, 1884 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 603 Main, Cambridge- 
port 

Pelham Hall, 603 Main 

Phi Beta Kappa Hall, 15 Brattle 

Porter's Hall, Porter's Hotel 

Potter's block, 187 to 199 North avenue 

Prospect Rink, Prospect, cor. Austin 

Ramsay's building, 1 Brattle 

Reardon's block, 23 Erie 

Registry of Deeds, Second, cor. Otis, E. C. 

Rideout's block, State 

Robbins' block, 1 to 11 Prospect 

Roberts' block, 15 Brattle 

Roberts' Hall, 15 Brattle 

Rogers' blocks, Main, between Wash, and 
Brewery, between Brewery and Portland, 
91 and 507 Main and 77 Wash. 

Rolling Mill block, Bristol, between Berk- 
shire and Portland [Second 

Sala Protective Hall, Q6 Cambridge, corner 



Saunders' block, 38 and 42 North avenue 

Shea's block, 151 to 155 Bridge 

Shepherd's block, 9 Charles River 

Smart's building, rear 380 Main 

Social Union Hall, 15 Brattle 

Sons of Temperance Hall, Lechmere Bank 

building, Cambridge, East Cambridge 
Sovereign's Hall, 573 Main 
Stearns' block, Winthrop, cor. Dnnster 
St. George's Hall, 603 Main 
Stratton's block, Cambridge, near Fifth 
Swiney's block, Gore, near Fifth 
Symonds' block, 24 DeWolf 
Temperance Hall, Union square, North 

Cambridge 
Templars' Hall, 548 Mam 
Temple block, Main, west, cor. Temple 
Temple Hall, 631 Main 
Tilton's block, River, cor. Fairmont 
Union Hall, 631 Main, east of Temple 
Watson block, 560 Main [Works 

Welch's block, North, opp. N. E. Glass 
Wellington Hall, Pearl 

Wheatland's blk., Cambridge, junc. Bridge 
Whitney's block, 465 Main 
Whitney's building, Brattle square 
Woodbury's building, rear First, Thorndike 

and 1 Otis 
Y. M C. A. bnilding, 624£ Main 
Y. M. C. Gymnasium, Prospect, c. Harvard 



COLLEGE BUILDINGS. 



Alumni Hall, junction Kirkland, Quincy 

and Cambridge, 1874 
Appleton Chapel, College yard, 1856 
Astronomical Observatory, Garden, opp. 

Linnsean, 1846 
Austin Hall, Holmes place, 1882 
Botanic Garden, Garden, c. Linnaean, 1805 
Boylston Hall, College yard, 1857 [1879 
Burnham Hall (Ep. Theo. Sch.). Brattle, 
College House, 1 to 13 Harvard row, 1846 
Dane Hall, College yard, 1832 
Divinity Hall, Divinity avenue, 1726 
Gore Hall, College yard, 1838 
Gray's Hall, College yard, 1863 
Harvard Hall, College yard, 1766 
Hemenway Gymnasium, junction Kirkland 

and Holmes place, 1878 
Holden Chapel, College yard, 1724 
Hollis Hall, College yard, 1763 



Holworthy Hall, College yard, 1812 
Holyoke House, 450 to 458 Harvard, 1871 
Jefferson Physical Laboratory, rear Holmes 

pi., 1884 
Lawrence Hall, Brattle, near Mason, 1873 
Lawrence Scientific School, Kirkland, cor. 

Holmes place, 1848 
Massachusetts Hall, College yard, 1720 
Matthews Hall, College yard, 1870 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, Divinity 

avenue and Oxford, 1859 
Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Divinity 

avenue, 1877 
Sever Hall, College yard, 1878 
Stoughton Hall, College yard, 1805 
Thayer Hall, College yard, 1869 
University Hall, College yard, 1812 
Wadsworth House, College yard, 1726 
Weld Hall, College yard, 1871 



CEMETERIES. 



Cambridge, Coolidge av., near Watertown 

line, Jas. K. Farwell, supt. 
Catholic, Spruce, opp. Jackson 
Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn St., n. Watertown 

line, Jas. W. Lovering, supt. 



Old Burying Ground, ward 1, North ave., 
opp. College Grounds, B. F. Wyeth, 
supt. 



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WHARVES, BRIDGES, WAlil) BOUNDARIES. 






WHARVES. 



Ayer's wharf (formerly Gore's), Third, 

nexl gas house 
Bent's Geo. II., 168 Main 
Boynton's, 48 Bridge, Bast Cambridge 
Brooks, 221 Bridge 
Ballard's, Western avenue 
City, 184 Main 
College, foot of Dunster 
Day M., 132 Main, Lower Port 
Gas House, foot of Bath, ward 1 
Gas House, Third, near Broad canal 
Hall's, foot of East st. , E. Camhridge 
Hastings', East, n. Bridge, E. C. 
Holmes & Kugg's, 1G6 River 



Holt's, East, n. Bridge, Baal Cambridge 
N. B. Glaas House, foot of North 
Revere Sugar Refinery, foot of Water 
Sanborn's. 69 Bridge, East Cambridge 

Sargent's, foot of Charles River 
Smith's, 180 Main 
Tower's, rear 139 Broadway 
Warren, Bridge st., next to Craigie bridge 
Wellington Austin C, ."> Broadway 
Wellington H. & Co., LK Bridge 
Winthrop, foot of DeWolf 
WoodWm. H. & Co., 1:3 Broadway 
Wyman's, 84 Bridge 



BRIDGES. 



Brookline st., from foot Brookline st., Cam- 
bridgeport, to Boston 

Cambridge St., from River St., Cambridge- 
port, to Brighton District 

Canal or Craigie, from Bridge st. , E. Cam- 
bridge to Boston 

North Harvard St., from Boy lston st. , Cam- 
bridge, to Brighton District 



' Prison Point, from Prison Point road, Eas 
Cambridge, to Charlestown 
Sixth st., across Broad canal at Sixth 
Third St., across Broad canal at Third 
West Boston, from Main st., Cambridge- 
port, to Boston 
Western avenue, from Western avenue, 
Cambridgeport, to Brighton Distrlet 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD 1. Beginning at the boundary 
line, between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
Concord avenue, thence by the centre of 
Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the centre of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the centre of Garden street to 
Shepard street, thence by the centre of 
Shepard street to North avenue, thence by 
the centre of North avenue to Sacra- 
mento street, thence by the centre of Sac- 
ramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somerville, thence 
by said boundary line to a point which 
would be struck by the central line of 
Dana street, if extended northerly to said 
boundary line, thence by a line to Dana 
street, and by the centre of Dana 8 reet to 
Main street, thence by the centre of Main 
street to Mount Auburn street, thence by 
the centre of Mount Auburn street to Put- 
nam avenue, thence by the centre of Put- 



nam avenue to Western avenue, thence by 
the centre of Western avenue to the bound- 
ary line between Cambridge and Brighton, 
thence by said boundary line to the bound- 
ary line tet.veen Cambiidge and Water- 
town, thence by the last-mentionsd bound- 
ary line to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, thence by the 
last mentioned boundary line to the point 
begun at. 

WARD 2. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Somerville, 
at a point which would be struck by the 
central line of Dana street, if extended 
northerly to said boundary line, thence by 
a line to Dana street, and by the centre of 
Dana street to Main street, thence through 
the centre of Main street to Norfolk street, 
thence by the centre of Norfolk street to 
Washington street, thence by the centre of 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



53 



Washington street, to the junction of 
Washington and Main streets, thence by 
a lini at a right angle, southerly to the 
water, thence by the water to the mouth 
of Broad canal, thence by the centre of 
Broad canal to North canal, thence by the 
centre of North canal, and northerly, in a 
line continued therefrom, to the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Somerville, 
thence by said boundaay line to the point 
begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth of 
Broad Canal, thence by the centre of Broad 
canal to North Canal, thence by the centre 
of North canal, and northerly, in a line 
continued therefrom, to the boundary line 
between Cambridge and Somerville, thence 
by said boundary line to the waters of 
Charles river, thence by the water to the 
point begun at. 

WARD 4. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Brighton, on 
Western avenue thence through the centre 
of Western avenue to Putnam avenue, 
thence through the centre of Putnam ave- 



nue to Mount Auburn street, thence 
through the centre of Mount Auburn 
street to Main street, thence through the 
centre of Main street to Norfolk street, to 
Washington street, thence through the 
centre of Washington street to the junction 
of Washington and Main streets, thence by 
a line at a right angle, southerly, to the 
water, thence by the water to the point be- 
gun at. 

WARD 5. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
Concord avenue, thence by the centre of 
Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the centre of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the centre of Garden street to 
Shepard street, thence by the centre of 
Shepard street to North avenue, thence by 
the centre of North avenue to Sacramento 
street, thence by the centre of Sacramento 
street to the boundary line between Cam- 
pridge and Somerville, thence by said boun- 
dary line to the boundary line between Cam- 
bridge and Arlington, thence by the said 
last-mentioned boundary line to the oint 
begun at. 




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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; av , avenue; b. or bds., boards; bet., between; bldg , build- 
ing; blk., block; (B.), Boston; B. P. L., Boston Public Library ; B. S. B. Co., Bay State Brick Co.; B. 
& L. R. R., Boston & Lowell Railroad; C E. L. Co., Cambridge Electric Light Co.; C. F. D., Cam- 
bridge Eire Department; C. M. R. R., Central Massachusetts Railroad; C. R. R. Co., Cambridge 
Railroad Co.; Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., Charle« River Street Railway Co.; com. mer., commission mer- 
chant; c. or cor., corner; ct., court; C. W. W ., Cambridge Water Works; Ep. Theo. School, Episcopal 
Theological School; E. P. I. Co., Fresh Pond Ice Co.; h., house; H. U., Harvard University; lab., 
laborer; L. P., Lower Port; mkr., maker; mnf., manufacturer; M. C. C. V. S., Massachusetts College 
Veterinary Surgeons; M. I. T., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; n., near; opp., opposite; pi., 
place: P. O., Post Office; pres., president; rd., road; r., rear; Rev., Reverend; R. C H. A,. Railway 
Clearing House Association; St., street; sec, secretary; Som., Somerville; sq., square; supt., superin- 
tendent; S. P. C. T. A., Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; tresis, treasuiei ; U. S., 
United States; U. S. A., United States Army; U. S. N., United States Navy; U S. S. Society, Unita- 
rian Sunday School Society; whf., wharf; whol., wholesale; wid. widow; W. S., West Somerville; Y. 
M. C. A., Young Men's Christian Association. 

Where the nare of a corporation, factory or firm appears immediately after the name, it indicates the 
place of business 

After the name of the street the word street is omitted. 

FOR FULL LIST OF COLLEGE OFFICERS, STUDENTS, ETC., SEE MISCELLA- 
NEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



AARON JOSEPH, cigar maker, boards 10 

Harrison 
" Lewis (Aaron & Parker), cigar maker 

513 Main, house 37 Green 
" Moss, cigar maker, h. 10 Harrison 
" & Parker (Lewis Aaron and Fred'k 

C. Parker), cigars and tobacco, 513 

Main 
Aaronson Aaron, h. 1 Rogers' block, Wash. 
Abbot Annie W. Miss, b. 23 Berkeley 
' ' Everett V. , student, H. U. , b. 6 Larch 
" Ezra Mrs., h. 23 Berkeley 
" E. Stanley, student, H. U., b. 6 Larch 
" Francis E., teacher, h. 6 Larch 
" George, wool (115 Federal, B), h. 96 

Brattle 
" George W., tobacco com. mer. (21 

Central wharf, B), h. 294 Harvard 
" Philip S., student, H. U., boards 21 

Berkeley 
" Sophia L. Mrs., h. 294 Harvard 



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Abbott Adeline Mrs., h. 51 Fairmont 

" Albert Warren, asst. engineer, 203 

Bridge, house 154 Cambridge 
" Benj. F. (22 Tremont row, B.) bds. 

37 Tremont 
" Brazilian C, coffin maker, 203 Bridge 

house at South Boston 
" Charles J., printer, b. 431 Cambridge 
" Chas. L., lawyer (48 Congress, room 

22, B), b. 42 Pearl 
" Edw. Rev., pastor, St. James church, 

house 11 Dana 
" Edward M. Mrs., h. 7 Chauncy 
" Elizabeth C, widow of Jesse B., h. 

82 River [do. 

" Emma E., dressmaker, 82 River, b. 
" Ezra, building mover, h. 31 Winsor 
" Henry, freight-car repairer, B. & L. 

R. R. shop bridge 
" Horatio N., engineer, 203 Bridge, h. 

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Abbott John E., Boston express, 584 Main 

: Merchant* row, B i h. Bl i! Pearl 

" John K., real estate (22 Tremonl 

row, B.). li. 87 Tremonl 

John P., printer, h. 181 Cambridge 

" John W., foreman, 678 .Main, h. L69 

Norfolk 

'* Levi, machinist, h. 42 Pearl 

" Lucy K. Mrs., boarding house, 5 

Dickinson [land 

" Richard S., block maker, h. B9 Port- 

" S. Elizabeth , widow of ("has. s.. h. 

Pine 

Abele John II., machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Boxbury 
Abercrombie Sarah G-., widow of Milo B., 
house 10 Concord av. 
" Talulah G. Miss, at (Wellesley Col- 
lege), b. 10 Concord avenue 
i( Winona Miss, principal, Lowell prim- 
ary school, b. 10 Concord av. 
Aberle Chas., action maker, 139 Broadway, 
b. Mrs. Jacob Aberle's, off Eighth 
" Henry, b. Mrs. Jacob Aberle's, off 

Eighth 
" Jacob Mrs., h. off Eighth, n. Spring 
" John, cooper, Ninth, c. Spring, bds. 
Mrs. Jacob Aberle's, off Eighth 
Abrahams Henry, cigar maker (390 Tre- 
mont, B.). h. Decatur ct. 
" Bosetta J. Mrs., h. 41 Somerset , 
Achenback Chas., shade painter, 15 Blanche 
b. 38 Spring [av. 

Acheson Henry, box maker, h. 22 Pioneer 
xVckerbach Louis, carriagesmith, 4-46 Main 
Ackermann EmilF., lithographer, Riverside 
Press, h. 113 Magazine 
" see Akerma i [10 Jay 

Ackers Chas. H., book-binder, 7 Brattle, b. 
" John L. P., painter, 400 Main, h. 10 
Jay [h. at Boston 

Ackman Arthur, iron moulder, 350 Main, 

" Nils, safe painter, 17 Main 
Acores Alvaro, hairdresser, 454 Cambridge, 

b. Berkshire, n. Plymouth 

Adams Adelia D. Mrs., h. 4 Hotel Inman, 

Inman square [Antrim 

" Annie E. Mrs., book-keeper, h. 19 

" Annie I., -widow of Harry, house 3 

Walnut avenue 
*' Chas., carpenter, h. Crescent av. 
" Chas. E.,key finisher, 139 Broadway, 

h. 95 Gore 
" Clias. J., h. 3 Walnut avenue 
" Chas. O., fireman (P. O., B.), h. 58 

Auburn 
" Chas. P., painter, B. & L. R. R. shop, 

boards at Charlestown 
" Chas. S., carpenter, h. 25 Andrew 
" Chas. W. (14 Sudbury, B.), house 442 
Broadway [Porter's Hotel 

" C. W. S. (24 Central wharf, B.), b. 
" Edw rd F., book-keeper (39 Frank- 
lin, B.), h.89 Thorndike 



Adams Elizabeth L, widow of Chas. II.. h. 

1 1 Austin 
" Frederick J., actor, b. 20 II ward 
" Fred \\\, drirer, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Freedom s., [Jnion Carpet Beating 

Co. (228 rami... B.), h 32 Tremonl 
" George 15., b. 10 Shepard 

George 12., confectionery mnfr., M 

Winsor, h. 220 Harvard 
" Georgianna, stenographer, 502 Main. 

b. at Roxbury 
" Harry B., broker (276 Wash., li. . h 

Arlington, r. 2 Walnut ave. 
" H.nrv S.. student (M. I. T., Ii. . b. 

3 Mt. Vernon 

" II. E., conductor, Charles R. St. By. 
" Isaac, machinist, 225 Bridge, hoase 

at Boston 
" Ivers W., pres.. Am. Net and Twine 

Co.. Third, and (43 Com'l, li.), h. 

at Dorchester 
" James, laborer, h. rear 54 Winter 
•' James Harvey, foreman, lard dept., 

C. H. North & Co. (Somerrille), h. 

49 Elm 
" James H., driver, 195 Broadway, h. 

161 do. 
" John P., gas fixtures, 12£ Harvard 

row, house 10 Shepard 
" Joseph M., whalebone worker (24 

Lincoln, B.) h. Rockingham, near 

Henry 
" J. Gedney, book-keeper (65 Black- 
stone. B.), h. S Wallace 
" Lizzie Mrs., h. end of Bennett 
" Mary A., widow of James Q., nurse. 

bds. 40 Cottage 
" Maurice II. , foreman, Am. Net and 

Twine Co., foot Second, house 152 

Cambridge [Dana 

" Oscar Fay. author and editor, bds. 10 
" Peter, printer (117 Franklin, B.). h. 1 

Harold place 
" Sophia, widow of Elihu, h. 9 Day 
" Theodore P., teacher High school, h. 

at Boston 
" Walter H.. hairdresser (Revere 

House, B.), h. 124 Pearl 
" Wm.. examiner (28 Summer, B.), h. 

1 1 River 
" Wm. G., conductor, C. St. Ry. Co., 

h. 4 Hotel Inman 
" Win. R. (Adams & Lincoln), dry 

goods. 98. 207 and 473 Cambridge 

house 106 do. 
" Winthrop F., conductor, C. St. Ry. 

Co., h. 4 Hotel Inman 
" & Lincoln (Wm. R. Adams and Al- 
fred Lincoln), dry goods, ' 

and 473 Cambridge 
A. D. Club. 14 Dunster 
Addis Henry, upholsterer, 420 Harvard, h. 

at Boston 



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Adelstine John G., cigar maker, 35 Pearl, 
house 12 Suffolk 
" Lena Miss, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, b. 

12 Suffolk 
" M a ttie Miss, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, 
bds. 12 Suffolk 
Adendol Augusta Miss, h. 4 Hastings 
Adrian G., carver, 602 Main 
Aga c siz Alexander, curator, Museum of 
Comparative Zoology H. U. and 
(19 Pemberton sq., B.), h. 36 
Quincy [Quincy 

" Elizabeth C, Avidow of Louis, h. 36 
Ahearn Bridget, widow, h. 169 Norfolk 
" Daniel, plasterer, h. 20 Hayes court 
" David, h. 29 Cambridge 
" Dennis, baker, 502 Main, house 45 

Amory 
" Ellen Mrs., h. 45 Amory 
" Jeremiah C, marble cutter, Pv. L. 
Sands, h. 18 Railroad [3 do. 

" Maggie E. Miss, clerk, 3 Austin, bds. 
" Mary, widow of Dennis, house 200 

Dublin 
'• Maurice, laborer, h. 149 Dublin 
" Maurice, mill band, Amer. Rubber Co. 

h. rear 36 Harvard 
" Richard A., horse shoer, North ave. 
stable, Camb. R. R. Co., bds. 200 
Dublin 
" Thomas, marble worker (Boston) 

house 41 Jefferson 
'* Timothy, baker, h. 170 Franklin 
" Wm. J., clerk, Windsor Hotel (6 Bow- 

doin, B), h. 8 Hancock 
" see O'Hearn 
Ahern Dennis, brick layer, h. 3 Shepherd's 
block, Charles River 
" Michael, brick layer, h. 2 Emmons pi. 
" see Ahearn, O'Hearn 
Aigin Michael, junk, Kinnaird, cor. How- 
arJ, house do. 
" see Eagan, also Egan 
Aiken Charles H., clerk, 360 Cambridge, 
bds. 152 Spring 
" Fred J., 360 Camb., b. 152 Spring 
" Hannah' O. Mrs., h. 7 Lamson place 
" Josepli M., h, 152 Spring 
Aikens Anthony, coachman, h. 53 Hastings 
Akarman Jobn N., supt. Charles River 
Street Railway Co., 484 Main, h. at 
Somerville 
Akerley Edward, express driver, house 31 
Charles River [Pearl 

Akerman Geo., machinist, 1 Albany, h. 59 

" see Ackermann 
Alamen Louis, varnisher, h. 60 North 
Alary Louis, bairdrtsser, 427 Main, h. 16 

Bay 
Albee Helen M. Miss, teacher, Highscbool, 
boards 30 Essex [67 Spring 

" Herbert C. S., driver, 203 Bridge, rms. 



\ LBEE SUMNER, overseer of the 
Xjl. poor and attorney-at-law (30 Court, 
rms. 13 and 14, B.), h. 30 Essex (see 
page 502) [Essex 

Albee Sumner R., student (H. U.), bds. 30 
Alberts Albert, laborer, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 131 Third 
" Clement P., painter, B. & L. R. R., 

h. 131 Third 
" Frank, laborer (B) b. 131 Third 
AldenChas. A., (45 North, B.) b. 78 Han- 
cock 
" Geo. A., commission merchant, rub- 
ber and gutta percha (167 Congress, 
B.), h. 317 Harvard 
" Geo. W. A. (W. R. Alden & Son), 

plasterer, bds. 19 Hewes 
" G. Edwin, clerk (167 Congress, B.), 

bds. 317 Harvard 
" Louisa M. Mrs., dressmaker, 471 

Main, house do'. 
" Oliver, driver, 71 Vine, h. do. 
" Sophia D., widow of Elbridge G. , h. 
78 Hancock [h. 21 Essex 

" Wm. T., fly finisher, 162 Broadwav, 
" Willian R. (W. R. Alden & Son), 

plasterer, h. 19 Hewes 
" W. R. & Son (Wm. R. & Geo. W. 
A. Alden), plasterers. 19 Hewes 
Aldrich Edwin H., bookkeeper, 243 Btoad- 
way h. 149 Washington 
" Frank, starch, etc. (55 Kilby, B.), 
house Washington avenue, corner 
Arlington 
" Sybil B. Mrs., h. 5 Lamson place 
Alexander Abram, crockery and groceries, 
644 Main, h. 112 Green 
" Anna M., widow of Daniel, h. 93 Elm 
" Aroline Mrs., h. 141 Mt. Auburn 
" George E., box cutter, 1 Common, h. 

17 Suffolk 
" Giles R., carpenter, h. 3 Roger's blk., 

Main 
" Guy, at 42 Elm 
" G. W., watchman Camb. R. R. Co., 

River street stable, h. at Allston 
" John, lockmaker, 17 Main, h. 96 Col- 
umbia [Broadway 
" Joseph, machinist, 72 Main, house 9 
" J. Scott, sergeant police station 2, h. 
23 Essex [Columbia 
" Lydia A., widow of James, house 133 
" Margaret, widow of John, dressmaker, 

h. 97 Western avenue 
" Mary, widow of Hugh, h. 3 Green 
" Ruth A., widow of Geo., h. 4 Rogers' 
block, Main [b. 8 Ellery 

" Thomas, printer University Press, 
" William I., compositor, b. 97 Western 
avenue 

ALOlvR ALPHEUS B., lawyer 
and bail commissioner (23 Court, 
B.), bds E. A. Alger's, Mt. Ver. 
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Alger Amanda M., teacher Riverside 
Primary School, bds. B.A. Alger's, 
Mt. Vernon 

ALGER EDWIN A., lawyer (28 
Court, B.), li. Mt. Vernon (see page 
502) 

33 Sacramento 
soup tnnfr., Main, opp. 

h. 56 Norfolk 
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" Morton, h. 
Alghieri Simon, 

Portland 
Alkern Robert .. 

cor. l'ros])cct, h. do. 
Allan George, confectioner, 503 Main 

" Thomas, foreman of machinists, 356 
Main 
Allan, see Allen, also Allyii 
A Hard Cassilda Miss, clerk, 434 Harvard, 
h. 16 Winthrop [h. 23 Pine 

" Charles N., laborer, State, c. Osborn. 
" Hector J. B., furniture finisher (B), 
h. 28 Spring 
Allcock Joseph, coal and wood, 384 Cam- 
bridge, b. 30 East 
Allen Albert F., (Morrill & Allen), steam 
engines, etc., 356 Main, house 250 
Broadway 
" Alexander V. G. , professor Ecclesi- 
astical History, Episcopal Theologi- 
cal School, h. 2 Phillips place 
" Ann, widow, h. 11 Fifth 
" Annie Miss, clerk (State House, B.), 

b. 56 Austin 
" Benjamin, clerk, b. 16 Hastings 
" Benjamin, b. 84 Buckingham 
" Caleb C, office 356 Main, house 26 
Columbia [Prospect 

'• Catherine A., widow of James, h. 108 
" Chas. C, janitor Gray's Hall and 
Wadsworth House, h. Wadsworth 
House, Harvard sq. [Shepard 

" Crawford C, law student, boards c2 
" Daniel, machinist 92 Main, bds. 175 

Main 
" Edmund J., painter, h. 33 Market 
'• Fannie Miss, teacher Otis primary 

school, b. 11 Fifth 
' • Frank A. , Oriental Tea Co. (85 Court, 

B.), h. 263 Harvard 
" Fred D., prof. H. U., h. 18 Sumner 
" Frederick H., machinist (B) house 41 
Union [place 

" George, engineer, rooms 3 Riverside 
" George, foreman (18 P. O. sq., B.), 

house 13 State 
" George A., marble cutter A. Mc- 
" George H., finisher and inspector, 139 
Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Donald, b. 218 Brattle 
" George W., expressman, house 20 

Hayes court 
" Henry G. Mrs., h. 14 Ware 
" Henry W., wines, liquors, etc. (27 

No. Market, B.), h. 74 Prospect 
" Herbert D., stock clerk, 162 Broad- 
way, h. Acorn, c. Chestnut 



Allen Herbert M., b. 208 Harvard 
" James, laborer, b. 86 Fla 
" James, laborer, b. ] !:; Elm 
" James, sawyer, 880 Main, bds. Banks 
" James a., carpenter, h. 52 Charles 
" .Jane M., widow ot Wilkes, hot 
Brattle 

" John, laborer B. ^v L. 11. R. -hop 

" Joseph, teamster, 18 Broadway, bds. 

l.so Main 
" Joseph II., clergyman, h. 5 Garden 
" J. Addison, h. 259 Broadway 

" Kate A., widow of John (.. h. ]55 
Pearl 56 Austin 

" Lydia A., widow of Avery T., house 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 36 Flagg 
" Mary, widow of .John. bds. 98 Spring 
" Mary, widow of Jonathan, h. 7 Wil- 
liam [Harvard 
" Mary, T., widow of Thomas" h. 1774 
" Matthew, laborer, h. 1 78 Green 

AL.LEN OSCAR P., treasurer, 
Cambridge Savings Hank. 2 Harvard 
row, h. 42 Hamilton 
" Richard B., h. 62 Shepard 
" 1. t, expressman (Stoneham) bds. 

11 Fifth 
" William H. B., h. 13 Market 
" William M., paper ruler (31 Milk, 

room 38, B.), h. 117 Thorndike 
" Wm. T., manager (122 Hanover, 
room 11, B) bds. 177-i Harvard 
Allen, see Allan, also Allyn 
Alley Elliott E., upholsterer, 73 Thorndike, 
house do. 
" W. Frank, trav. salesman, 503 Main, 
h, 16 Clinton 
Allison George A., flour (3 Commercial, 
B.) h. 35 Cogswell ave. 
" Howard A., clerk (25 Winter, B.) h. 

15 Greenough ave. 
" Percey G., waiter Memorial Hall, 
rooms 60 Putnam ave. 
Allour Seville, brick maker S. M. Cofran, 

Concord ave., h. do. 
Allnutt Frederick G., dining-room, 8 Har- 
vard sq., h. 13 M lien 
Alls A. E., driver, C. R. R. Co. 
Allton Wilbur F.. wheelwright (43 Beverly, 

B.) h. 112 Pearl 

Allyn Horace A., supt. of Cambridge Gas 

Light Co's. Works, Third, h. 471 

Broadway [Broadway 

" Jane, widow of Edwin G. , house 471 

" Rebecca P., widow of Rufus B., h. 5 

Berkeley 
" William W., lumber surveyor. 22 
Bridge, h. 33 Seventh 
Almeda Louis, laborer. Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 60 North 
Almgren Lena, widow of Alexander, house 
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Almy Charles jr., asst. U. S. attorney, (P. 

O. building, 13.), house 1 Brewster 

place [7 Plymouth 

Alphen Garrett, grease collector, house 

" James, grease collector, h. 5 Plymouth 

" Michael, laborer, bds. 7 Plymouth 

Altimas John, baker, h. 43 Harvey 

\ltmiller August, tinsmith (B), h. 83 Sixth 

Amama Eugene, glass-blower, N. E. Glass 

Works, h. 2 Gore 
Ambrose John L., first asst., clerk of courts, 
Court House, Third, house at Som- 
erville 
Ambrose, see Amrose 

Ambrosi Aristotle, machinist, h. Hotel School 
Ambush Ann, widow, h. 58 Washington 
" Chas. H., porter, h. 58 Washington 
" James E., hair dresser, 9 Prospect, 
h. 58 Washington 
Amee Albert F., clerk, 5 Harvard sq., bds. 
894 Main 

AMEE BROTHERS, (William A. 
Amee), stationery, etc., 5 Harvard 
square (see page 16) 
" Ellen, widow of John, h. 894 Main 
" John, clerk, 5 Harvard square, bds. 

894 Main 
" Lucy A., widow of Jacob, h. 894 Main 
" Wm. A. (Amee Bros.), stationery, 
etc., 5 Harvard sq., bds. 894 Main 
American Ex. Co., offices 6 Brattle and 605 
Main 
" Net and Twine Co., mnfrs. nets, 
seines and twines, foot of Second 
office (43 Commercial, Boston) 
" Rubber Co., rubber goods mnfrs. 
Ninth, and Potter Robert D- Evans, 
Prest. and agent, David Hunt, 
Treas., store, (59 Franklin, B.) 
Ames Addie E., widow of Howard B., h. 10 
Hilliard place 
" David B., teamster, h. 157 Prospect 
" Edward S., engraver (Milk, B.) bds. 

23 Front 
" Henry G., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, bds. 23 Front 
" James Barr, Bussey Prof, of Law, H. 

U., h. 11 Frisbie pi. 
" John G., carpenter, h., 23 Front 
" Simon, polisher, 139 Broadway, bds. 
23 Front 
Ammidon Philip R., bds. 25 Suffolk 

u Russell P., salesmrn, 165 Wash. B.) 
h. 203 Appleton [ct. 

Amrose Edwaid, city laborer, h. 19 Hayes 
Amrose, see Ambrose 

Anderson Abby, widow of Matthew house 
59 Wright 
" Albert, carpenter, State, cor. Osborn, 

h. 1 Rogers block, Wash. 
" Albert, cigar maker, bds. 57 Green 
" Alfred, carpenter, 18 Soden, h. 60 
River 



Anderson Anders G., laborer, 169 Gore, h. 

267 Cambridge 
August, 17 Main, h. 6 Fosters' block, 

Baldwin place 
Carl A., engraver (112 Wash. B.) h. 

rear 13 Pine [Main 

Charles, safe maker, 17 Main, h. 91 
Charles, teamster Richardson & Ba- 
con, h. Murray, c. Hilton pi. 
Charles E., safe maker, 17 Main, h. 

Rogers court 
Charles J., piano maker, 20 Albany, 

h. at Hyde Park [Trowbridge 

Charles E., clerk, 21 Brattle, h. 50 
Clarence Archibald, foreman of box 

makers, First, cor. Thorndike, h. 

79 Vine 
Edward C, clerk, 1 Brattle sq., bds. 

59 Wright 
Elizabeth J., Mrs., metaphysician 613 

Main, h. do. 
Frank, 17 Main, h. 3 Broadway 
Frank L., carpenter (B.), h. rear 59 

Winter 
Frederick, city laborer, h. 21 Decatur 
George, clerk, 86 Camb., bds. rear 59 

Winter 
George A., cabinet maker, 44 Camb- 

bridge, house at Boston 
Gilbert, driver, U. S. Mail wagon, 

44 Bridge, bds. at Charlestowu 
H. Charles, wood carver, 44 Camb- 
ridge, house at Boston 
Ivan I., cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge 

rooms 103 Cambridge 
James, carpenter, Palmer, n. Church, 

house 15 Brewer 
James jr., carpenter, Palmer, house 

9 Hilliard 
James jr., teamster, Richardson & 

Bacon, house 5 Otter 
Jas., laborer, h. 37 Flagg 
John, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. First, 

house Decatur court 
John, clerk, 2 and 6 Harvard row, h. 

11 Revere [122 do. 

John E., teamster, 122 Broadway, h. 
J. Wesley, carpenter, 18 Soden, bds. 

60 River 
Mads, ladder maker, 139 Gore, bds. 

129 Spring 

Nils, blacksmith, h. 161 Main 

Nils, machinist, 17 Main, h. 16 Har- 
vard 

Otto, piano maker, 20 Albany, house 
71 Washington [h. 164 Pleasant 

Phr. O., carpenter, 153 Putnam ave., 

Robert, fruit and vegetables, 137 Mt. 
Auburn, h. 7 Gerry 

Stephen, brass moulder (33 Hawkins, 
BO, h. 72 Spring 

Stephen jr., brass moulder (33 Haw- 
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Anderson William, cutter N. K. GlassWorks 

North, h. at Soiuervillc 

" Win., marble polisher, h. 80 Boylston 
" William, proof reader (824 Wash. 

B. . li. Garden at. place 
" William, teamster, College wharf , h. 

n; Beaver 
" Wm. J., tinman, rooms 262 Sidney 
Andrew William, hairdresser. 454 Cam- 
bridge, bds. Vine, cor. Second 
Andrews Ardelia A., widow of Win. II., h. 
7 Day 
11 Charles J., 108 Cambridge, bds. do. 
" 1). Herbert, prop. Boston Bridge 
Works, wrought iron bridge, Si th, 
cor. Rogers (13 Pemb. sq. , B.) h. 
at Chelsea 
" Frhrik, h. foot Second 
11 Frank jr., furniture finisher (B) and 
hairdresser, 71 Cambridge, h. foot 
of Second 
" George E., clerk (67 Summer B.), 

boards 233£ Broadway 
" John 1)., case maker, 1G2 Broadway, 

h. 2334 do. 
" Joseph, furniture finisher, h. foot of 

Second 
" Mary E., teacher, private school, h. 

171 Winsor 
" Mry E., widow, b. 29 Everett 
" Robert R., dentist, 432 Harvard, h. 

834 Main 
" Wm. A., h. 14 Worcester 
" William H., clerk (34 Summer, B.) 
bds. 233£ Broadway 
Andros Henry S., apothecary, 641 Main, h. 

1 1 Temple 
Anezin Augustine F., clerk, 209 Broadway. 

boards 2 Market 
Angel John, cooper, C. H. North & Co., 

(Somerville) h. 2 Ninth 
Angell George T\, S. F. P. C. T. A., rooms 
97 Lake 

View avenue [tern av. 

Angello Antonio, compositor, bds. 121 Wes- 
Anglin James, laborer, Gas Co.'s Works, 
Third, h. 34 Banks 
" Michael foreman Gas Co.'s Works, 
Third, house 24 Flagg 
Angust Robert, moulder, 356 Main 
Annable John F., coffees (38 Broad, B.), 

boards 32 Lee 
Annan William H., lawyer, bds. 7 Holyoke 
Ansell Stephen H., painter, house 6 Rogers' 
block, Washington 
" Wm. Mrs., h. 225 Broadway, suite 1 
Anselm John H., shoemaker, 158 Harvard, 
house do. 
" Louis J., wood printer, Rideout block 
State, house 189 Broadway 
Ansley Eliza Miss, house 365 Main 

" Wm. S., telegraph operator, boards 
365 Main 



Anthony Charles, foreman of key fitter-. 
189 Broadway, house u'.t sixth 
M Charles A., piano maker, b. 57 Sixth 
11 Lewis A., bookkeeper R. C. II., li. & 
L. depot, Causeway, B. , bouse S 
Worcester 
" Samuel L., cook (B.), h. llo Winsor 
11 Wm. A. (69 Purchase, li.;. bonne 860 
Main 
Apel Frederick, police station 8, h. 158 Otis 
Appleby George A., key finisher, 187 Broad- 
way, boards 65 Elm 
" Mark II., day watchman American 
Rubber Co.. h. 85 Kim 

APPLECJATE A. JIDSON, jew- 
eler, 571 Main, h. 17b Putnam ave. 
(see page 4) 
Appleton Charles T. P., shoes (13 Court. 
B.), house 57 Dana 
" C. Frank, boots and shoes (13 Court, 
B.), h. 3 Ellsworth a v. 

APPLETON JOHN H M counsel 
or-at-law (23 Court, room 93, B.), h. 
361 Harvard (see page 502) 
" Warren J., sign painter (292 Wash.. 
B.), house 12 Cottage 
Applin Clarence S., salesman (27 Sudbury, 
B.), house 131 North av. 
" Delia M. Miss, h. 7 Dover 
" Sumner, furniture mnfr. (27 Sudbury 
B.), h. 131 North avenue 
Apsey George W., clerk Camb. Water 
Board, City Hall, bds. 11 Cogswell 
avenue 
" Wm. S. Rev., pastor North Cambridge 
Baptist Society, h. 11 Cogswell ave. 
Aquilar Anthony, compositor, Riverside 
Press [B.), h. 9 Park 

Arakelyan Jacob J., printer (226 Franklin, 
Arbuckle Barney, cook, 108 Cambridge, 

boards do. 
Archambeau Alfred, second-hand clothing, 

4 Brattle, house 87 Wendell 
Archdale Wm. C. messenger (Adams Ex. 

Co.. B.), h. 513 Cambridge 
Archer Ellen M. Mrs., copyist, Otis, cor. 

Second, rooms 133 Otis 

Archibald John, shoemaker, h. r. 152 Pearl 

" John, teamster, bds. 81 Broadway 

" Robert, machinist, h. 81 Broadway 

Arenstrup John A. C, cabinet maker, 384 

Main. h. 121 Harvard 
Arentzen James W., piano finisher, 284 

Main, house at Hyde Park 
Arey Alimira C. Mrs., milliner, 16 Howard, 
house do. 
" Reuben, leather (39 High, B.), house 
Washington avenue, near Arlington 
Arkerson Catherine Mrs. . h. 10 Foster 
" Francis, rope maker, house 88 Web- 
ster avenue 
" George W.. book-keeper (53 Devon- 
shire, room 4, B.), h. S5 River 



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Akerson Leonard, cordage mnfr. (Western 
avenue, Brighton), h. 85 River 
" Rocelia C. Mrs., variety store, 77 

Pleasant, h. 67 Western avenue 

" Wra. H., clerk, 77 Pleasant, house 67 

Western avenue 

Armon Samuel, rms. 52£ Green [Otis 

Arms Jennie M. Miss, teacher (B), bds. 73 

Armstead Chaney, widow, house rear 358 

Broadway 
Armstrong Charles (Armstrong & Co.), 
l't'iographer, Riverside Press, h. at 
Allston 
" Prank J., piano action maker, 13S 

Broadway, h. 165 Harvard 
" Henrietta, widow, of John, dining 

room, 463 Main, h. 464 do. 
" Henry H., traveling salesman (43 

Summer, B.), bds. 56 Trowbridge 
" Henry V., polisher, 162 Broadway, h. 
72 Winsor [Jay 

" Irwin, janitor, Riverside school, h. 32 
" Irwin, jr., laborer, bds. 32 Jay 
" James, laborer, h. rear 31 Porter 
" James, tinsmith, h. 265 Sidney 
" James W., cabinet maker, 14 Gore, 

h. at Greenwood 
" Jane, widow of James, h. 25 Mill 
" Janet I., widow of Richard, house 72 

Pairmont 
" John, feeder, Camb. R. R. Co., Har- 
vard square stable 
" Osmon S., book binder, Riverside 

Press, h 56 Trowbridge 
" Wra., hostler Camb. R. R. Co., stable 

251 Cambridge 
" Wra., marble worker (B), h. 1 Chest- 
nut Park 
" & Co. (Charles Armstrong), litho- 
graphers, Riverside Press 
Arnaud Wra. S., supt. P. 0., 611 Main, h. 

41 Hamilton 
Ames Otto, wood moulder, Woodbury bldg., 

Otis, h. at Boston 
Arno John, grocer, 46 Auburn, house 31 

Brookline 
Arnold Alfred C, bds. 10 Frisbie place 

Ann, wid. of Joseph, h. 156 Pleasant 
Augustus L., music teacher (449 

Wash. B.), h. 109 Inman 

Clinton S., draughtsman (B.), bds. 23 

Wallace [642 Main, h. 5 Park 

Burt, editor and prop., Kaleidoscope, 

Edward L., leather com. merchant 

(221 Purchase, B.), bds. 741 Main 
Elbridge W., teamster, r. 75 Bridge, 

h. rear 152 Prospect 
Frank J., trav. salesman, bds 5 Park 
George, nurse, h. 46 North avenue 
George A., asst. librarian, Law 

School H. U., h. 713 Cambridge 
Geo. B., mnfr., h. 27 Ellsworth ave. 
Geo. B., teamster (B), h. 12 Eighth 



Arnold George Francis, asst. in library, H. 
U. , house 3 James 
Jane Miss, dressmaker, h. 94 Auburn 
John H., librarian, Law School, H. 

U., h. 10 Frisbie place 
Joseph 0., sawyer, bds. 97 Winsor 
Joseph W., salesman (123 Pearl, B.), 

bds. 5 Park 
Samuel S., leather (14 Matthews, B.) 
house 741 Main 
Sarah S., Miss, forewoman (25 Arch, 

B.), bds. 25 Erie 
Thomas, carpenter, h. 97 Winsor 
Thomas, wood carver, h. 73 Third 
Urban E., buyer (518 Wash., B.). b. 
5 Park [Main, bds. 5 Park 

at Kaleidoscope office, 642 
at 17 Main 
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" Walter H. 
Aronson Gnstaf 
Artesani Alfred. 

house 107 Pleasant 
Arthur George S., teamster, h 
" Samuel M. , pressman 

Press, h. 40 Holvoke 
" Ward, clerk, 423 Main, bds. 4 Kin 
naird place 
Ash Francis, mill hand, 162 Broadway 
113 Charles 
" James, plasterer, b. 127 Webster av 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 127 Web 

ster avenue 
" Samuel T., wood moulder. 162 Broad 

way, house 145i Columbia 
" Wm. H., mill hand, 162 Broadway, h 
145^ Columbia 
Ashbacher Godliffe, baker, 215 Camb., bds 

2 13 do. 
Ashburner Anne Miss, h. 71 Kirkland 

" Grace Mi»s, h. 71 Kirkland 
Ashcroft Henry B. P., book-keeper, 
Putnam av., h. at South Boston 
" John, slipper maker, b. 27 Sidney 
" Mary, widow of Joseph, house 

Sidney 
" Mary E. Miss, teacher, b. 27 Sidney 
Ashford James, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co. 
Asp Alfred T., piano case maker, 162 
Broadway, bds. 13 Clark 
" Gustave A., tailor, h. 86 Washington 
Atchison Wm. E., iron moulder, Third, c. 

Bent, bds. Mansion House 
Athearn Lydia R., widow of James F., h. 
39 Essex 
" Susan F. , teacher Harvard grammar 
school, boards 39 Essex 
Atherton A. H., foreman of coopers 169 
Gore 
" Chas. H., boot finisher. Riverside 

bindery, b. 56 Fairmont 
" Lewis B., painter, h. 124 Spring 
" Mary J., widow of Charles, hi use 56 
Fairmont [way 

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ATKINS CHARLES, paper-hang 
er, *63i Main, h. 
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Atkins Edward, laborer, 
block, Main 
" Edward, mason, bds. 
" Thomas, carpenter, 1 
" Walter 1)., dry pressman, 

Tress, h. 20 DeWolf 
'* William, iron moulder, boards Ma- 

sion House 
" Willian , h. 85 Gore 
Atkinson Andrew, coal and wood, 7 Western 
avenue, h. 147 Columbia 
" John S., button maker, bouse 36 

Fairmont 
" Mary R., Mrs., b. 17 Sacramento 
" Thomar, h. 17 Sacramento 
" William, paeker, 162 Broadway, h. 
392J Cambridge [4 Sidney 

Attner Thomas F., elerk (28 High, B.), h. 
" Thomas G., tailor (488 Washington, 
B.}, house 4 Sidney 
Attridge John, teamster, 113 Bridge, 

boards 152 do. 
Attwill Richard I., U. S. storekeeper (73 

P. O., building, B.), b. 6 Hamilton 
Atwood Annie D, Miss, h. 25 Clinton 

" Benjamin F., bookkeeper (67 Sum- 
mer, B), h. 5 Chester 
" Charles H., h. 183 Otis 

ATWOOD »AVI1>, oysters (32 
Faneuil Hall sq.. and 152 Atiantie 
ave..B), h. 99 Magazine (see page 
499) [vard 

Atwood Horaee F., clerk (B), b. 325 Har- 
" Josiah C, oyster dealer (B), h. 88 
Auburn 
Aubrey Addie Miss, collar maker, 10 Arrow 
Aubry John furn. trimmer, Otis, c. First, 

h; 35 S venth 
Auford George, cigar maker, bds. 534 Main 
Auger Edward P., varnisher, rooms 117 

Thorndike 
Augustine Joseph Desire, porter (19 Ex- 
change, B.), h. 20 urdock 
August Andrew, millman, Woodbury build- 
ing, Otis 
" Jesse, furniture 
c. Thorndike, h 
" Manuel, laborer, 

36 Cambridge 
" Robert, molder, 356 Main 
Augustus Alexander, hairdresser, 421 Cam- 
bridge, bds. do. 
Auld Edward P., asst. baggage master 
(Eastern Div. B. & M. R, R., B.), 
house 105 Bridge 
Austin Alexander A., hairdresser (B), h. 
18 Brookline [Chestnut Park 

" Bridget, widow of James, house 5 
" Charles A., brush manufacturer, (26 
High, B.), h. 108 Thorndike 



varnisher, Second, 
. 3 Lowland a^ e. 
Otis, cor. First, h. 



Austin Charles II.. newspapers, boardc 

Thorndike 
" Emily, urid. of Robert, h. 97 Austin 
" George M.. bookkeeper no* 1. H. 

market, li.;, bds. 1'."; I' (; irl 
'■ .John A., conductor Camb. R. R. ( .... 

house at Water town 
Nathan N., foreman John l'e<rdon & 

Sons. Waverly, b. 196 Pearl 
" S. C Mrs., Ids. North ave.. corner 

Garfield 

" Thomas, liar keeper (6 Black-tone, 

B.)i bds. 5 Chestnut Park 
" Thomas, laborer. Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 61 Spring 
Authier Azarie L., h. Crescent av. ,18". Camb. 
" Ezra, hairdresser (Watertown), h. 

Emerson block, Crescent ave. 
; ' Jo^eph O. (Authier & Harry J, grocer, 

89 Rice, h. Reed. c. Dudley 
" & Hardy (Joseph Authier and Napo- 
leon Hardy), grocers. 30 Rice 
Averell Leonard M , whiting, etc. (64 

Broad, B.), h. 345 Broad way 
Averill John, city laborer, h. 95 Tremont 
" Jos., city carpenter, h. 114 Norfolk 
" Lucy J., widow, h. 63 Inman 
Avery Albert, conductor Camb. R. R. Co., 
h. 9 Frank [63 Cherry 

" Caroline J., widow of Jabez, house 
" Ella R. Mrs., teacher Lassell primary 

school, boards 3 Sixth 
" Frank E., carpenter, B. & L. R. R., 

shop h. at Wilmington 

" George F., agent 112 Charles, rooms 

116 Spring [Broadway 

" John, gate tender, 169 Gore, h. 32 

" Joseph, cutter's helper Am. Rubber 

Co., beards 1 Third 
" J. A., conductor Camb. R. R. Co. 
" J. Wallace, produce, h. 8 Salem 
" Nicholas F., cutter's helper. Am. 

Rubber Co., h. 1 Third 
" William, cutter's helper, Am. Rubber 
Co., bds. 1 Third 
Axtell Edward, waiter, h. 33 Baldwii 
Axtman Albert A., wood engraver's appren- 
tice (B), bds. rear 46 Spring 
John', die maker, Third, c. Potter, 

house rear 46 Spring 
John L., wood turner. 44 Cambridge, 

house rear 97 Sixth 
Louis A., die maker's apprentice. 
Third, c. Potter, bds. r. 4(i Spring 
Ayer Carrie Mrs., boards 19 Hilliard 

Olive, widow of Henry, h. 7 Dover 
Ayers Andrew J., carpenter Camb. laundry, 
house 141 Franklin 
Ann, widow of William, h. 106 Otis 
Catherine, widow of Thomas, house 
65 Elm [65 Elm 

John T., laborer, 184 Broadway, bds. 
Thomas, wood carver (Chas'n), h. 
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Ayers William F., cabinet-maker (B), h. 

106 Otis 
" see Ay res [Henry 

Aylesworth Frank P., hair worker, bds. 94 
Aylward James, liquors, 6 Gore, h. do. 
" James F., law student, H. U., boards 

6 Gore 
" John J., clerk (13 Otis, B.),b. 6 Gore 
" Richard, teamster (112 So. Market, 

B.), house 449 Cambridge 
" Richard B., conductor Camb. R. R. 

Co., bds. 449 Cambridge 
" Richard H., salesman (13 Otis, B.) 

boards 6 Gore 
" Wm. J., carpenter, h. 39 Harvey 
Ayres Frank H., clerk, 904 Main, boards 

902 do. [902 do. 

" Isaac H., livery stable, 904 Main, h. 
" Thomas A., lawj r er (3(57 Washington, 

B.), h. Appleton, opp. Saville 
" see Ayers, also Eayrs 

BABBITT ALBERT, bronzer (791 Tre- 
mont, B.), h. 105 Prospect 
" Chas. A., wood turner. 131 Broadway, 

h. 96 Columbia 
" Maria Mrs., b. 16 Wendell 
Babcock Frank H., varnish mnfr. (Western 
avenue, Allston), b. 15 Magazine 
-" GeorgianaMrs., dressmaker, 20 Pearl 
house do. [20Flagg 

" Hiram, waiter, Memorial Hall, rooms 
" Lysander F., varnish mnfr. (2 Liber- 
ty sq., B.), h. 132 Austin 
' s Theron E., clerk, 649 Main, boards 

20 Western avenue 
" Wm. A., compositor (31 State, B.), 
house 10 Tufts 
Babin Chas., laborer, h. 132 Webster av. 
" Desire, shoemaker, 176 Gore, h. 17 
Warren [R. R. 

" Simon, laborer, h. Concord av., n. F. 
Baccigalupi Stephen, fruit, Harvard sq., c. 

Brattle, h. 40 Boylston 
Bachelder Samuel H., clerk (118 Leverett, 
B.),h. 40 Third 
" see Batchelder [h. do. 

Bachmann Herman, lager beer, 56 Camb., 

" John, cabinet maker, h. 26 Vine 
Backoff F., lithographer, Rivsrside Press 
Backus Edward F., electrician (50 Pearl, 

B.), h. 37 Pearl 
Bacon Chas. E., laundry (291 Dorchester, 
S. B.), boards 192 Cambridge 
E. C, machinist, 225 Bridge, house 

at Dorchester 
Francis H., architect (98 Wash., B.), 

house 19 Follen 
Fred H., piano tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at So. Boston 
Geo. H. Mrs., h. 115 Charles 
Harry S., watchmaker, 173 North av. 

b. at Somerville 
llattie A., widow, b. 72 Prospect 



Bacon James P., stenographer (27 Pemb. 
sq. B.), h. 92 Inman 

" Jas. S., porter, B. & A. R. R. (Knee- 
land, B.), h. 2 Essex court 

" James W., clerk (94 High, Bj, bds. 
123 Elm 

" Jason, rooms 57 Fourth 

" John D., h. 20 Elm 

" John F., watchmaker, 173 North av., 
boards at Somerville 

" John G.. carriage painter, Church, h. 
19 Wallace 

" Leonard R., weigher, Richardson & 
Bacon, foot Dunster, h. (85 Orch- 
ard, West Somerville) 

" Lucy A., widow of Warren, h. 17 Lee 

" Margaret A., widow, h. 123 Elm 

" Maria J. Miss, teacher, Boardrhan 
primary school, b. 315 Broadway 

" Mary A., widow of Henry A., h. 315 
Broadway 

" M. Clinton (Richardson & Bacon), 
coal, etc., College wharf , foot Dun- 
ster, h. (85 Orchard, West Somer- 
ville) 

" Oliver, cabinetmaker, Otis, c. First, 
house at Somerville 

" Sophronia F. Mrs., h. 513 Cambridge 

" Walter F. (F. H. Market, B.), h. 20 
Lee 
Badger Henrv C. Rev., h. 7 Summer 

" Wm. C. H. (Daniels, Badger & Co.), 
furniture mnfr., Woodbury bldg., 
Otis, h. at Boston 
Baer John, at C. H. North & Co. (Somer- 
ville), h. 27 Vine 

" John W., cooper, b. 125 Harvard 

" JohnY., laborer, C. H. North & Co. 
(Somerville), rooms 82 Fifth 

" Sophia, wid. of John, boarding-house 
125 Harvard 

" see Bear also, Baier 
Bagley Cornelius, laborer, h. 36 Reed 

" Mary, widow of Charles, house 257 
Franklin [Websterav. 

" Mary A., widow of John, house 137 

" Orrison, conductor, Charles R. St. 
Ry. Co., b. 157 Prospect 

" see Begley 
Bahen Dennis, brass worker, Otis, near 

First, boards 56 Second 
Baier Fred J., carriage maker, b. 15 Second 
Bailey Albert D., engineer, B. & L. R. R. 
h. 64 Thorndike 

" Alfred, mason, h. Waverly, east of 
Fort Washington [25 Erie 

" Alfred J., letter carrier(P. O., B.), h. 

" Bridget Mrs., h. 50 Market 

" B. F. Mrs., h. 25 Mt. Auburn 

" C. H., lithographer, Riverside Press 

" Frank E., clerk, 180 Main, boards 39 
Howard 

«* Frank O., meats (48 No. Market, B.) 
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Bailey F. L., student, II. U., boards 25 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Geo. A., paper ruler (50 Arch, B.), 

h. 1 Union place 
" Henry, painter, h. 31 Front 
" Henry L., student. II. [J.,b. 15 Elmer 
" Isaiah, mason, h. 64 Waverly 
" Jacob L. (J. L. Bailey & Sons), mort 

page broker, 67 Camb., bouse 39 

Second 

BAILEY J. JL. & SONS (Jacob L., 
Sami.el W., and Wm. S. Bailey), 
stoves, furnaces, etc., and mortgage 
brokers, 67 Camb. (see p. 470) 

" Levi, upbolsterer, 155 Nortli av., h. 
at Waltham 

" Maria, widow of Lewis, h. 15 Elmer 

" Oakley H. (O. H. Bailey & Co.), 
publisher, 83 Inman. h. do. 

■■ O. H. & Co. (Oakley H. Bailey), map 
publishers, 83 Inman 

11 Samuel W. (J. L. Bailey & Sons), 
house furnishing goods, 67 Camb., 
h. 39 Second 

" Sara A. Miss, teacher, Allston gram- 
mar school, b. 16 Prospect 

" Theodore A., tinman, h. 64 "Waverly 

" Thomas B., American Bell Telephone 
Co. (95 Milk, room 5 , B.), house 7 
Hampshire pi. 

" Walter B., driver Boston Ice Co., 
Prison Point, h. at Chas'n 

" Wm. D., laborer, B. & L. R.R. shop 

" Wm. Silas (J. L. Bailey & Sons), 
stoves, furniture, etc, 67 Cambridge, 
L.U04 Cambridge 

11 see Bayley 
Bailot August, h. Hawkins block, Charles 
Bain J., driver, Cambridge R. R. Co. 
Baird Charles Wm., express (48 North, B.) 
h. 100 Spring 

" James, laborer (B.), h. 45 Porter 

" see Beard 
Baker Abijah, bds. 57 Pearl 

" Albert, woodworker, h. 142 Bridge 

" Albert W., waiter, h. 4 Village 

" Alfred, brush maker (B.) h. Harvey, 
n. Jaekson [Essex 

" Alfred E., painter, 18 Pearl, h. 26 

" Arthur L., skate repairer, Harvard 
Skating Rink, bds. 848 Main 

" Arven T., engineer. H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 15 Baldwin 

" Asa, laborer, h. 19 Pine 

" A. Wm., harness maker, 87 and 89 
Main, h. 2 Harvard place 

" B. F. packer Amer. Rubber Co., Ninth 

" ( aherine C. Mrs., b. 2 Holmes pi. 

" Charles A., salesman (178 Commer- 
cial B.), h. 61 Chestnut 

,' Charles E., fjreman of foundry (164 
Rusrgles, B.) lr 53 Moore 

" Charles L. W., foreman (High. cor. 
Purchase, B.) h. 169 Prospect 



Baker C. Alice- Miss, bd». 2 II >lme« place 
" Ebenezer, milkman, (B) b. 15 Park 
" Edgar P., clerk, 513 Main, h. 43 Nor- 
folk 

" Edward, waiter, (4 Winter place. B.) 

house 40 Broadway 
" Edward II., Austiu C. Wellington 

Coal Co. (17 Congress, B.), boards 

1 12 Lake View a\ e. 
" Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, bouse 

91 Gore [Magee 

11 Elbridge, driver cracker wagon, b. 10 
" Elijah E., pattern maker, h. 179 Main 
" Frederick, gardener, Botanic Garden 

Garden cor. Linnsean, bds. do. 
" Frederick G., driver, bds. 19 Pine 
" George M., tow-man (Met. B.K., B.) 

bds. 142 Bridge 
" Granville, wholesale fruits (1 Mer- 
chants row, B.), h. 26 Lee 
" Hannah P.. widow of William S., h. 

20£ Bigel >w 
" John F., britannia worker, Otis, near 

First, house 55 Elm 
" John O.. musical string winder, 368 

Main, bds., 19 Pine 
" J. L., conductor, Chas. R. St. R'y Co. 
" Lydia T. Miss, h. 6 Perry 
" Moore, b. 94 Magazine 
" Nathan W. , bds. 112 Lake View ave. 
" Nathaniel, expressman (B.), house 3 

Berkshire [7 Carson 

" Nicholas, cooper, 169 Gore, h. rear 
" Osborne H., organ varnisher, 162 

Broadway, h. 19 Pine 
" Robert, laborer, First, near Spring, 

h. at Boston 
" Stephen, carpenter, h. Crescent ave. 
" Susan Miss, dressmaker, 14 Antrim, 

h. do. 
" Thomas A., helper U. S. Mail wagon, 

44 Bridge, bds. 104 do. 
" Thomas B., iceman, h. 18 Gore 
" Walter W., organ pire ra-ker, 37 

Fifth and 103 Gore. bds. 91 Gore 
" Washington I., traveling agent (179 

Washington, B.), h. 15 Green 
" Wenddon, h. Ill Spring 
" Wm. A., stock broker (42 Water B.), 

h. 30 Park 
" Wm. L, machinist, bds. lo Baldwin 
4i William P., shipper (26 Merchants 

Row, B.), h 8i> Gore 
Balcer William P., machine hand, 162 

Broadway, h. 7 Franklin 
Balch Amy M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 40 

Austin 
" Amy M. Mrs., bds. 697 Main 
" Augusta L. Miss, teacher, of drawing 

in public schools* bds. 52 Auburn 
" George L.. janitor Matthews Hall, h. 

109 Ellery 
," Israel D., provisions, 86 Cambridge, 

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Balch John E., salesman, 430 Harvard, 

bds. 109 Ellery 
" John H., salesman (87 Court, B.), ». 

44 Shepard 
" Louis L., clerk (2 Liberty square, 

B.), hds. 52 Auburn 
" Moses P., watchmaker, h. 52 Auburn 

BALCOM ARTHUR W., plumb- 
er, 1 Austin, bds. Ross House (see 

page 475) [Sixth 

" Frank M., lamp shades, &c, house 28 
" Frederic J., clerk, 192 Cambridge, b. 

23 Sixth 
" Stephen W., b. 771 Main 
Baldrey Charles K., clerk (73 So. Market, 

B.), b. 121 Thorndike 
" Stephen, teamster (49 South Market, 

B.), h. 121 Thorndike 
" Wm. F., clerk (73 South Market, 

B.), b. 121 Thorndike 
Baldwin Alice G. Miss, b. 41 Clark 

" Benjamin G., clerk, 148 North ave., 

bds. 1 Emerson block, Mt. Pleasant 
" Charles S. Mrs., h, 113 Auburn 
" Elizabeth J. Miss, teacher, bds. 113 

Auburn 
" James W., produce (114 South Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 1 Emerson block, Mt. 

Pleasant 
" Joseph F., laundry machinery (50 

Union, B.),h. 43 Western avenue 
" Lewis F., book-keeper (34 North, B.) 

boards 41 Clark 
" Lizzie J., teacher Dana School 
" Louisa A. Mrs., h. 12 Ash-st. place 
" Maria L. Miss, teacher Agassiz schoo 

h. 41 Clark 
" Nicholas, engineer and janitor, Memo- 
rial Hall, house 28 Dunster 
" Richard, carpenter, H. U., house 10 

HilJi L rd place 
Balentine Robert, tinsmith, 153 Putnam av. 

house 25 Hancock [Porter 

Balfe Annie, widow of Patrick, house 41 

" John, millhand 162 Broadway, h. 41 

Porter 
Balfour James, bread store, 33 River, h. at 

Boston 
Ball Calvin S., provisions (3 Union market 

B.), K 18 Pleasant [Amory 

" Charles M., trav. s desman, house 21 

Ball Edward, grocer, 81 Spring, house 92 

Fourth 
" Elijah, baker, 3 Austin, bds. do. 
" Elijah, h. 145 Mt. Auburn 
•' Eliza F., widow of Micah, h. 9 Fifth 
; ' Fannie Mrs., housekeeper 21 Centre, 

bds. do. 
iS Geo. M., book-keeper (146 Congress, 

Boston), h. 202 Putnam avenue 
" Harry P., clerk (127 State, B), bds. 

3 Austin [h. 193 Putnam ave. 

" . James H., clerk (13 Broad, Boston), 



Ball JohnL., h. 256 Sidney 

" Joseph A., clerk, (52 Central B), h. 
63 Chestnut [tin 

" Joseph G., baker, 601 Main, h. 3 Aus- 

" Mary J. Miss, organist St. Mary's 
church and music teacher, 92 Fourth 
h. do. 

" Nellie F., Miss, teacher Lassell pri- 
mary school, b. 92 Fourth 

" T. Henry stationer ^49 Court, B.), 
bds. 123 Otis 

" T. Joseph, medical student H. U., 
bds. 92 Fourth 

" Walter, teamster (B), bds. 9 Fifth 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, h. 25 De Wolf 
Ballard Frances W. Miss, dressmaker, h. 
14 Eliot 

" Joseph, clerk Lyceum building, Har- 
vard sq., rooms, 60 Boylston 
Ballou Flavius J., journalist, bds. 465 Main 

" George, carriage painter, N. Camb., 
bds. at Arlington 
Balmer John, upholsterer, h. 12 Appain-way 

" John E., liorse shoer, 9 Church, bds. 
16 Oak 

" Richard, upholsterer, 23 Brattle, h. 
119 Mt. Auburn [16 Oak 

" William, horseshoer, 9 Church, house 
Balsor Frederick T., conductor, C. R. St. 

Ry. Co., bds. 61 Howard 
Bancroft Bridget, wid. of Benj., h. 229 Main 

" Eliza V. Mrs., (Bancroft & Hay- 
ward), fancy goods, 439 Cambridge 
h. at Melrose 

" Jacob, law student, rms. 380 Harvard 

" Joel C, express, Somerville avenue, 
n. Porter's station, and (15 Devon- 
shire, B), bds. Porter's Hotel 

" Joseph H., paper-hangings (119 and 
121 Hanover, B.), h. 3«0 Harvard 

" Robert B., Tenderer (Western ave., 
B.), h. 6 River 

" Wm. A., lawyer and notary public (15 
Pemberton sq., B.) and supt. C. R. 
R. Co., 3 Harvard sq., h. 27 Putnam 
ave. 

" & Hay ward (Mrs. Eliza V. Bancroft 
and Miss Elizabeth C. Hay ward), 
fancy goods, 439 Cambridge 
Bane John, driver, C. R. R. Co., rooms 12 

Dunster 
Banfield Sarah, widow, h. 79 Thorndike 
Bang Eliza A., widow of Jacob N. , house 
84 Winsor 

" George A., h. 84 Winsor 
Bangs Charles A., printer (9L Oliver, B.), 
h. 33 Second 

" Charles A., h. 10 Dana [Inman 

" Charles H., trav. salesman, h. Ill 

" Charles W., chair painter, (Fulton, 
B.), h. 156 Cambridge 

" Helen B. Miss, bds. 10 Dana 

" Lincoln Mrs., h. 10 Dana 

•' Sylvanus, clerk, 153 Gore 



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Banham Berbert, clerk, 383 Main, boards 

:>74 do. 
Banks Eliza, widow of Robert, b. 267 Put- 
nam avenue 
" James II., porter, b. 139 Columbia 
" Joshua, tailor, 8 Boylston, bds. 1 

Garden 
11 Matthew, laborer, h. 31 Brewery 
14 Parker, printer, University Press, h. 

61 Oxford 
" Robert, stamper, Third, c. Better, b. 

267 Putnam ave. 
11 Robert C, janitor. Webster school, 

h. 13 Walnut court 
Bannan Bridget, widow of Michael, h. 39 

Banks 
" Francis, car repairer, bds. 39 Banks 
" James, hostler, 15 Church, boards 88 

Mt. Auburn 
11 Michael, hostler, 15 Church, boards 

39 Banks [Dunster 

" Philip, hostler, 15 Church, house 28 
Bannister George P., box nailer, 3 Hamp- 
shire, h. 414 Main 
" James, peddler, h. r. 382 Cambridge 
" John J., painter, h. r. 35 Green 
" Thomas H., painter, 157£ North ave. 
Barber Granville S., driver, 502 Main, bds 

180 Harvard [180 Harvard 

" Robert, iron moulder, Pelham, house 
" Walter E., clerk, 126 Cambridge, 

rooms 140 Otis 
Barbey Christina D., Miss, teacher, Sargent 

primary school, b. 16 Lincoln 
" Jacob A.*, baker (So. Boston), h. 16 

Lincoln 
" Jacob A., jr., clerk (Post Office sq. , 

B.), bds. 16 Lincoln 
Barbour Abram, baker, h. 65 Brookline 
" Alfred L. , sec. and treas. Cambridge 

Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 555 Main, h. 

at West Newton 
" Frank H., dis. clerk, Shawmut Nat. 

Bank (60 Congress, B.), boards 12 

Ellery 
" Fred F., student, bds. 14 Cottage 
" John N„ h. 39 Chestnut 
" Lovisa H., widow of James S., h. 12 

Ellery 
11 Walworth O. (Walworth O. Barbour 

& Co.;, iron founder 356 Main, h. 

12 Amory 
Barbour Walworth O. & Co. (Walworth O. 

Barbour, Alfred Morrill and Albert 

F. Allen), iron founders. 356 Main 

BARBOUR WIXL.IAUI S., city 
engineer, office City Hall, 660 Main, 
h. 14 Cottage 
Barcelo Raphael J., book binder, Riverside 

Press, h. 39 Jay 
Barden Jonn, carpenter, h, 110 Charles 
Bardwell Frank N., furniture (19 Charles- 
town, B.), h. 2l£ Inman 



Barker Alexari-k-r A . gate-keeper, rear en- 
trance Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

27 Cushing 
" A. C, organ rarnisher, 162 Broadway. 

b. at Boston 
11 Charles E.. painter (81 Province B 

bouse 44 Pioneer avenue 
" Charles P., talesman (33 Wendell, 

B.), bds. B Houghton 
" Francis, clerk, bds. 8 Houghton 
11 Frank N.. machinist, bds. 112 Concord 

avenue 
" Fred, driver, 43 Pi-e, bds. 44 do. 
" George L., carpenter, bds. 112 Con- 
cord avenue 
" George T., h. 59 Fairmont 
" George T., Jr., printer Riverside 

Press, bds. 59 Fairmont 
" Henry A., clerk (39 Avon, B.), house 

33 Cogswell ave. 
" Hugh T., confectioner, 503 Main. 

house 77 Inman 
" Isaiah, shoemaker, bds. 8 Houghton 
" James, shoemaker, h. 8 Houghton 
" James E., driver Camb. R. R. Co.. 

bds. 15 Eliot 
" John, carpenter, h. 48 Linnaean 
" John Jr., comedian (56 Washington. 

B.), h. 123 Hampshire 
" John H., herdic driver, h. 105 Kin- 

naird 
" John M., carpenter, h. 57 Fairmont 
" Joseph, watchman, h. 186 Hampshire 
" Joseph D., time keeper C. W. W.. b. 

112 Concord ave. 
" Joshua E., hostler, h. 2 Hastings 
" Samuel F., trav. salesman (N. Y.). 

h. 202 Harvard 
" Thomas J., coffin maker, 203 Bridge. 

h. at Somerville 
" Thomas J. Jr., coffin maker, 203 

Bridge, h. at Somerville 
" Wm. H.. carpenter, h. 41 Vine 
Barkman John, machini-t (B), h. 48 Union 
Barlow Archer H., waiter (10 Brattle, B.). 

house 70 Elm 
" Mary, widow of Edward, h. 33 West 
Barnaby Ralph V. .blacksmith, h. 658 Main 
Barnard Alice If., book sewer, bds. 270 

Putnam avenue 
" Charles G. , clerk, Main, junction 

Wash, bds. 1 Rogers' block. Main 
" Edward A., lithographer. Riverside 

Press, rooms 17 Magazine 
" Felipe, cigars and tobacco, 175 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
" George Jr., teamster, 399 Main, house 

13 Pine 
11 Mary Mrs., nurse, h. 13 Pine 
" OrinA., supt. U.S. Mail stable, 46 

Bridge, h. at Charlestown 
" Rhoda A. M., widow of Albert, house 

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Bernard Solomon H., clerk (So. Market , 
cor. Com'l, B.), h. 29 Sidney 
" T. S. Miss, book keeper, 17 Brattle, 

bds. Pearl, cor. Franklin 
" Wm. G., laborer, h. 270 Putnam ave. 
Barnes Albert M., merchant (11 India, B.), 
h. 81 North avenue 
" A. W., driver U. S. Mail wagon, 
44 Bridge rooms 85 Bridge [ham 
" Charles R., Professor, b. 14 Bucking- 
" David H , driver, h. 18 Jay 
" Edward R., bookkeeper (122 Tre- 

mont, B.), bds. 60 Norfolk 
" Prank B., brakeman, B. & L. R. R., 

house 5 East 
" James, hostler, C. R. R. Co., h. 20 

Harvard 
" James, gardener, h. 1 Norfolk court , 
" James, proprietor Inman Square hotel, 

Inman square, h. do. 

•« John, i.ote teller, Merchants' Nat. 

Bank (28 S ate, B.), house 31 Bow- 

doin [Elm 

" John, waiter Inman sq. hotel, h. r.127 

44 Linda B., widow of Asa, house 19 

Shepard 
" Mary A. Miss, h. 14 Rockwell 
" William W., elevator attendant (87 

Milk, B.), h. 60 Norfolk 
' ' Winslow B. , shoemaker, h. 60 Norfolk 
Barnett Alexander, cigar maker (B), house 
65 Brookline [tie 

" Mary, widow of Louis, h. r. 69 Brat- 
Barney Charles, driver Camb. R. R. Co., 
boards 38 Antrim [son 

Barnum David, hostler, h. Harvey, c. Jack- 
Baron Herman A. C, brush maker, house 
9 Portland 
" see Barron 
Barr Arthur H., bookkeeper (B), boards 
104 Magazine [104 Magazine 

44 A. Lyman, tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 
" Catharine Miss. bds. 17 Winthrop 
" David L., printer, h. 344 Pearl 
" James, hostler, 665£ Main, b. 544 do. 
Barr Jane, widow of Peter, h. 346 Pearl 
" Oliver J., compositor, b. 346 Pearl 
44 Peter A., book finisher, Riverside 

Press, h. 20 Mt. Auburn 
44 Robert TV, compositor (B.), boards 
346 Pearl 
Barrell James S., master, Harvard grammar 

school, house 342 Broadway 
Barrett Angeline L. Miss, b. 4 Wallace 
" Bridget, widow of John, h. 8 North 
44 Edward G. , sexton, St. Paul's church 

(134Tremont, B.), h. 11 Wallace 
44 Henry, photographer, 110 Camb., h. 

62 Winter 
" James, salesman, C. M. Hovey, h. 

Lynde, near Cambridge 
44 Johanna, widow of John, house 7 
Lechmere place 



Barrett John, dyer, h. 247 Putnam avenue 

" John, laborer, 169 Gore, house 7 

Porter [85 Bridge 

44 John, section man, B. & L. R. R. , b. 

M Michae , carriage washer, house 159 

Winsor 
" Michael, h. 16 Arlington 
44 Michael J., liquors, 238 Cambridge, 

house 2 Ninth 
" Patrick, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

house 8 North 
44 Thomas, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

boards 27£ Gore 
14 Timothy, laborer, h. 3 Porter 
Barrieau Anthony Mrs., h. 242 Camb. 
44 Lawrence, harness maker (45 North 
Market, B.), and 163 Camb., h. do. 
Barrier Geo., coppersmith (B.), house 128 

Norfolk 
Barrigan John, hostler, Murray St. stable, 

Camb. R. R. Co., h. at Somerville 
Barrington Chas. H., druggist, 156 Camb. 
h. 53 Austin 
" Elizabeth B. Mrs., house 9 Brown 
" Geo. T., policeman, station 1, h. 32 
Cushing 
Barron Luther, laborer, 78 Wash., b. do. 
44 Michael J., laborer, b. 59 Hampshire 
" R. P., watchman, B. & L. R. R. shop, 

h. at Charlestown 
" see Baron [Dublin 

Barrow Henry, diiver, Peter Morse, h. 131 
" Joseph, carpenter, h. 131 Dublin 
44 Joseph, Jr., teamster, b. 131 Dublin 
44 Louis, laborer, h. 194 Dublin 
«« Wm., lab., 28 Bridge, h. 34£ Charles 
Barrows Cyrus A., teamster, Camb. R. R. 
Co., h. 3 Chapman place 
44 Gertrude A. Miss, cashier, 1 Brattle 

sq. , boards 3 Chapman place 
44 John, teamster, 28 Bridge, house 52 
Charles [Pleasant pi. 

44 Mary E., widow of James, rooms 9 
" Wm., furniture finisher, Otis, corner 
First, h. at Charlestown 
Barry Alexander Wm., machinist, house 
57 Spruce 
44 A. W., trav. salesman, 503 Main 
44 Bridget Miss, dressmaker, boards 118 

Prospect 
44 Catherine, widow of Matthias, house 

8 Rogers' block, Main 
44 Catherine, widow of Michael, house 

347 Broadway 
11 Chas. H., shipper (Porcelain pi., B.) 

boards 120 Prospect 
44 David, foreman of sloarmen, N. E. 
Glass Works, North, house at So. 
Boston 
" David, laborer, b. 194 Bridge 
44 David, h. 57 Spruce 
44 Edward, conductor, Camb, R. R. Co., 
rooms 14 Oak 



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Barry Edward, helper, N. E. Glass Works, 
North, house at So. Boston 
Edward, stone cutter, h. 22<i Sparks 

Ellen, widow of Patrick, house ]],s 

Prospect [bdfl. A A Clinton 

Garrett E., extract maker, 589 Main, 

James, painter, h. 92 Mt. Auburn 
James, tinsmith, 2 Brewer's block* h. 

at Brighton [Gore 

Johanna, widow of Dennis, h. r. 96 
John, laborer, h. 93 Brookline 
John 1)., liquors, 57 Spruce, h. do. 
John P., printer, b. 8 Rogers' block, 

Main [Third 

John J., marble worker (B.), b. 106 
J. W., conductor, Charles River St. 

Railway Co. 
Mary, widow of James, h. 106 Third 
Mary A., widow of Win. J., house 

133 Thorndike [Prospect 

Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, house 118 
Michael, foreman of brass foundry 

(Allen, c. Brighton, B.), house 70 

Spring 
Michael, laborer, h. 55 Banks 
Michael H., hairdresser, 141 Bridge, 

house do. 
Maggie Miss, clerk, 502 Main, boards 

8 Rogers' block, Main 
Matthew J., iron worker 

ton), b. 8 Rogers' block 
Patrick, carriage washer 

Carson 
Patrick, section hand, B. & L 

boards 48 Winter 
Patrick, teamster, house 13 Vine 
Richard, collar maker, 10 Arrow, h. 

347 Broadway 
Richard E., brass moulder, boards 8 

Rogers' block, Main 
Robert, tinsmith, 502 Main 
Timothy, potatoes, 18G Norfolk, h. do. 
Win., at Boston Ice Co., Prison Point 

house 40 First 
Wm., laborer, h. 16 East 
Wm., clerk, 6 Gore, b. do. 
Wm., sloarman, N. E. Glass Works, 

North, h. at So. Boston 
Wm. H., glass worker, 3 Second, b. 

106 Third [Clark 

Barteaux Edw. J., stair builder, h. 4 Hotel 
Fred A., apothecary (93 Green, B.), 

h. 304 Harvard 
Bartes John, laborer, Second, cor. Thorn- 
dike, house at Boston 
Bartholomew Henry, boot maker, American 
Rubber Co., b. 52 Broadway 
" A., pressman, University Press, h. 

29 Putnam avenue 
Bartlett Alden S., gents' furnishings (72 

Hanover, B.), b. 22 Sacramento. 
11 Annie B. Miss, clerk, 645 Main, bds. 

32 Franklin 



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Bartlett Arthur II.. register maker, Th r 
C. rotter, house at Water-town 
11 Caroline \V . . m id. of Rue! W., nurse, 
h. 4 7 .*> -i Cambridge 

11 Chas. II. II., architect. )>. 780 Main 
" Daniel, potter, A. II. Hews & Co., h. 

18 Sands 
" Daniel B. II.. foreman, 225 Bridge 

Edward E., cabinet maker, house 

SB Pearl 

" Edward II. H.,b. 780 Main 

" Enoch, driver, (Jamb. R. R. Co.,rms. 

14 Eliot 

" Francis M., house 121 Oxford 

•• Frank C, fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 
bds. 41 Webster a v. 

" Frank D , livery stable, Pros ect 
House and 12 Soden, h. 132 Frank- 
lin 

" Frank J., supt. Boston Ice Co., 
Prison Point, h. at Maiden [do. 

" FrankS., clerk, 158 Camb., bds. 167 

" Frank W., confectioner. 645 Main, b. 
100 Winsor 

" George A., prof. German language, 
bds. Beck Hall 

" George H., principal Normal Art 
schojl, studio (27 Tremont row. 
B.), h. 780 Main 

" Hartnew J., student, bds. 780 Main 

" Horace S., apothecary, 452 Harvard, 
h. 107 North av. 

" John (Little, Brown & Co.), book- 
seller and publisher (254 Wash. , B. ) 
house 165 Brattle 

" John A., city lamplighter, house 132 
Auburn 

" John T., janitor Little's block, Har- 
vard square, house do. 

" J. Gardner, printer (21 i Franklin 
B.), h. 9 Park 

" Lucy A., wid, of BelaN., h. 145 Otis 

" Lydia E. Miss, seamstress, rms. 22 
Farwell place [Essex 

" Mary H., widow of David C, h. 55 

" Samuel O., letter carrier, E. Camb. 
P. O., 129 Camb., h. 101 do. 

" S. O. Mrs., music teacher, 101 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 

" Wm., baker, h. 5 McCabe 
Bartley Michael, laborer, 220 Portland 

" Thomas, blacksmith, 356 Main, h. 6 
Sidney 
Barton Chas. E., clerk, Harvard, c. Nor- 
folk, house 111 Norfolk 

" Clarence E., grocer, Harvard, corner 
Norfolk, h. 21 Tremont 

" Frank, mas.on, h. Harvard place 

" George M., driver, Camb. Laundry, 
h. 17 Dodge 

" John, laborer, Waverly, cor. Talbot 

" Wm. H., baker, 79 Camb., house 8 
Willow 
Bascom Wm. B., book-keeper, h. 183 Main 



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Bassett Arthur, blacksmith, James Mait- 
land, h. 3 Grav pi. 
" Charles A., lab/, 69 Main, h. 20 Ply- 
mouth [57 Green 
" Joseph, sawyer, 162 Broadway, boards 
; ' Samuel, machinist (Sudbury, B.), h. 
2 Cherry 
Batchelder Bennett, printer, University 
Press, h. 200 Green 
" Charles F., engineer, bds. 7 Kirkland 
" Frank E., book-keeper (83 Washing- 
ton, B.), bds. 135 Oxford [ave. 
" John M. , civil engineer, h. 3 Divinity 
" Joseph, clerk, h. r. 55 Franklin 
" Julia A., widow of John G., house 21 

Brookline 
" Preston A., driver, U. S. Mail wagon, 

44 Bridge, h. 85 do., No. 1 
" Samuel, counselor, 15 Brattle, h. 8 

Hilliard 
" Samuel D., clerk (Boston P. O.), h. 

248 Harvard 
" Susan C. Mrs., h. 7 Kirkland 
" William Freeman, engineer, B. & L. 

R.R., h. 77 Third 
" William F., sergeant of Police, sta- 
tion 2, h. 3 Worcester 
" see also Bachelder 
Bate Charles H., foreman (171 Devonshire, 

B.), h. Avon Hill, cor. Avon pi. 
Bateman William R., wool broker (22 

Broad, B.), bds. 74 Holworthy 
Bates Ann E., widow of Samuel Marvin, h. 
193 North ave. 
- Benjamin F., civil engineer, City 
Eng'nier's office, City Hall, bds. 18 
Fairmont 
" Caroline E. , widow of Sylvester C. , h. 

202 Elm 
" Charles, salesman (27 Winter, B.),h. 

56 Dana 
" Charles P., clerk (161 Blackstone, 

B.), h. 481 Cambridge 
" Charlotte F. Miss, private school, 10 ' 

Ellery, h. do. 
" Edward, lithographer. Riverside 

Press, h. 5 Bridge 
" Edward B., clerk. 521 Main, bds. 11 | 
Norfolk [Church 

" Eliza E., widow of James V., h. 19 
" Erastus C, billiard room, 521 Main, 
h. 145 Washington [Brattle 

" Esther A., wid. of William, 2d, h. 45 
" Fletcher, book-keeper, Traders' Na- 
tional Bank (91 State, B.), house 10 
Ellery 
" George, receiver, Cambridge Railroad 
Co., 3 Harvard sq,, bds. 24 Shepard 
" George H., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 59 Cherry 
" George W., machinist (51 Oliver, 

B.), h. 11 Norfolk 
" Harry H., clerk (77 Summer, B.), b. 
24 Shepard 



Bates Henry W., clerk (95 Milk, room 43, 
B.), bds. 18 Fairmont 
" Herbert H., teacher, Wellington 

school, h. 20 Wendell 
" James E., lawyer (10 Exchange pi., 

B.),bds. 19 Church 
" John M., clerk, bds. 18 Fairmont 
" John R., clerk (166 Devonshire, B.), 

bds. 24 Shepard 
" John S., salesman (518 Washington, 

B.), h. 24 Shepard 
" Louisa G. , wid. of Benjamin F., h. 18 

Fairmont 
" Milly G. , dressmaker, bds. 24 Shepard 
" Nellie M. Miss, book-keeper (West 

Somerville), bds. 202 Elm 
" Thomas, teamster, 89 Bridge, rooms 

128 do. 
" Walter T., clerk (77 Summer, B.), b. 

24 Shepard 
" William, mason, bds. 24 Shepard 
" William H., janitor, Harvard Gram- 
mar School, h. 85 Prospect 
" see Bate 
Bathersby George, lab., bds. 125 Harvard 
Batson Alice W. Mrs., nurse, b. 5 Kinnaird 
" Benj. R. S., book-keeper, b. 42 River 
Battcher William, arctic maker, American 

Rubber Co. 
Battelle George W., clerk, 532 Cambridge, 

h. at Boston 
Battis Leonard, h. 13 Jay 
Battle Lucius, driver, 5 Brewer, bds. do. 
Baumeister Augustus, plumber, 8 Palmer, 
n. Brattle, h. 13 Sumner 
" Frank E., plumber, 8 Palmer, bds. 13 
Sumner 
Baxter Frank S., confectionery, boards 130 
Spring [h. 4 Potter Park 

i; Horace, flour (13 Exchange pi., B.), 
" John A., traveling salesman, 502 

Main, h. 7 Essex 
" John R., clerk (1 Winthrop sq., B.), 

bds. 168 Hampshire 
" Robert, glass-cutter, Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), h. 168 Hampshire 
" Silas, carpenter, h. r. 4 , Dunster 
" Smith B., conductor, C. R.R. Co., h. 
51 Holyoke 
Bay State Brick Co., brick mnfrs., rear 124 
Spruce, office (5 Pemberton sq.,B.) 
1Y STATE LAUNDB¥, Cool- 
idge & Caswell, props., 136 Franklin 
(see p. 477) 
Bayley Augustus R., apothecary, 607 Main, 
h. 133 Austin 
" A. R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bayley), 

apothecaries, 607 Main 
<( Frank A., civil engineer (City Hall, 

B.), h. 133 Austin 
" Stephen S., carriage trimmer, h. 37 

Putnam ave. 
' see Bailey 
Baylies John T., nurse, h. 209 Harvard 



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Beach Burpee, blacksmith, 248 .Mount 

Auburn, h. 27 1 do. 
David N. Rev., pastor, Proapect-st. 

( long, church, bds. 9 l >ana 
Michael, paint-grinder (B.), house 69 

Sixth 

•• P, ter, upholsterer | B. >, li. 69 Sixth 
Beahn Frank E. (263 Washington, B. . h. 

86 Kllcrv 

BEACON Oil, 4!0., A. A. Vaughan, 
treas. 2€ Broad, B. 1 (see p. 1 1 
Beal Albert E. , carpenter, h. Hampshire, c. 

Winsor 
• Josiah, mariner, h. (>'.>.'. Western ave. 
11 Sarah E. Miss, saleslady (17 Lever- 

ett, B. ), bds. 127 Auburn 
" Sophia, widow of David, house L27 

Auburn 
Peals Martha J. Mrs., carpet maker (68 

Pitts, B.), h. 46 Prospect 
" William, decorator (68 Pitts, 15.) , h. 

Ii'> Prospect 
Beamish Margaret, widow, h. r. 118 Fourth 

" Richard, junk. 113 Fourth, h. do. 
Bean Charles E., brass moulder (P.), house 

Hotel School 
" George W., Jr., watchmaker, 5!);> 

Main, bds. at Somerville 
" Henry, gas-fitter, bds. 35 Amory 
" James S., traveling salesman, h. 149 

Winsor 
" John, cigars and tobacco, 149 Winsor, 

h. do. 
" John, clerk, 458 Harvard, bds. 20 Ash 
" John C, pattern-maker. 2i> Main, h. 

4 Tufts 
" John P., bds. 14!) Winsor 
" Joseph P.. teamster, h. Green 
" Roscoe G.. butcher, h. Ill Winsor 
" Wm. /.. machinist, h. 34 Hubbard aw 
Beane Enoch (Enoch Beane & Co.), pro- 
visions, fish and groceries, 908 

.Main, b. 6 Trowbridge 

BEANE ENOCH & CO. (Enoch 
and George A. Beane), provisions, 
fish and groceries, 906 and 908 .Main 
(see p. 54) 
" Prank, express driver, h. 33 Bow 
'.' George A. (Enoch Beane & Co.), pro- 
visions, etc., 908 Main. h. 49 .Mount 
Auburn 
Bear John P.. variety store. 7."> Cambridge, 
h. do. 
" see Baer, also Baier 
Bearce Charles M., fiy-finisher. L62 Broad- 
way, h. 122 Otis 
Beard Edward L., Asso. Press correspond- 
ent (107 State, P.). b. 22 Arling- 
ton 
" Luke, patent thill-coupling springs 
(63 Court. B.), h. 75 Hubbard ave. 
" see Baird 
Beardsley Charles 11. (Parr & Beardsley), 
painter, 9 Palmer. bds. L0 Brewer 



Bearse Augustus, drii [ail wagon, 

1 1 Bridge, b. at < Iharlestown 
Benjamin, engineer, b. 24 Union 
David II.. restauranl 2- ( Commercial, 

I!. ,. bds. 66 North w\e. 

" Thomas, express driver, 600 Main 
Thomas M.. carpenter, house rear 54 

Franklin 

see Bearce 
Beaton Peter, plumber, 12 Brattle, boards 

7. DeWolf [6 Perk>lnre pi. 

Beattie John, carpenter, 121; Portland, h. 

• Robert W.. watchman, P. A P. p.p.. 

h. 59 Spring 
" Thomas, fireman, h. .">!> Boylston 
Beatty William, h. 17 Walnut ct. 

'• William (P. printer, L05 Magazine. 
bds. 17 Walnut ct. 
Peaudet Ernest P., cabinet maker. II Cam- 
bridge, bds. 172 Hampshire 
■ John, cabinet-maker, 14 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 

" see Burditt 

Beaumont Harvey I)., carpenter, house 1<> 

Clark [Dublin 

Beauvais Antoine, brick maker, h. rear lis 

" Horten>e Miss, dressmaker, 365 North 

ave. [lin 

Bebo Archibald, brick-maker, h. 137 Dub- 

Bechtel Nicholas F.j foreman 383 Federal, 

B.). bds. 197 Harvard 
Beck Annie A. Mis-, h. 1 Gerry 

•• Charles F.. salesman, 566 .Main. bds. 

Pi Prince [Prince 

" Elizabeth C. wid. of Tobias, house 10 

" Elizabeth S., wid. of Alfred .M.. h. 43 

Austin 
" Geo. S.. clerk. 568 Main. 1). Jo Prince 
'• John M.. frog catcher, hoards 293 
( 'oncord ave. [ave. 

•• John P.. frog catcher, b. 293 Concord 
•• Jos., lager-beer bottler. 96 Webster 
ave.. h. do. [ave. 

'■ Robert, frog catcher, h. 2!»:! Concord 
•• Sarah P. Miss. h. 2 Gerry 
Becker Frank, greenhouse and florist, 744 
Cambridge, near Prescott, house 
7oG do. 

florist. 741 Cambridge, bds. 



Fred C, 
736 do. 

William, 
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cabinet maker. 44 Cam- 
h. Hermann's blk.. Munroe 
Beckett Joseph P.. foreman bindery. River- 
side Press, h. 17."> Putnam ave.* 
Richard, liquors, 11 Broadway, h. do. 
William .P. h. 5 Sparks 
" William J., Jr.. bookbinder. River- 
side Press, bds. ."> Sparks 
Beckler Michael, wood-worker. i>2f> Main 
Beckwith Poring E.. lecturer and teacher. 
h. .".."> •"- Harvard 
'• Nelson, carpenter. 502 Main [h. do. 
Susan Miss, dressmaker, 14 Antrim. 



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Bedell F. A., conductor C. R. R. Co., rms. 

5 South 

" Harry, teamster, 600 Main, h. Pearl 
" L. G., groceries, 371 Main, h. 51 Clark 
" Phalen H. (P. H. Bedell & Co.), fur- 
niture moving, 389 Main, b. 51 Clark 
" P. H. & Co. (Phalen H. Bedell), fur- 
niture moving, 389 Main 
Beebe Lydia Miss, h. 7 Avon 

" Walter E., h. 6 Lamson place 
Beebo Joseph, brick maker, h. r. 117 Spruce 
Beede E., driver, Boston Ice Co., Prison 

Point, boards at Boston 

Beedle Melville C, carpenter, Palmer, near 

, Church, h. 31 Wendell [Howard 

Beers Martha G., widow of Hiram S., h. 24 

Began James, blacksmith, First, n. Spring, 

house 62 Spring [ct. , h. do. 

Begley Mary T. Mrs., dressmaker, 2 Cherry 

" see Bagley [128 Bridge 

Behnke Henry, brass finisher (B.), house 

Behrens Frank, machinist (So. Boston), h. 

131i Third [B.), b. 6 Lamson pi. 

Belcher Albert W., clerk (17 Battery march 

" Arthur A., boards 18 Ash 

" Catherine, widow, bds. 118 Otis 

" Charles E., steam fitter (69 Kilby, B.) 

house 467 Main 
" Charles E., supt. Am. Net and Twine 
Co., foot Second, house at West 
Medford 
" Charles F., confectioner, 440 Har- 
vard, h. 49 Sacramento [Acacia 
" Edward F., police station 1, house 10 
" George W., safe painter, 17 Main, h. 

6 Lamson place 

" Hilos C, supt., 193 North av., h. do. 
" John, lineman (50 Pearl, B.), house 9 
Gerry [Village 

" Joseph W., foreman, Pelham, house 3 
" Lewis, hairdresser, bds. 193 North av. 
" Silence, wid. of Geo. G., h. 467 Main 
Bell Charles H,, planer, First, cor. Thorn- 
dike, h. 22 Spring [Harvard 
'• Christina, wid. of Henry A., house 49 
" William, horse-sboer, 202 North ave. 

house 25 Walden 
' ' William, lithographer Riverside Press 
" William A., brush maker, 124 Har- 
vard, bds. Hotel Holly [h. do. j 
Bellamy Henry, mason and builder, 8 South 
" Lillie G. Miss, dressmaker, b. 8 South 
Bellew Robert, laborer, h. 75 Elm 
Bellis William J., mason, h. 29 Bolton 
Bellows T., driver Boston Ice Co., Prison 

Point, boards at Charlestown 
Belluche Andrew, carpenter, h. 14 Magee 
" John, laborer, Riverside Press, h. 11 
Elmer 
Bemis Abraham, h. Railroad, cor. Dublin 
" Drucilla D. Mrs., dressmaker, 77 

River, house do. 
" Emery, tobacco (32 Central whf., B.) 
bds. 158 Mt. Auburn 



Bemis Frederick G. , law student H. U., b. 

Walker, cor. Shepard 

" F. A., rooms 52£ Green 

" John W., clerk, bds. Walker, corner 

Shepard [cor. Shepard 

" Jonathan W.. physician, h. Walker, 

" Margaret, wid. of Abraham, h. r. 118 

Fourth [Auburn 

" Susan P., wid. of Emery, h. 158 Mt. 

Bender Jacob, teamster, Ninth, cor. Sixth, 

bds. Jacob Bierweiler's, Spring 
Benjamin Augustus, waiter, Memorial Hall 
rms. 9 Baldwin ct. [Seckle 

Bengston Peter, heliotype printer, house 3 
Benner Miles A., driver, Fairbanks & Neale 
(Howard, B.), house 24 Upton 
" Thomas E., -book-keeper, b. 697 Main 
Bennet Charles H., car builder, B. & A. 
repair shop (Allston) , h. 8 Laurel 
" Charles H. jr. , car builder B. & A. 
R.R. shop (Allston), h. 8 Rockwell 
Bennett Augustus N. , Christian scientist, h. 
13 Pine [thwaite 

" Bernard, shoemaker, house 4 Cowper- 
" Chas. M. , laborer, h. 30 Charles River 
" Earl, mason, 146 Washington 
" Edwin C, carpenter, h. 14 Suffolk 
" Henry, house 17 Inman 
" Isabella K. Mrs., house 1 Worcester 
" James H. , produce (19 North Market 

B.), h. 17 Inman 
" John, butcher, h. Concord avenue, 

near slaughter-house 
" Josiah Q., cashier Market Nat'l 
Bank (86 State, B,), h. 36 Linnaean 
" Lorinda, widow of Daniel, house 112 

Thorndike 
" Oliver, house 5 Richdale avenue 
" William, furniture packer, Otis, cor. 

First, house at Cliftondale 
" W. D., conductor Camb. R. R. Co., 
house 104 Sparks [Concord av. 

Bennette Pierre, h. Cofran's brick yard, 
" Vincent, brick maker, S. M. Cofran, 
Concord ave., house do. 
Benney Marion V. Miss, teacher (East 
Boston), b. rear 20 Prospect 
" Nathaniel, house r. 20 Prospect 
Bennink Cornelius G. H. , dry goods, 581 
Main, h. 16 Lee [100 Austin 

" Ellen A. Mrs., clerk, 581 Main, house 
' ' Gerritt J. , carpenter, h. 34 Howard 
Benocher Nicholas, artificial limb maker, 

house 88 Webster av. 
Benshimol Joshua, cigar mnfr. , 510 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Benson Adolph, butler, 3 Mason, bds. do. 
" Albert S., driver Hook and Ladder 
No. 1, Brattle sq., h. 90 Mt. Auburn 
" Ernest R. , book-keeper (597 Wash., 

B.), boards 17 Hews 
'• Henry J. H., hairdresser, 117 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [Eliot 
" John, gardener, 25 Craigie, house 11 



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Benson John M., carpenter, h. 17 Hews 
" Mary, widow, h. 17 Rogers' block, 

Main 
• .Mason I)., treas. F. R. K. (Causeway 

B.), h. 140 North avenue 
•• Moses, waiter .Memorial Hall. liou>e 

84 Hastings 
Bent Charles E., agent, h. 72 Chestnul 
" Charles R., compositor University 

Press, b. 18 Farwell place 
'• George C, lawyer (16 Pemberton b^. 

room 5, B.), evening office 613 

Main, h. 98 Inman 

BENT OEOUGE II., supt. Cam- 
bridge Coal Co., 168 Main, house 8 
Brewster place (see p. 20) 
" John II., hardware, 188 North ave.. 

b. 20 Russell, cor. Orchard 
" Mary J. Miss, seamstress, Almshouse 

Tannery, bds. do. 
" Mary E. Miss, house 152 Austin 
•' Sarah C. Miss, house 152 Austin 
Bentley E. Edwin, watchman, 571 Main, 
bds. 31) Pleasant 
•• James T., waiter Memorial Hall 
' John H., house 22 Fifth 
\' Lydia, widow of John, h. 22 Fifth 
Benton Eliza Mrs , h. 6 Emmons place 
Bentwell Thomas J., salesman A. H. Hews 
& Co., Crescent ave., h. 53 Wright 
Benz Charles F., sausage maker, 75 Sixth, 
house do. [73 do. 

" George, sausage maker, 75 Sixth, h. 
" Mary M., widow of George, bds. 75 
Sixth 
Benzaquen Henry, foreman 35 Pearl, h. 
64 Franklin [64 Franklin 

i4 Henry jr., cigar maker, boards 
" Vidal, packer 35 Pearl, h. 64 Franklin 
Bergen Kieran, plasterer, h. 49 Amory 
Bergeron Chlophie Mrs., dressmaker, 365 
North av., house do. 
" Eugenie Miss, dressmaker, 365 North 

avenue, bds. do. 
•' Peter, hostler North ave. stable, 
Camb. R. R. Co , h. 365 North av. 
Bergerow Henry, hostler 211 Bridge, house 
1 Fifth [10 Winter 

" Jacob A., teamster, 211 Bridge, bds. 
" Joseph, teamster, 211 Bridge, boards 
Spruce [10 Winter 

" Mary E., widow of Octave, house 
Berglund G., at 17 Main 
Bergstein O. F., baker, house 2 Moore 
Berke Anthony, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house rear 55 Charles 
Berkeley Dav'.d, granite cutter, 53 Main, h. 
150 Green 
*« David, shoemaker, h. 150 Green 
" 'David jr., stone polisher, boards 150 
Green [Hastings 

«• LudloAv J., tailor, 453 Main, house 4 
" Patrick, shoemaker, bds. 150 Green 



Berkeley Patrick A. , shoemaker (2 City 
Hall avenue, B.), h. 28 Decatur 
'• Thomas, painter, 642 Main, boards 
150 Green 

■• William, blacksmith, D. 281 Cainb. 

Berlinquet Louis P., cutter's helper, Am. 

Rubber Co., h. r. 48 Broadway 
Berlyn Moses, cijar mnfr. (127 Cambridge 

!•».,. house - Holly 

" Philip, optician, 455 Main. h. x Holly 
Bermingham Maurice, blacksmith, h. 149 
Franklin 
see Birmingham 
Bernard Charles, 15 Blanche, board- 158 
Cambridge 
•■ John II,, book-binder. 105 Magazine. 

house 21 Andrew 
44 Joseph G., plumber, b. 458 Camb. 
" Joseph H., glass worker, house 458 
Cambridge 
Bernhard Adam, shoemaker, 5 Brattle, bds 
428 Cambridge [Hastings 

Bernhardt John Geo., cabinet maker, h. 12 
Berren Thomas H., driver Charles R. St. 

R'y Co., boards 87 Brookline 
Berrick Edward C, machinist (31 Haverhill 

B.), house r. 2G Front 
Berrigan John F., plumber, G34 Main, h. 
at South Boston. [do. 

Berrill Thomas, moulder, 356 Main, b. 347 
Berry Alpheus, restaurant (227 Commer- 
cial, B.), bds. 31 Wendell 
" A. H., clerk (B.), bds. Porter's Hotel 
'• Casper, lager beer bottler and liquors 

132 Hampshire, c. Elm, h. do. 
" Charles A., carpenter, bds. 69£ West- 
ern avenue 
BERRY CHARLES E., mnfr. of 
harness names and fire dept. supplies 
also machinist and blacksmith, 72 
Boylston. house at East Watertown 
(see page 12; 
Berry Everett M., invoice clerk (4 Win- 
throp sq., B.), b. 78 Green 
" Garret E., book keeper, b. 4 Clinton 
" George A., express driver, bds. Por- 
ter's Hotel [rooms do. 
" George C, clerk, 417 Cambridge. 
" Joseph S., apothecarv elerk (29 

Charles, B.), h. 83 Pleasant 
14 L. Caroline, widow of Alonzo P.. h. 

78 Green 
44 Mary A. Miss, bds. Ill Auburn 
•' Mary A., widow of Win., house 

Auburn 
*• Matt his, clerk, 132 Hampshire, b. 
44 Preston L., laborer, h. 90 Washington 
14 Robert E., gardener, Joseph G. Cool- 
idge, h. foot of Willis court 
Sidnev M., driver U. S. Mail wagon, 
44 Bridge, h. 105 do. 
•• Win. B., supt., 72 Boylston, house at 
Watertown 



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Berry Wm. B., tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. 

67 Lake View avenue 
Berthel Peter, wood carver, 44 Cambridge, 

h. at Boston 
Berthold Selma E., Mrs., teacher Kinder- 
garten school, Boardman Primary 
School, Winsor, cor. School, h. 16 
Upton 
" Victor Maximilian, stenographer (95 
Milk, B.,, h. 16 U ton [ave. 

Berton Geo. T., carpenter, h. 27 Cogswell 

" John F., bds. 27 Cogswell ave. 
Bertram A., lithographer, Riverside Press 
Bertrand Louis A., gardener, h. Garden ct. 

1st on right from Dublin 
Bertsch Charles, organ varnisher, 162 
Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Joseph L., brass finisher (B), bds. 33 

Seventh 
Stephen, surgical instrument maker, 
(Columbus ave., B.), h. 33 Seventh 
Stephen Jr. , marble worker, 70 Bridge 

bds. 31 Seventh 
Stephen M., house 31 Seventh 
William A., marble, 70 and 72 Bridge 
bds. 31 Seventh 
Bessey Wm., coachman, 674 Main. bds. do. 
Bettinson Addie M., Miss, teacher Gore 

primary school, bds. 65 Otis 
BETTINSON EDWARD W., 
prop. University Bindery, 7 Brattle, 
h. 7 Hilliard pi. 
" Harry W., expressman, 103 Cam- 
bridge, h. 124 Otis 
" James W., express, 103 Camb. and 

(32 Court sq., B.), h. 65 Otis 
" Mary A. EL, Mrs., nurse, house 125 
Pleasant 
Betts Geo. F., head waiter (Young's Hotel, 

B.), house 30 Jay 
Beunke Fred L. newspapers and periodi- 
cals, 559 Main and 27 River, h. 113 
Washington 
" John, clerk, 559 Main, b. Prospect 
" Marene J., widow of Leon J., house 
Prospect 
Bevon Samuel, at Camb. Rolling Mill, h. 

Rolling Mill block, Bristol 

Bezanson Stephen J., painter, h. 12 Fourth 

Bibby Sarah, Mrs., h. 37 Howard [line 

Bickett David, carpenter, bds., 133 Brook- 

Bickford Abbie J. Mrs. (Brown & Bick- 

ford, groceries and provisions, 167 

Pearl, h. rear 8£ Perry 

" Chas., mill hand, 3 Hampshire, bds. 

74 Columbia 
" Geo. E., carpenter, h. r. 8h Perry 
" Herbert, bds. rear 8 Perry 
" Thomas Rev., pastor Wood Memorial 
Cong. Church, h. 201 Harvard 
Bicknell Joseph G. , cabinet maker and up- 
holsterer, 642 Main, h. 25 Elm 
Bidavean John, sausage maker, 95 Spruce, 
house do. 



Biddle Chas. M., trav. salesman (177 Con- 
gress, B.), bds. 42 Arlington 
" Chas. W., pastor, Third Universalist 

Church, h. 42 Arlington 
" M. Jennie Miss, teacher Reed st. pri- 
mary school, bds. 42 Arlington 
Biddlingmare Bernard, baker, 442 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Biermeister Henry, agent, Troy Collar 

Mnf'g. Co., h. 152 Prospect 
Bierweiler Andrew, sausage maker, 170 
Thorndike, h. Spring, opp. Eighth 
" Charles at Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 

214 Cambridge 
" Jacob, Ninth, laborer c. Spring, h. 

Spring, opp. Eighth 
" Louis, furn. cleaner (B), bds. Jacob 

Bierweiler's, Spring 
" William, furn. polisher (B), boards 
Jacob Bierweiler s, Spring 
Bigelow Alanson, watches, jewelry, and 
plate (511 Wash., B.), house 265 
Harvard 
" Alanson Jr., 265 Howard 
" Chas. W., book-keeper (52 Kilby, 

B.) bds. 54 Concord avenue 
" Frank, bds. 67 Mazazine 
" Frank H., book-keeper (52 Kilby, 

B.), bds. 54 Concord ave. 
" Marshall T., proof reader, University 

Press, h. 54 Concord ave. 
" Mary A., cane chair seater, 1 Second 

st. court, h. do. 
" Melville M., lawyer (209 Wash., 
room 54, B.), h. Brewster place 
Biggers Wm. O., paper hanger, house 171 

Thorndike 
Biggin Patrick, teamster, h. 224 Franklin 
Biggs Frederick, painter, r. 14 Boylston 
Bigley Daniel, horse trainer (Beacon Park, 

Allston), house 66 River 
Bignoll Mary W., Miss, h. 200 Harvard 
Bigouette Joseph N., setter up, 139 Broad- 
way, h. 44 School 
Bigraft Diana, wid. of Wm., h. 5 Grant 
Bill Alexander H., clerk (23 Commercial, 
B.), bds. 12 Centre [12 Centre 

" Frank C, broker (226 Wash. B.), h. 
" Harry C. , clerk (73 S. Market, B.) 
bds. 12 Centre 
Billing Edmund F., polisher, h. 30 School 
Billings Elmer W., clerk 468 Harvard, 
rooms do. 
'• H. Wilson, clerk, 147 North ave. bds. 

4 Orchard 
" John D., principal, Webster Gram- 
mar School, h. 17 Perry 
Billman John, trav. agent (325 Wash., B.) 

h. 663 Main 
Bingham Edw. A., tinsmith, h. 7 Kinnaird 
Birchdale Charles, machinist (Newton) h. 

Harvard place 
Bird Elizabeth H., widow of Horace, house 
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Bird Geo., carpenter, h. I Fore ft 

Henry M., iron founder IVlham, cor. 
Broadway, h. 1 1 Bigelow 
Bird Berman (II. Bird & Co.), ins. agent, 
559 Main, and (58 Devonshire, l>;. 

h. 794 Main 

" H. & Co. (Herman Bird), in>. agents, 

559 Main, and (58 Devonshire. II.) 

" .John M.. watchmaker (1045£ Wash., 

B.), 1). 12 Broadway 
" Margaret, widow, h. rear 17"> IJridge 
" Richard 0., coachman, 80s Main. h. 

17 Kinnaird 
" AY m. W., b. 11 Bigelow 
Birmingham Maurice, horse shoer, 498 Main 
house 149 Franklin 
" see Bermihgham 
Bishee Chas., 1(59 Gore, rooms 127£ Camb. 
" James I)., plumber, h. 97 Green 
" John. trav. salesman, h. 99 Inman 
Bishop Abel S., teamster, h. 56 Spring 
" Geo. H., upholsterer, 137 Gore, b. 24 

Pleasant 
" Joel P., law author, h. 51 Sacramento 
" John, brick maker, h. Clifton, 3d on 

left of Spruce 
" John, safe maker, 17 Main 
44 Sarah E., widow of Henry, house 24 
Pleasant 
Bissell Daniel M., jeweler (11 Hanover, 
B.), house 25 Suffolk 
" Julia W. Mrs., h. 56 Shepard 
" Flint M., book-keeper (53 State, B.) 

b. 25 Suffolk 
44 Richard R., book-bi der (45 Temple 
place, B.), h. 39 Holworthy 
Bistrup Alfred J., telescope maker, Alvan 
Clark & Sons, Henry, h. 70 Allston 
Bitsch John M., paint grinder (407 Atlantic 
avenue., B.), h. 69 Sixth 
" P ter, upholsterer (Wash., B.), bds. 
69 Sixth 
Bixby Hiram A., machinist (Watertown), 
house 97 Washington 
" Lydia Miss, h. 28 Holyoke 
" Mehitable Miss, h. 28 Holyoke 
Bjorkengren Louis, polisher, L. Columbus, 

b. 5 Rogers' block, Main 
Black Arthur, floor man, 15 Church 

" Chas., checker, B. & L. R. R. hay 
depot, 2 Prison Point, boards at 
Somerville 
14 Cyrus B., cigars and tobacco, 383 

Main, house Rogers' block, Main 
" Edwin E., liquors, 430 Camb., rooms 

105 Tremont 
" Geo. G., machinist, b. 12 Fourth 
" Henry, machinist, b. 91 Main 
14 James, laborer, h. 33 Willow 
44 James, paper hanger, 101 Green, 
44 James, upholsterer, h. 3 Brewery 

rooms do 
" James, h. Rogers' block, Brewery 



BLACK JAMES WALLACE, 
photographer (333 Wash., 15. ), h. 10 

Avon see ad | Main 

" Jane Mr*., boarding-hoose, '.>\ and 95 
*« John, clerk. B. ft L. R. It. hay depot, 

1 Prison Point, h. at Somerville 
" John II.. book-binder, l». 169 Main 
" John M.. laborer, h. 91 Main 
" Mary A. Mrs., h. 21 Hastings 
" Olive P. Miss, teacher of drawing, b. 

10 Avon 
44 Otis Fisher, student, b. 10 Avon 
" Robert, 195 Broadway, h. 193 do. 
" Robert F., driver, Camb. R. R. Co., 

h. 9 Camden place 
" Thomas P., carpenter, boards Mrs. 

Wm. Black's. Concord av. 
" Wm.. h. 159 Main 

44 William Mrs., house Concord avenue, 
opp. Niles Brothers 
Blackenburg C. H., driver. U. S. Mail 
wagon, 44 Bridge, b. at Charlestown 
44 Henry, driver, U. S. Mail wagon, 44 
Bridge, h. at Charlestown 
Blackie James, laborer, h. 41 Willow 
Blackington Henry B., clerk, 468 Harvard, 

rooms do. 
Blackman Arthur W., book-keeper (216 
Devonshire, B.). b. 2S Arlington 
" Frederic, clerk, 168 Camb., boards 

87h Sixth 
14 Horace P., foreman of mill work, 162 

Broadway, house 28 Arlington 
11 Wm. R., p'laner, 169 Gore, house 87£ 
Sixth [Thorndike 

" Wm. R., 2d, 169 Gore, rooms 114 
Blackwell Henry T.. car repairer, O. C. R. 
R., h. 2 Charles River 
" Seth O., tinman, h. 7 Elmer 
" Wm. H., tinsmith, 525 Main. b. 163 
Columbia 
Blair Amos B.. clerk, b. 40 Winthrop 
" Chas., laborer, b. 40 Winthrop 
11 James, teamster, h. 40 Winthrop 
" James, proof reader, University Press 
h. 450 Broadway 

BLAIR LAFAYETTE G., lawver 
(48 Congress, B.), b. 34 North av. 
(see p. 503^ 
" Mary, teacher, Allston grammar 

school, boards 309 Broadway 
" Samuel M., salesman (B), rooms 227 

Broadway 
li William J., compositor, University 
Press, house 12 Gerrv 
Blaisdell Benj. F. (Blaisdell* & Hood), 79 
Brattle, house at Carlisle 
" Bertram 1).. clerk and messenger, 
Lechmere National Bank. 66 Camb. 
h. at Peabodv 
" Chas. P., foreman of mill work, Sec- 
ond, c. Thorndike. h. at Somerville 
44 Edward H., planer, Second, c. Thorn- 
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Bilaisdell Ezra R., teamster, b. 16 Seventh 
" Geo. J., asst. supt., Cambridge fire 

alarm, City building, Brattle sq., h. 

48 Winthrop [Seventh 

" John G., clerk, 253 Cambridge, b. 16 
" Orrie A. Miss, fancy dry goods, 442 

Harvard, b. 760 Main 
" Stephen B., engineer, B. & L. R. R., 

rooms 95 Otis 
<« & Hood (Benj. F. Blaisdeil and Win. 

H. Hood), hard and soft wood, 79 

Brattle 
Blake Andrew, cabinet maker, Woodbury 

building, Otis, h. at Somerville 
" Andrew M., book-binder, B. P. L. 

(40 Boylston, B.), h. 8 Sidney 
" Arthnr W., dry goods, 159 Camb., 

and hats, caps, etc., 168 do., house 

102 Otis 
i4 Bridget, wid. of Thos., h. 39 Hastings 
" Clarence H., book finisher, Riverside 

Press, h. 25 Erie 
" Eben N., tinsmith (Somerville), h. 

154 Cambridge [Thorndike 

*« Edward W., teas and coffees, h. 157 
" Edwin H., real estate and insurance, 

36 Fifth, house at Bedford 
" Elwisa A. Miss, book-keeper, 497 

Main, h. 133 Pearl 
" E. G., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Frank W., clerk (132 Tremont, B.), 

bds. 146 Mt. Auburn 
" George F., Mnfg. Co. iron foundry, 

T-hird, eor. Bent, office (44 Wash- 
ington, B.) 
" George 0. Mrs., h. 359 Harvard 
" Herbert, tinsmith, 2 Brewer's block, 

Brattle sq., h. at Brighton 
" Ida A. Miss, manager, Wheeler & 

Wilson S. M. Co., 1 Columbia, h. 

133 Pearl 
<< John, laborer, C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 4 Jefferson 
" John L., book-keeper F. Geldowsky, 

Second, cor. Thorndike, bds. at 

West Somerville [mer 

" Lewis, Memorial hall, rms. 16 El- 
" Lizzie H., widow of George R., h. 

133 Pearl 
" Theodore E., grocer, 158 Cambridge 

house 167 do. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 58 Amory 
" Wm., carpenter, bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 
" Wm., nail maker, 232 North avenue, 

bds. at Boston 
" Wm. S., house 359 Harvard 
Blakey John, shell boat builder, foot of De 

Wolf, house 39 Putnam av. 
" Wm., potter, h. 10 Rogers' blk. Main 
Blanchard Abraham, night fireman H. U. 

bds. 10 Church 
" Charles V., clerk (16 Winter, B.), 
bds. 60 Otis 



Blanchard Dexter V.. engineer, B. & L. R. 
R., house 60 Otis 
" Fred A., salesman, G. W. Wads- 
worth, Prison Point 
il FredW., letter-carrier, East Camb. 
P. O., 129 Camb., h. rear 62 Thorn- 
dike [60 Otis 
'* George H., clerk, 89 Cambridge b. 
" John Henry, salesman (83 Summer, 

B.), h. 47 River 

" M. Franklin, fish dealer (8 T wharf, 

B.), h. 110 Hancock [sor 

" Susan, wid. of Daniel E., h. 32 Win- 

Blanchet Annie, dressmaker, 10 Essex, 

rooms do. 
Blaney Emma, clerk, 503 Main, bds. 123J 
Winsor • ^sor 

" Sarah, widow of Patrick, h. 123i Win- 
Blank Ernest, varnisher (Wareham, B.), 

house 80 Chestnut 
Blatchford Sarah Mrs., h. 124 Norfolk 
Bleiler Brothers (Chas. and Peter Bleiler), 
cigar mnfrs., rear 113 Cambridge 
" Charles (Bleiler Bros.), r. 113 Camb. 

h. 41 Winter 

" Joseph J., wood carver, b. 71 Spring 

" Peter (Bleiler Bros.), r. 113 Camb. 

bds. 41 Winter 

Blen Elbridge S., police station 1, house 12 

Farwell place [do. 

Blesch Emanuel T., liquors, 17j Fifth, h. 

"' John, cigar maker, bds. 17£ Fifth 
Blessington Annie, widow of Hugh, h. 6 
Rogers' block, Wash. 
" Ellen Mrs., at American Net and 

Twine Co., h. 125 Third 
" Francis A. (Peter Blessington &Son"5 

Third, h. at Somerville 
•' Frank R., polisher, 139 Broadway, b. 

6 Rogers' block, Washington 
" Peter (Peter Blessington & Son), 

Third, h. at Somerville 
" Peter & Son (Peter and Francis A. 
Blessington), granite cutters, Ay er's 
wharf, Third, h. at Somerville 
Blevins Jas., roofer, h. 12 Magazine ct. 
" John A., clerk (151 Hanover, B.), b. 
94 Putnam av. 

BLEVINS JOHN J., slater, base- 
ment, Y. M. C. A. bldg., 622 Main, 
h. 94 Putnam av. (see front cover) 
" Joseph J., slater, b. 94 Putnam av. 
" Mary, widow of John L., h. 19 Park 
" Wm. B., at 172 Pearl, h. 3 Sands 
" Wm. J., clerk, 124 Inman, bds. 12 
Magazine court 
Bligh Henry, farmer, h. 4 Cedar square 
Blight John, porter (87 Milk, room 35, Bos- 
ton), h. 36 Moore 
Blinn Charles P., foreman of finishers, 162 
Broadway, h. at Boston 
" E. R., driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
Blish Ariadne Miss, private school, 39 
Dana, bds. do. 



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Blish Lucia A.., w'ulnw. h. 80 Dana 

Bliss Elmer .). . bds. ■ '<•'• - l . I nroan 
•• Frederick D., fireman, II. I'., h use 

22 Mt. Auburn 
" Leonard C, boot ranfr. Brockton >, 

house :;:;A [nroan | Martin 

Blodgetl Alvaro Mrs., h. '•' H irlbut, near 

■• Blias, paper stock (Atlantic av., B.), 

house BO ( >tis 
" Warren K.. jr., asst. U. S. attorney 
r. s. Court House 57 I'. <>. 
1.1,1-.. B. . I). 70 North avenue 
»• Win. A., crockery 16 Federal, B.), 
bouse L6 Trow bridge 
Blood B. Kimball, cabinet maker (48 
Canal. B. ), h. 2 Prospect 
" Harriet, widow, rooms 67 Spring 
" Hiram, engineer, Bteamer No. 3, h. 
In Fifth [Harvard 

Blouin Charles, cabinet maker, h. rear 29 
Blount Eugene I., machinist (160 Portland. 
B.), h. 37 Norfolk [Press 

Blucken Ralph, lithographer, Riverside 
Bluin Charles, cabinet maker, Otis, c. First 
Blunt John J., laborer, h. 4s Hastings 
Bltittner Edward, baker, h. rear 111) Gore 
Blvth Alexander, carriagesmith, Win. 

Elliott & Co., bds. 68 Boylston 
Boardman Anna, widow of Andrew, h. 15 

Laurel 

Boardman Charles, h. Washington av. , opp. 

Hillside av. 

" Charles E., actor, (20 Tremont, B.), b. 

Hotel Austin [ley 

" Edward, painter, h. Jackson, n. Dud- 

" Ellen F., book-keeper, 575 Main, b. 

15 Laurel 
" George H.. painter, 220 North av., b. 

Edward Boardman's, Jackson 
" John, currier, Dudley, b. E. Board- 
man's, Jackson 
" Wm. C, merchant tailor (114 A Tre- 
mont, B.), h. 204 Pearl 
" Winnie, clerk (B.), bds. 204 Pearl 
Bocher Ferdinand, prof, of Modern lan- 
guages H. U.. h. 12 Holyoke place 
" Maxime. student H. U..*b. 12 Hol- 
yoke pi. 
Bock Francis, cabinet maker, b. 60 Vine 
" Rudolphus C, telescope maker. Aivnn 
Clark & Sons. Henry. h. 13 Flor nee 
" Wm. A., florist. 329 No. av., h. do. 
Bodemer Charles Julius, carver. 626 Main. 

h. 145 Columbia 
Boeckmann Gustavua, L. L. D.. teacher of 

German, 51 Holyoke. h. do. 
Boeklman Andrew, sausage maker, h. 426 
Cambridge [bridge 

" George, cabinet maker, h. 42(1 Cam- 
Boen A. J., driver, ('has. R. St. Ry. Co. 
BoggS Edwin P., com. mer. (47 South Mar- 
ket. P>.) and lumber (294 Cause- 
way. B.). h. 336 Broadway 



Bogg.s Francif M.. steamship master 
Market, P... , h. 289 Broadway 
" John, driver, h. 9 Hamilton 

Bogie John, compositor, Puis ersity I 
b. 20 Farwell place 

Bohalskie . tinsmith, Third, c. Potter 

Bohmiller Leopold currier, h. .lack-on, n. 

Harvey 

Boit William, brass finisher (80 Hanover, 

B. . b. 109 Gore 

Bokman Louis A.., safe painter. 17 Main, b. 

402 Main Gora 

Poland Patrick, laborer, B. & L. R. P..h. r. 

Bolger David, blacksmith, Palmer, b. 168 

Elm, Wesl Soroerville 

" James, horse shoer, Palmer, near 

Church, h. 1 13 Kim, W. S. 
" Martin, blacksmith, Palmer, bds. 44 
Boylston 
Bolin Patrick ear oiler. B. & L. R. R. 
Belles Fannie 1)., widow of Frederick, h. 

102 Mt. Auburn 
Bolles Frank, asst. editor Advertise! 

Washington, B.), h. 6 Berkeley 
Bolo George N., teamster, h. 17<> Norfolk 
Bolster James L.. key-finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, h. at ( 'has n 
" John C, clerk (33 Summer. B. .hd>. 

10 Banks 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 10 Banks 
" Richard, shoemaker. 7 Boylston. h. 
12 Banks 
Bolt Hezekiah, porter, b. 90 Harvard 
Bolter Joseph H.., teamster (B. j.h.45 Camb. 
Bolton Henry, foreman, 126 Portland, h. 
96 Winsor [Winsor 

'* James, clerk. 25 Main, hoards 96 
" Richard, clerk (B.). bds. 8 Suffolk 
" Sarah Miss, rooms 6 Pine 
Bond Catherine H. Miss, h. 8 Holyoke pi. 
" Elizabeth L. Miss. h. 8 Holyoke pi. 
; ' Frederick A., paymaster's asst., 169 

Gore, h. at Charlestown 
" John, ladder maker. 139 Core 
" John, teamster, h. 23 Somerset 
" John C. clerk (42 Hanover, B.), b. 

74 Camb. 
". John E., carpenter, b. r. 23 Fifth 
" John H., spring water agent. Clark, n. 
Main. h. 74 Elm 



widow of Richard, h 73 North 
[Camb. 
widow of John W-, h. 74 
clerk. 30 Boylston, h. 7 



" Mary 

avenue 
" Mary E., 

'« Oliver A.. 

Spruce 
" Richard F. Mrs., watches 112 State, 

B.), bds. 10 Hilliard 
11 Samuel 1).. 169 (iore. h. B Mullins ct. 
" Selina C. Miss, assistant Observatory*. 

( 'oneord av. 
" Wm. C, watches (112 State. B.), b. 

10 Hilliard 
Bonenfant Alphonse, tinsmith (B.), h. 4 

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Bonner George W., salesman, 8 Boylston, 
b. 10 Holyoke 
" J ne, widow of John. h. 10 Holyoke 
Bonnev Arthur P., bis. 32 Arlington 

" Charles H., clerk (518 Wash., B.), 

b. 32 Arlington 
" Frederick L., bds. 52 Pleasant 
" Katherine T. Miss, teacher (6 Marl- 
boro', B.). b. 28 Mellen 
" Lucy A., widow of Charles, h. 3 Law- 
rence 
" Pelhara, insurance broker (3 Pember- 

ton sq.,B.), h. 52 Pleasant 
" Perez F., salesman (518 Wash., B.), 
h. 32 Arlington 
Booker, Robert C, porter B. & A. R. R., 
station (Kneeland, B.),h. 46 Mar- 
ket [61 Clark 
" Simeon, iron moulder, Pelham, h. 
Boone Charles F., cooper. C. H. North & 
Co. (Somerville), b. 167 Thorndike 
" John, laborer, h. r. Murray, n. Eliot 
Booth Thomas (Booth & Cade), grocer, 82 
Pleasant, h. 35 Park 
" & Cade (Thos. Booth and Wm. B. 
Cade), grocers, 82 Pleasant 
Borden Henry L., clerk, 582 Main, h. 77A 
Putnam avenue 
" Joseph, hostler Camb. R. Co., b. 9 
Cowperthwaite 
Borges Alexander, cabinet maker, h. 28 
Spring 
" Anthony, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. Berkshire, n. Plymouth 
" Joaquin, hairdresser, 204 Cambridge, 

h. 17 Seventh 
" Joseph, hairdresser, 385 Cambridge, 

b. 172 Webster av. 
" Manuel, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. 

First, h. r. 200 Bridge 

" Manuel, hairdresser, 204 Camb., h. 

Berkeley, n. Plymouth 

Boris Raphael, com. mer. (176 Atlantic av., 

B.), h. 4 Rogers' brick block, Main 

Boston Bridge Works, iron bridge mnfrs., 

D. H. Andrews, prop., Sixth, cur. 

Rogers, and (13 Pemberton sq. B.) 

" Detersive Washing Compound Co., 

mnfrs. washing compounds, 112 

Charles [Boston) 

" Ice Co., Prison Point, and (76 State, 

BOSTON WOVEN HOSE CO., 
fire hose mnfrs., 21 to 31 Hampshire, 

and (234 Devonshire, B.) (see page 

7) [Ninth and Spring 

" & Albany R.R. Freight Office, rear 
•' & Cambridge Clothing Co., Herbert 

R. Jordan, prop., 550 Main 
" & Lowell R.R. Freight Office, Prison 

Point, n. Bridge 
" & Lowell Railroad Rolling Stock and 

Machinery Shop, Bridge, cor. Prison 

Point 
" & Lowell R R. Station, foot Third 



Bosworth Geo. W. , sec. Massachusetts Bap- 
tist Convention (14 Tremont Tem- 
ple, B.), h. 90 North ave. 
" Leonard, carpenter, h. 3 Holly ave. 
Botelho Mary, wid. of Gust.,h. 126 Harvard 
Bottum Fordyce H., student, H. U., bds. 5 
Avon [vard row, rms. do. 

Bouchard Clovis, boots and shoes, 3 Har- 
Boudro John, laborer, h. Concord ave., cor. 
New [Concord ave., cor. New 

" John C-, butcher, Niles' Brothers, h. 
" Wm. N., teamster, h. 8 Hampshire pi. 
Boudrot Albert, grocer, Concord ave., n. F. 

R.R., h. do. 
Bourget Pierre, laborer, A. H. Hews & Co., 

h. Crescent ave., opp. the pottery 
Bourke Lemuel N., waiter, Memorial Hall, 

rms. 133 Columbia 
Bourke, see Berke, also Burke 
Bourne George P., carpenter (146 Mt. Ver- 
non, B.J, h. 62 Dana 
" Mary A. Miss, teacher, Gore Primary 

School, bds. 727 Cambridge 
" Robert T., carpenter (146 Mt. Ver- 
non, B.), h. 64 Dana [Gore 
Bournique Hannah L., wid. of Louis, h. 87 
Bours Nim, mixer, Chas. R. St. Ky. Co. 
Bousault Joseph, brick maker, S. M. Cof- 

ran, Concord ave., h. do. 

Boutwell Nathan B. (Custom House, B.), 

h. 76 Hubbard ave. [Roseland 

Bouve George W., book-keeper, boards 13 

Bowdoin John, upholsterer, bds. Winter, c. 

Fourth [Fourth 

" Sarah, widow of John, h. Winter cor. 

Bowen Bernard, laborer, h. 34 Charles 

" Charles C, clerk, 226 North ave., b. 

r 15 Hollis 
" Charles S., bds. 9 Follen 
" Cornelius, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 5 

Hannum's blk., Broadway 
" Fannie W. Miss, h. 81 Brattle 
" Francis, Alford Professor of Natural 
Religion, Moral Philosophv and 
Civil Polity, H. U., h. 9 Follen 
" James, blacksmith, B. & M. R.R. 

shop, h. 149 Bridge 
" Louisa J. Mrs., h. 3 Butler's ct. 
" Orson O., broker (161 Washington, 
B.), h. 3 Boardman pi. [Carson 

" Richard, hostler (Somerville), h. 29 
" Walter E., trimmer, 169 Gore, rooms 

127£ Cambridge 
" William, laborer, C. H. North & Co. 
(Somerville), h. 1 Eighth 
Bowens Mary J. Mrs., dressmaker, 43 
Washington, h. do. 
" Wm. B. Rev., pastor of Rush M. E. 
Zion church, h. 43 Washington 
Bower Charles N. . carpenter, boards 9 
Charles River 
" Charles W., contractor and builder 
(Wareham, B.), bds. 60 Pleasant 



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Bowers Edward A., painter (B), h. Rollina 

court (School 

•• Elizabeth, wid. of Frederick, h. Hotel 

I''l';mc.> Mis-. ;i--t. BeC. I'.S.S.Socie- 

w 7 Tremonl pi., B. bda. 10 Hollii 
" John M-, engineer, bdt. 168 Norfolk 
•' Lydia E. Mrs . h. 10 Hollia 
Bowei Eliza, wid. of Thomas, h. 1 Rogers' 

1,1k . Washington 
" Frank, i>o\ nailer, :; Hampshire, bds. 

i Rogers 1 blk., Washington 

Bom ker Arthur L. . bds. 3 Avon 

1IOWKER llDWn P., civil ehgi- 
J neer and surveyor, 623 Main, rm. 8 

(see j). 17")) 

•• George E., at Pach's studio. Main, 

next Beck Hall, bds. 13 Norton 
•• Thomas, engineer, B. & L.R.R. shop, 

nns. 104 Thorndike [h. 3 Avon 

" Winslow L ^insurance ^35 Kilhy, B. ), 

Bowlby Henry R., carpenter, bds. 6 Beech 

" Joel, carpenter, h. G Beech 

" John, carpenter, bds. (5 Beech 

Bowler Michael, wheelwright, Win, Elliott 

& Co., Boylston, h. Marsh ct. 
" Thomas, laborer, B. & L. R.R, shop, 

h. at Boston [204 Bigelow 

Bowles Ella K Mrs., teacher of painting, h. 
Bow ley Asa F., tin-plate worker, h. 23 Green 
Bowman Albert, hostler, North ave. stable, 

C. R.R. Co., bds. 17 Dunster 
" Algernon, laborer, h. 17 Elmer 
" Charles F., paper hanger and janitor 

Hotels Brooks, Holly, School, Main 

and Clark, bds. 1 do. [Dunster 

" Grant J., stenographer (B) boards 17 
" Herbert, coachman, 162 Broadway, 

h. 13 Putnam ave. [Oxford 

" Johanna EL, wid. of Abner H. , h. Gl 
'■ John, ship carpenter, h. r. 103 Sixth 
" Margaret Mrs., h. 103 Webster ave. 
" Matthew, coal and wood, 41 Portland, 

bds 41 Washington [25 Prospect 
" Orlando, salesman (216 State, B.), h. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 194 Cushing 
" William H., finisher, 162 Broadway, 

h. at Boston 
Bowse John, laborer, T. S. Hittinger, bds. 

C. O'Connell's, Concord avenue at 

Fresh Pond 
Bowser Nathaniel, sewing-machine agt. , h. 

8G Washington [124 do. 

Bowyer William, provisions, 126 River, h. 

Bovce Ann Miss. h. 6 Vine [Union pi. 

" Charles H., clerk, 122 Columbia, h. 4 

" Edward, laborer, h. 120 Webster ave. 

" Edward L. , key sand-paperer, 139 

Broadway, house 41 Charles 
" James S., moulder, 356 Main, h. at 

Somerville [Somerville 

" Joseph, moulder, 356 Main, house at 
" Joseph P., can-painter. 446 Main, h. 

37 Union [bia, h. 180 Harvard 

" Thomas F., liquors, etc., 122 Colum- 



Boyd Abraham, laborer, h. r. 19 Brewery 
Chart et B., teacher vocal masic, b. s 

Magee 
I toniel l . painter, h. 1 1 Lopez 
Esther Miss, milliner, 514 Main, b. do. 

" Fannie I,. Miss, millinery, 81 Auburn. 
b ard- <lo. 

'• Jamea R., salesman '177 Wash., B. 

hoard- 17 Myrtle place 
" Jane, widow of James, h. i 1'inc 

" Orraan T., wholesale grocer f2i<; 

State, li. ). h. 33 Linnasan 
" Richard C, laborer. John Reardon i 

Sons, b. i All-ton 

" Roberts., special agent, Am. Bell 

Tel. Co. (95 Milk, B . bom 

Lancaster 
" Thomas, architect, h. 81 Auburn 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 8 Lincoln 
" Wm., h. !7 Myrtle place 
" Wm., printer. University Press, h. i\'l 

Trowbridge 
" William A., electrotypcr, University 

Press, house 11 River 
Boyden Benjamin F., grocer, 854 Main. 

house 223 Green 
" Geo. W., varnisher (Chas'n), boards 

rear 29 Winter [Green 

" Henr L. , shipper, 502 Main, h. 23 
" John E., polisher, 602 Main, b. rear 

29 Winter 
" Sanford E., carriage trimmer, 17<'» 

North avenue, house 25 Hadley 
" Sarah, widow of John, house rear 29 

Winter 
Boyer Chas. L.. carpenter, b. 3 Norfolk 
" Henrv B., clerk (113 Devonshire 

B.), b. 3 Norfolk 
" Herbert L. . clerk (113 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 3 Norfolk 
" Maxon. tinsmith, b. 4 Murray 
" Samuel, stair builder, h. 3 Norfolk 
Boylan Christopher, hostler. Murray-street 

stable, Camb. R. R. Co., house 29 

Cowperthwaite 
" Patrick, nurse, Mass. General Hos- 
pital (B.), h. 152 Green 
Boyle Ann, widow, h. 53 Charles 

" Bernard, oyster opener (B.), house 

25 Jefferson [Camb. 

" Catharine, widow of Edw. G.. h. 498 
" Charles, junk dealer and grocer, 26 

Warren, h. do. 
11 Daniel Mrs., h. 307 Camb. 
" Elizabeth, widow of John, house 163 

Winsor 
" Geo., tow boy, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Geo. H., b. 498 Cambridge 
M James J., cabinet maker. Woodbury 

building. Otis. h. 34j Charles 
" James, laborer, b. Walden, c. Dublin 
" James, teamster, h. 77 Concord av. 
" James H.. clerk, b. 163 Winsor 



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Boyle James K., foreman, Woodbury bldg., 

Otis, h. at Somerville 
" Jane Mrs., h. 100 Ellery 
" Jeremiah J., cabinet maker, "Wood- 
bury bldg., Otis, h. 34 Charles 
" John, teamster, 77 Tremont, h. do. 
" J. J., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Lewis C, watchmaker, 571 Main, b. 

rear 62 Winsor 
" Mary Miss, book-folder, boards Wal- 

den, corner Dublin 
" Mary A., widow of Lewis, house 

rear 62 Winsor 
" Mary E. Miss, bread store, 125 Third, 

house 34£ Charles 
" Michael, elevator man. 169 Gore, 

boards 14 Seventh 
" Nancy, widow, h. 53 Charles 
" Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, house 14 

Seventh 
" Patrick S., cooper, John Reardon & 

Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 
" Rebecca Miss, book-folder, b. Wal- 

den, cor. Dublin 
" Wm., furniture finisher, Otis, corner 

First, house at Charlestown 
" Wm., laborer, Union Glass Co. (Som- 
erville), h. 125 Third 
" Wm., 169 Gore, b. 14 Seventh 
" William C, laborer, Boston Bridge 

Works, h. 125 Third 
Boyman Jas., helper, 634 Main, b. 12 Banks 

" James A., brick layer, h. 12 Banks 
Boynton Chas. F., real estate (Devonshire, 

B.), h. 29 Mt. Pleasant 
" £dw. P., boots and shoes (50 Camb., 

B.), h.' 19 Arlington 
" Fredk'H., book-keeper, Mies Bros., 

Concord av., h. at Somerville 
" Herbert A., clerk (139 Milk, 13.), h. 

11 Perry 
" Herbert H., clerk, office, Secretary 

of State (State House, B.), bds. 39 

Magazine 
" Jacob L., conduct3r, Camb. R. R. 

Co., house Auburn place 
" John L., bail commissioner, house 51 

Cambridge 
" Morris B., produce (53 Com'l, B.), 

house 13 Chauncy 
" Perkins, h. 11 Perry 
" Robert H., h. 394 Main 
" Sadie M. , Kindergarten, 29 Mt. Pleas- 
ant, boards do. 
" Warren R., watchman, Niles Bros., 

Concord av., h. 173 Lake View av. 
Boyson Geo., groceries and provisions, 8£ 

Mt. Auburn, h. 10 do. 
" George H., book-binder, Riverside 

bindery, h. 54 Fairmont 
" Sarah A., widow of Wm. G., house 6 

Fairmont avenue 
" Wm. L. , book-binder, Riverside bind- 
ery, house 26 Fairmont 



Brace Harry W., conductor, Camb. R. R. 

Co., h. 1 Wallace Terrace 
Bracken Francis, gate tender, B. & L. R. 

R., Water st. crossing, h. 8 North 
Brackett Almon (A. Brackett & Co.), car- 
riage painter, 18 Camb., house at 
Somerville 

" A. & Co. (Almon Brackett), carriage 
painters, 18 Cambridge 

" Chas. W., asst. engineer, C. F. D., 
b. 133 Mt. Auburn [Sidney 

" Henry T., clerk, 290 Broadway, h. 7 

" I. Frank, salesman, 7 Harvard sq. , h. 
15 Worcester 

" James, h. 23 Everett 

" Wm. H., h. 133 Mt. Auburn 

" Wm. W., clerk (69 Com'l, B.), b. 7 
Sidney 
Bradbury John P., trav. salesman, 503 
Main, house at- Charlestown 

" Milton W., foreman (295 Wash., B.) 
h. Ill Magazine 

" Wm. F., headmaster, High School, 
house 369 Harvard 

" Wm. H., bds. 369 Harvard 
Bradeen Jacob F., teamster, 169 Gore, and 
mason, house 32 Fourth 

" Jotham S., hay, coal, etc., 253 Cam- 
bridge, h. (36 Springfield Somer- 
ville) 
Bradfield Annie Miss, collar packer, 
Arrow, bds. 57 Charles 

" Robert, laborer, B. & L. R. R., h. 
Charles 
Bradford Gamaliel, stockbroker, (B.), 
8 Prescott 

" Gamaliel, jr., (B.) ; b. 8 Prescott 

" Isaac, house 46 Sacramento 

" James, carpenter, b. 211 Lake View 
avenue 

" J. Russell Mrs., h. 375 Harvard 

" Mary R. Mrs., h. 375 Harvard 

" Matilda Mrs., house 127 Auburn 

" Russell, lawyer ^209 Washington, 
room 53, B.), h. 375 Harvard 
Bradlee Chas. L., locksmith and brass 
worker, 648 Mr.in, h. 646 do. 

" Sherman S., clerk (67 Summer, B.), 
bds. 5 Pleasant 
Bradley Ann Mrs., h. 16 McCabe 

" Dennis, foreman of japan room, 
Third, cor. Potter, h. at Medford 

" Ellen M. Miss, book-keeper, 10 Ar- 
row, bds. at Watertown 

" Ernest, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, bds. 
536 Main 

" -E.'.O., mason, rooms 1274 Camb. 

" George W., iron worker (Cambridge, 
B.), bds. 88h Fifth 

" Jane, widow of Abram, house 291 
Cambridge 

" Julia, widow of John, h. 884 Fifth 

" Lucy C, widow of John W., house 
18 Lee 



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Bradley Maria D., widow of Charles, liouse 

5 Pleasant 
44 Mary, wid. of John, h. 121^ Winsor 
11 Patrick, spring maker, 308 Main, h. 

at Boston 
44 Robert, laborer, 3 Hampshire 
44 Win. J., teamster, 13 Broadway, h. 

74 Hampshire 
Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), h. 44 Erie 
44 Alfred A., salesman (450 Wash.,B.), 

h. 6 Perry [Decatur 

" Eliza S., widow of Thomas, house 31 
" Walter L., telephone inspector (50 

Pearl, B), bds. 31 Decatur 
Brady Bridget Miss, variety store, 15 Vine, 

house do. 
44 Bridget, widow, h. rear 6 East 
44 Charles, laborer (51 Hanover, B.),, 

house 2 Stevens ct. 
" Edw., elerk, B. & M. R. R. freight 

offiee (B.), h. 18 Winter 
44 Edw., sergeaut, police station 2, h. r. 

13 Pine 
44 Edw. F., plumber (16 Province ct., 

B.), bds. 4 Fourth 
44 Edw. J., gardener, h. 163 Winsor 
44 H. A., eonductor, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co. [Boylston 

44 James, at University Press, bds. 12 
44 James, laborer, 169 Gore, house 29 

Seventh 
44 James T., clerk (376 Atlantic av., 

B.), b. 2 Stevens et. 
44 Jeremiah, blower Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville). h. 4 Fourth 
44 John, carpenter, bds. 223 North ave. 
44 John, laborer, 169 Gore, h. rear 186 

Cambridge [Mill 

44 John B., baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, b 7 
" Margaret, widow of John, house r. 

15 Vine 
44 Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, rear 186 

Cambridge, h. do. 
44 Mary J. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 27 

Woodward avenue 
44 Michael, at Hews' pottery, bds. 40 

Spruce [Ninth 

44 Michael, laborer, 169 Gore, house 5 
44 Michael J., baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, h. 

7 Mill [shire 

44 Patrick, glass maker, h. 185 Hamp- 
44 Patrick F., laborer (89 Broad, B.), 

h. 25 Winter 
44 Peter, hostler, Camb. R. R. Co., 

Main, bds. 5 Ninth 
44 Thomas J , liquors (B.), house 136 

Brookline 
Bragdon Orissa S. Miss, supt. P. O., 7 

Harvard row, bds. 47 Hancock, 

Boston 
Bragg Elizabeth Mrs., h. 41 Norfolk 

44 Fred S., clerk (117 State, B.), h. r. 

186 Camb. 



Bragg F. W., conductor, Camb. R. R. Co., 
bds. 117 Prospect 

44 Warren S. (Custom House, B.), h. 
117 Prospect 
Brahn Joseph, baker, 79 Cambridge, h. 99 
Spring 
44 Joseph F., cooper, bds. 99 Spring 
44 see Braun 
Braid Alexander, cabinet maker, 626 Main, 

house 61 Vine 
Brainard John, coachman, 96 Brattle, b.do. 
Brainerd James P., h. 248 North avenue 
Braman Anna E., widow of William F., h. 
97 Columbia 
44 Wm. F., clerk, bds. 97 Columbia 
Bramhall Charles E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, h. 113 Prospect 
Brandley Martha Miss, collar packer, 10 

Arrow 
Brandly Herman F., p cket book maker, 

105 Magazine, h. 153 Green 
Brandon Edward J., book-keeper (14 
Franklin, B), b. 254 Franklin 
44 John, laborer, h. 254 Franklin 
44 Michael, book-binder, 418 Har- 
vard, bds. 254 Franklin 
Brandt Henry H., painter, 436 Main, h. 7 

Gordon place 
Brannack Joseph, helper (126 Portland. 

B.), h. 123 Fourth 
Brannan James E., clerk, 422 Harvard, h. 
4£ Charles river 
44 John M., foreman, boot room, Amer- 
ican Rubber Co. , h. Davis 
Braslan Lizzie A. Miss, h. 413 Cambridge 
BraslinHugh, earthen ware agent, house 88 
Putnam avenue 
44 James, bronzer, Riverside Press, bds. 

88 Putnam avenue 
44 James E., electrotype finisher, Un- 
iversity Press, h. 7 Willard 
44 Mary, widow of John, h. 195 Spruce 
44 Owen Mrs., h. 7 Willard 
44 see Breslin 
Brasor Frank H., 162 Broadway, h. 349 do. 
Brasseau Joseph, cabinet maker, 626 Main 
Brassel John F., cooper, h. 12 Warren 
Brassil Ann, widow of Daniel C, house 193 
Franklin [Franklin 

44 Daniel S., book cutter, bds. 193 
44 James, plumber, bds. 33 Banks 
44 John, book binder, bds. 193 Franklin 
44 John, contractor and grocer, 39 

Banks, honse 42 do. 
44 John, grocer, 40 Banks, h. 28 Flagg 
44 Thomas, gardener, h. 33 Banks 
44 Timothy, laborer, Pelham, house 16 
Harvard 
Brasso Frederick, broom maker, 27 State, 

house 412 Main 
Brattle Square Hotel, Geo. F. Cotton, prop. 

32 and 34 Brattle Square 
Braun Philip H., grocer, 206 and 208 Cam- 
bridge, h. 9 Seventh 



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Braum, see Brahn 

Brautigan Hugo, pocket book maker. 105 

Magazine, h at Roxbury 
Braxton Patrick, hostler, C. R. C. Co., h. 

r. 100 Webster avenue 
Bray John, laborer, h. 57 Harvard 
Brazier Abbi N., widow of Franklin J., 
h. 18 Bigelow 
" Charles G., salesman (407 Wash., B.) 
h. 18 Bigelow [112 Green 

Breed Hubbard W., driver, 502 Main, bds. 
Breeden George, book keeper (Wareham, 
c. Maiden, B.), bds. 11 Fairmont 
" Lewis, clerk ( 4 High, B.), bds. 14 
Fairmont [Fairmont 

" Mary R , widow of Lewis, house 14 
Breen Bartholemew, laborer, h. 3 Madison 
" Henry, bds. Mrs. Mary Cronin's, 

Burns' court 
" John, coal shoveler, h. 8 Camb. 
" John, laborer, h. Willis court 
" Michael, tailor, 430 Harvard, h. 21 

Charles River 
«' Nancy, widow, h. r. 14 Seventh 
*•' Patrick F., liquors, 4 Water, house 
at Sornerville [do. 

" Peter J., shipper, 169 Gore, bds. 147 
" Peter T., stone-cutter, First, near 

Spring, h. 94 Fifth 
<4 Robert, stevecore (B), h. 147 Gore 
*' Thomas, carpenter (Bj, h. 101 Otis 
" Thomas, tinsmith, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
*« Thomas F., clerk, 91 Cambridge, bds. 

147 Gore 
i{ Timothy J., carriage painter, r. 10 

Brattle, h. 10 Crescent 
" William J., milkman, 88 Sixth, h. do. 
Brennan Annie Miss, forewoman of shoe- 
makers, Am. Rubber Co., bds. 79 
Clark 
*« Bridget A. Miss, h. 92 Banks 
•" Catherine J. Mrs., grocer 11 Lopez, 
h. do. [Auburn 

" Cornelius, laborer, house 209 Mount 
** Delia M., teacher Putnam grammar 

school, bds. 325 Cambridge 
<< Eliza Mrs., h. 86 Elm 
«« Ellen Mrs., h. 3 Sparks 
" George A., pickles, h. 230 Bridge 
li James, granite cutter, 53 Main, house 
24 DeWolf [Auburn 

**, Johanna, widow of John, h. 211 Mt. 
** John, carpenter, bds. 44- Boylston 
" John, city laborer, h. 22 Warren 
*■' John, laborer, h. 12 Charles River 
" John, tailor, 418 Harvard, boards 

Boylston 
" John Jr., express helper, bds. 

Charles River 
" John M., overseer Am. Rubber Co., 

house 10 Davis 
** John P., machinist (Boston Gas Co.), 
bds. 250 Bridge [Bridge 

" Margaret, widow of Richard, h. 250 



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Brennan Martin, stone-cutter, h. 52 Win- 

throp 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 163 Portland 
" Mary Miss, h. 85 Gushing 
" Michael, laborer, 5 Broadway, house 

rear 29 Harvard 
" Michael, upholsterer, h. 33 Union 
" Michael J., police, station 2, boards 

211 Mount Auburn 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 23 Suffolk 
" Patrick Mrs., house Garden court, 2d 

from Dublin 
" Patrick H., plumber, b. 92 Banks 
" Peter, stone-cutter, h. 325 Camb. 
" Robert H., driver, b. 250 Bridge 
" Thomas, baker, bds. 407 Camb. 
" Thomas, car inspector B. & L. R. R., 

house 126 Spring place 
" Timothy, teamster 336 Main, boards 

23 Berkshire [h. do. 

" Timothy J,, variety store, 16 Sparks, 
ik William, boot maker, Am. Rubber 

Co., Ninth 
Breslin Catherine T., widow, b. 174 Camb. 
" Cornelius V., electrotyper, Riverside 

Press, h. 13 Dyke 
" Joseph, boiler maker, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. 130 Third 
" Joseph, clerk 8 Boylston, b. 13 Dyke 
" Mary, widow of John, h. Harvey, c. 

Montgomery [147 Dublin 

" Michael C, gate tender, E. R. R., h. 
Bresnahan Annie Miss, h. 431 Camb. 

" Luke, painter, h. 26 Montgomery 
Bresnan Jane, widow of Timothy, h.7 Reed 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 18 Reed 
" Patrick, laborer, bds. 7 Heed 
" Timothy, laborer, bds. 7 Reed 
Bresnihan Daniel, book binder, house 17 

Washington 
" James, laborer, bds. 40 Reed 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 5 Jackson 
Bresnon Thomas, driver, 215 Camb., bds. 

213 do. [h. 13 Winsor 

Breton Auguste, cook (Quincy House, B.), 

Brett John, painter, 642 Main, h. 146 Pearl 

" Mary T., widow of Samuel G.. mnfr. 

Eureka Salve (247 Wash. B.j, h. 17 

Fairmont 
Brewer Charles, carpenter River junction 

Western ave., bds. 559 Main 
" Ch tries O., salesman (F. H. Market, 

B.), h. 29 Fairmont 
11 David, provisions, 9 Brattle and (W. 

C. Piper &Co.),3 do., house 32 

Shepard 
Brewer Thomas H., provisions, 1 Brew r er 

block, Brattle square, h. do. 
Brewster Adelbert, boot maker, Am. Rub- 
ber Co., h. 84 Moore 
" John, h. 145 Brattle 
" John L., supt. of schools (Lawrence), 

bds. 145 Brattle 



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Co., Ninth 
" "Win., naturalist, h. 6 sparks 
" Win. Y.. manager (31 Milk, room 13 

B.), h. 13 Avon 
" "Win. T., scientist, bds. 146 Brattle 
Brian James J., cooper, 169 Gore, b. 9 

Squire's ct. 
Briand Alex., carpenter, h. 2 Marvin pi. 
Bricketl Eliza A., n\ i<U>\\ of Walter 1)., h. 
Conlan's court 
" Geo. 1)., brush maker (Com'l. B.) 
bds. 1 Conlan's ct. 
Brickley John, shoemaker (15), boards 11 
Ninth [Roxbury 

" M., lumber, 1G2 Broadway, house at 
Brickner Adam, wood carver, Otis, corner 

First 
Bridden Benjamin F.. police, station 5, h. 
4G Spruce 
" Horace E., letter carrier, Camb. P. 

0., Gil Main. h. 84 Auburn 
" Winnie JMrs., boarding-house, 1 Union 
Bridge John, school supplies (B) boards 4 
Sacremento pi. 
" Samuel G., conductor, C. R. St. By. 

Co., h. 35 Auburn 
'"' Wm. F., jig and band sawyer, 44 
Cambridge, h. at Charlestown 
Bridges George E. , conductor, Camb. Rail- 
road Co., h. at Watertown 
" H. E., driver Camb. Railroad Co. 
" Humphrey A., salesman (36 Pearl, 

B), h. 2 Brewster pi. 
" Julia A., wid. of Hiram, h. 62 Auburn 
Bridgham Fred H., piano action maker, 

bds. 60 Sacramento 
Briem Fidel, heel maker, Am. Rubber Co. 

h. 167 Otis 
Brigadier Noah H. . whitewashes h. 4 Athens 
Briggs Albert P., bds. 19 Mellen 

" Emma J., wid. of Edward, h. 63 Vine 
" Frank C, salesman (129 Tremont, 

B.) boards 19 Mellen 
" Geo., key sawyer, 139 Broadway, h. 

at Marshfield 
" George T., machinist, 368 Main, h. 

172 Columbia 
" Geo. W., pastor, Austin-St. Unitarian 

Church, bds. 56 Buckingham 
" Horatio N., carpenter, h. 17 Beaver 
" John, milkman, h. 41 Walden 
" LeBaron R., instructor in English, 

H. U., h. 56 Buckingham 
" Lemuel W., student, bds. 720 Main 
" Mary C Mrs., h. 123£ Winsor 
" Sarah M., widow of Walter D., h. 

720 Main 
" Thomas P., Rev., h. 19 Mellen 
" Walter D.. salesman (82 Chauncy 

house 722 Main 
" Wm. A., carpenter, h. 32 Andrew 



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Briggs Wm. C, gate keeper. Safe Deposit 
Vaults (Equitable bid-.. B.) bouse 
h. 7 Hancock place 
11 Wm. II.. key finisher (791 Tremont 

B. . h. 22:; Broadway, room l 
" Wm. B., salesman (608 Washington 

B. . li. 64 River 
" Wm. R., salesman (17 Tremonl Row, 

B.) bds. 19 Mellen 

Brigham Frank E., (F. IS. Brigliam &Co.) 

grocer, 1 7H Harvard, b. '1 Percy pi. 

" Frederick A., salesman (ISO Federal, 

B.), h. 17:; Lake View ave. 

'* Freeman. bds. !> Mt. Auburn 

" F. E. & Co. i Frank E. Brigham; gro- 
cers, 178 Harvard 
Brigham George E. , trav. salesman (B.) 
h. 352 Pearl 

" George W.. liquors 02 Mt. Auburn 
and (12 Chardon, B.) h. at Boston 

" Mary M., teacher, Allston grammer 
school, bds. at Boston 

" Susan H., Mies, h. Its Winsor 

t; William, bds. 3.32 Pearl 
Bright Elizabeth Mrs., h. 104 Trowbridge 



104 Trowbridge 
U., b. 33 Lee 
'6 State, B.;, bds 

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" Ellen E., Miss. h. 
*' Elliott, student H. 
" Elma IL, clerk, {', 

328 Broadway 
" Henrv, com. mer. 

h. 33 Lee 
" Horace ()., president Boston Ice Co. 

(76 State, B.), h. 328 Broadway 
" John J., Boston Ice Co. (76 State, B.) 
h. 320 Broadway 
Brignoli Joseph, fruit stand, 563 Main h. 

r. 36 Auburn 
Brine Chas. H., letter carrier, (Boston P. 
0.) r h. 38 Winter 
" Henry C, diy and fancy goods, 485 

Main. h. at Somerville 
" James W., clothing, etc., 10 Harvard 

row, rooms at Arlington 
" John B., clerk, 10 Harvard row, h. 

36 Wallace 
" John K., cutter, b. 74 Otis 
" Mary A. Miss, book-keeper (17 Tre- 
mont row, B.), b. 74 Otis 
" Robert, tailor, (19 Tremont row, rm. 

2 B), h. 74 Otis 

" Robert F., clerk (19 Tremont row, 

B.), b. 74 Otis [Webster ave. 

" Stephen, fish cutter (B.), house 132 

" William, clerk, 10 Harvard row, h. at 

Arlington 
" see O'Brien 
Briney Thomas, laborer, h. 1 Pioneer 
Brinkley Richard, h. 30 Hastings 
Brinkman Charles, sugar boiler. Revere 

Sugar Refinery, rooms 79 Gore 
Brinton John, coachman, 32 Quincy 
Brior Thomas, book binder, Riverside Press 
Britt Charles, paper hanger, bds. 146 Pearl 
" John, painter, h. 146 Peatl 



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Britt Mary Mrs., h. 146 Pearl 

Brittain Samuel, carpenter, h. 1 Ayer's blk. 

Third 
Britton Delia A. Mrs., dressmaker, 343 

Main, h. do. 
" Henry A., trimmer (91 Wash., B.), 

h. 89 Spring 
" John, gardener, 145 Brattle, h. rear 

46 Foster [Western av. 

" Joseph, clerk (P. O., B.), house 30 

Broadbent Wm., foreman of turners 162 

Broadway, h. 24 Hunting 
Broadhead Albert G., student, H. U., rms. 

Miss C. M. Harris, Francis ave. 
Brochan Jean M., cook, h. 62 Broadwav 

BROCK BROTHERS, (H. I)., 
O. H., F. E. and L. N. Brock), stoves, 
etc., 12 and 16 Brattie (see p. 475) 
Brock Edwin O., carpenter, bds. 6 Sumner 
" Frank E., (Brock Bros.), stoves, etc. 

12 Brattle, h. 13 Mellen 

" Hallibuaton I). (Brock Brothers), 

stoves, etc., 12 Brattle, house 47 Mt. 

Auburn [13 do., h. 84 Mt. Auburn 

" Ira W., janitor, College House, office 

" John A., elevator tender, 169 Gore, h. 

102 Thorndike 
" Leslie N. (Brock Bros.), stoves, etc., 

12 Brattle, h. 16 Story 
" Ossian H. (Brock Brothers), stoves, 

etc., 12 Brattle, bds. 6 Sumner 

" Solomon H. , h. 6 Sumner 

" Willie C, printer (Boston), bds. 102 

Thorndike [h. do. 

Broderick Ann Miss, variety store, 54 Gore, 

'■ Edward, carriage painter, 232 North 

ave., h. Raymond, n. Walden 
" Edward T., clerk, 50k DeWolf, bds. 

50 do. 
" John F. Rev., assistant pastor, St. 

Peter's church, h. 29 Buckingham 
" Thos., grocer, 50^ DeWolf, h. 50 do. 
Broders John, stair builder, h. 3 Norfolk 
Brodhurst Edward, carriage painter, 232 
North ave. [h. 25 Pine 

Brodie George W., conductor, C. R.R. Co., 
" Hugh, blacksmith, 356 Main, house 68 
Brookline [ridge, h. do. 

Brogan Bernard J., hairdresser, 162 Camb- 
" James, cooper, 502 Main, bds. 10 Has- 
tings 
" John A., city lamplighter, h. 20 Pine 
" Nicholas, city laborer, h. 1 Garden ct. 
" Patrick, gardener, h. Raymond, cor. 
Walden 
Brogen James, teamster, bds. 14 Dublin 
" John, gardener, h. 14 Dublin 
" John H., tug-boat steward, house 382 

Cambridge 
" William J., milkman, h. 21 Donnell 
Brohan Edward H., tinsmith, C. H. North & 
Co. (Somerville), bds. 58 Spring 
" John H., teamster (B.), h. 66 Charles 



Brohan Patrick, engineer, Otis, n. First, h. 
58 Spring [bds. 58 Spring 

" Thomas, metal worker, Otis, n. First, 
Broman Andrew, tailor (B.). h. 3 Pelham 
Brookings Charles S., painter, 7 Western 
ave., h. 23 Hamilton 

" Samuel H,, h. 729 Cambridge 
Brooks Albert, jobber, h. 11 Flagg-st. ct. 

" Alfred A., bds. 220 Brattle 

" Ann Mrs., boarding-house, 40 Spruce 

" Annie B. Mrs., h. 34 Magazine 

" B. H. Mrs., h. 53 Dana 

" Charles S., boots and shoes (112 Sum- 
mer. B.), h. 495 Main 

" Edward C, lumber surveyor (75 
State, B.), bds. 220 Brattle 

" Edward H., civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, 623 Main, h. r. 61 Austin 

" Edwin C, pumping engineer, C. W. 
W., Worthington, cor. Lake View 
ave., h. do. 

" Eugene D., tanner's and currier's sup- 
plies (100 High, B.), h. 21 Lee 

" Evelina Miss, teacher, Quincy Pri- 
mary School, bds. 38 Arlington 

" George M., Judge of Probate and 
Insolvency, Court House, Third, h. 
at Concord, Mass. 

" Henry, student, H. U., rms. 16 Oxford 

" Herbert H., clerk (75 State, B.), bds. 
220 Brattle 

" Herbert J., 169 Gore, b. 6 Squire's ct. 

" Hiram W., com. mer., house 57 Lake 
View ave. 

" Isaac A., h. 220 Brattle 

" James W., trustee, McKay & Bigelow 
Heeling Association (108 Summer, 
B.), h. 4 Berkeley 

" John, treasurer (19 Exchange pl.,rm. 
6, B.), h. 64 Brattle 

" John F., foreman of boxmakers, 169 
Gore, bds. 6 Squire's ct. 

" John W., carpenter, h. 138 Spring 

" J. Mason, clerk (35 Broad, B.), h. 28 
Inman 

" J. Mason, 2d, real estate (221 Wash- 
ington, B.), bds. 57 Lake View av., 

" Maria, widow of John, h. 39 Winter 

" Martha W., h. 4 Berkeley 

" Mary W. Miss, bds. 28 Lee 

'• Matthew, h. 204 Harvard 

" Patrick, marble worker, A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, h. McDonald 

!> Sumner J., h. 119 North ave. [mont 

" Susan E., widow of Lucius, h. 15 Tre- 

" Thomas, granite worker, A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, bds. McDonald 

" William, journalist, h. 38 Arlington 

" William F., marble worker, A. Mc- 
Donald, boards Patrick Brooks', 
McDonald [nery, h. do. 

" William H., farmer, Almshouse, Tan- 
Broomhead Mark, coffee dealer, 214 Colum- 
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Brophy James, laborer, B. & I>. R.R. shop' 
Bridge 

" Timothy, city laborer, h. 100 Hamp- 
shire 
Brosnahan Catharine Mrs., h. :'>5 Sargent 

•• John F., mason, i;;; Spruce, h. do. 

" Maurice b\, driver. 57 Otis, bds. do. 

" Thomas 1'., laborer, h. 140 Spruce 
Brosseau Charles, brickmaker, bds. r. Bay 

State Brick Yard, 124 Spruce 
Brothers Henry, machinist, B. & L. R. R. 
shop, h. at Sotuerville 

" John, mariner, h. 11 Klagg-st. ct. 
Brotherton Joseph H., currier. Dudley, h. 

358 North ave. 
Broughan John 11.. laborer, h. 50 Charles 
Broughton George, bookbinder, Riverside 

Press, rms. 38 River 
Brouseau Joseph, cabinet maker, house 108 
Tremont [h. Brewery 

Brousseau Albert, broom maker, 27 State, 
Brow Joseph, fireman, St. Mary's Church, 
bds. 81 Tremont [Pleasant 

Brown Abby S., wid. of Charles H., bds. 13 

" Albert, h. 81 Inman 

" Albert, waiter Memorial Hall, h. 61 
Hastings 

11 Albert H., upholsterer, b. 81 Inman 

" Alvah W., cigars, tobacco, etc., 105 
Cambridge, h. 40 Sixth 

« ( Alvin B , teamster, h. Sii Wash. 

'• Angie A, Miss, boarding house, h. 52 
Austin 

" Archibald, laborer, h. G Willow 

" Artemas Z., principal assessor dis- 
trict 2, office City Hall, house 57 
Magazine 

11 A., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 

" Beverly, hostler Harvard Square sta- 
ble, Camb. R. R. Co., house 66 Put- 
nam avenue 

" Beverly jr., waiter, b. C>6 Putnam av. 

" Bridget, widow of Joh" M., h. 32 
Winthrop 

" Bristol, porter, h. 21 Hastings 

" Brunswick, hostler, 36 Charles, h. 110 
Fourth 

" Chas., b. 9 Norfolk 

" Chas., carpenter, 102 Main, house 7 
Fairmont avenue 

" Chas., laborer, h. 87 Wash. 

" Chas. A., foreman street department 
City Hall. h. 31 Shepard 

» Chas. E., h. r. 123 Elm 

" Chas. E., variety store, 45 Main, h. 
r. 123 Elm 

•' Chas. E., cracker peddler, h. 15 Mead 

" Charles F., action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, rooms 57 Columbia 

'• Charles H., baker, 376 Cambridge, h. 
r. 15 Antrim 

" Chas. H, coachman, 296 Xorth av. , 
h. Hollis, n. Spruce 



Brown ('las. II., key fitter, 139 Broadway, 
rooms <;.s Pleasant 
" Charles II., se ing machine agent, h. 

20 Park 
»' Chas. S., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

h. 49 Market 
" Charles \\\. sewing machine agent, 1 

Columbia, h. 20 Park 
" Cnarlotte, widow of Robert, h. 22 

Charles River 
" Charlotte M. Mrs., nurse, h. 3 Lam- 
son place [Green 
" C. Richmond, student II. I'., b. 225| 
" Dana, baker. 502 Main. h. 16 Sidney, 
" Daniel, wheelwright, etc., 5 Palmer 

h. 14 Appian-way 
" Daniel, b. 430 Main 
•' Daniel L. Mrs., h. 65 North av. 
" David, barrels, h. 117^ Camb. 
11 David, laborer, 131 Broadway, h. 182 

Harvard 
" David, machinist Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth, h. at E. Boston 
" David, h. 41 Essex 
" Dennis, fireman, h. 167 Harvard 
" Edgar K., baker, 502 Main, bds. !• 

Norfolk 
" Edward, laborer, h. 40 Vine 
" Edward (i., carpenter, h. 67 Sidney 
' ; Edward J., dry goods {58 to 60 

Green, B.), h. 4 Brookline 
" Edward P., musician (103 Court, B.), 

h. 37 Mellen 
" Edwin, milkman, 36 Charles, house 6 

Chestnut Park 
'• Edwin, h. 1 Dickinson 
" Eleazar G., organ maker, 101 Gore, 

h. at Boston 
" Eliza, Avid, of Peter, h. 163 Columbia 
" Eliza F., widow of Horace W., bds. 

314 Broadway 
" Elizabeth M. Mrs.,b. 17 Ellsworth av. 
" Ellis E.. laboratory, h. r. 112 Columbia 
" Eugene M., dentist (B.), h. 664 Main 
" Evan, h. 48 Brattle 
" Edmund K. , conductor Camb. R. R. 

Co., b. 121 Western av. 
" Florence C. Miss, bookkeeper, 63 

River, b. 22 Inman 
" Francis W., teamster, 185 Broadway. 

h. 11 Lincoln 
4i Frank A., machinist, h. 125 Auburn 
" Frank Hall, bds. 79 Pearl 
" Frank P., starter Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

41 Western a v. 
" Frank T., driver Chas. R. St. Ry.Co. 
" Fred, polisher, 234 Main, h. 22 Lopez 
" Fred H., teamster, 91 B'dway., h. do. 
" FredW., furniture (169 Cambridge. 
B.), h. 185 Brookline [57 Banks 
" Frederick, waiter, Prospect House, h. 
li Frederic A,, bookkeeper Fresh Pond 
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Brown Frederick H., book-keeper, 502 

Main, b. 7 Fairmont av. 
Geo. Mrs., coat washer Ames Rubber 

Co., h- 204 Third 
Geo. D-, janitor Central sq. bldg., 

Central sq. , h. 864 Main 
Geo. E., electrotyper, University 

Press, b. 100 River 
Geo. F. (Geo. F. Brown & Co.), 12 

Central square, h. 34 Lancaster 
George F. & Co. (George F. Brown), 

hay, grain and straw, 12 Central sq. 
Geo. H., teacher private school, 11 

Appian-way, b. 11 Berkeley 
Geo. O., bookkeeper, 12 Central sq., 

b. 34 Lancaster 
Gilbert, carpenter h. r. 9 Sargent 
Gilbert, currier, Dudley 
Hanora, widow of Philip, b. 4 Dick- 
Harriet R. Mrs., bds. 15 Webster av. 

inson 
Henry A., conductor Camb. R. R. 

Co.,b. 100 River 
Henrv D., books, etc. (67 Cornhill, 

B.), h. 880 Main 
Horace, book-keeper, Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Woburn 
Ida A. Mrs., h. r. 88 Harvard 
Ida F. Miss, dressmaker, h. 7 King pi. 
Inglis H., planing mill (Union square, 

Somervijie) , h. 79 Pearl 
Isabella, widow of James, house 39 

Somerset [h. Hotel School 

Irving W., packer (5U Franklin, B.), 
Irving VV. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

Hotel School 
Isaac, whitener and colorer, house 11 

Flagg st. ct. 
James, carpenter, rooms 77 River 
James, laborer, h. 7 Camden pi. [do. 
James, machinist, 92 Main, house 149 
James, jr., laborer, b. 7 Camden pi. 
James A., seaman (U. S. Navy), h. 

5 Pine 
James C, proof-reader, Riverside 

Press, h. Waverly, North Brighton 
James F., driver, 203 Bridge, boards 

161 Columbia 
James H., bds. 94 Hancock 
James L., clerk, 621 Main,, house at 

West Somerville 
James R., h. Brown's block, Third 
James W., driver, h. 39 Somerset 
Joel W. (Burnett & Brown), machine 

blacksmith, opp. 226 Third, house 

at Melrose 
John, packer (B.), bds. 163 Columbia 
John C, laborer, bds. 7 Camden pi. 
John D., student, H. U., rooms 38 

North ave. 
John G., iron and steel (69 Purchase, 

B.), house 15 Craigie 
John H., cigar maker, 513 Main, h. 

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Brown John M. (Little, Brown 
Blackstone, h. at Belmont 

" John S., cracker dealer, h. 15 Perry 

" Joseph C, carpenter, bds. 7 Fairmont 
ave. [Porter's Hotel 

" Joseph H, potter, Crescent ave., bds. 

" Joseph L., h. 47 Hampshire 

" J. Sidney, polishtr, Main, c. Albany, 
rooms 391 Main 

" Leroy S., com. mer. (60 Commerce, 
B.), h. 295 North ave. 

" Levi S., engineer, 243 Broadway, h. 
Phinney's block, Dickinson 

" Lyman B., hack driver, 120 Green, h. 
652 Main 

" Margaret, periodicals and variety 
store, 409 Cambridge, house do. 

" Margaret, widow of Wm., h. 25 Grant 

" Mary, widow of Patrick, house 91 
Tremont 

" Mary A. Miss, teacher Sargent prima- 
ry school, boards at Boston 

14 Mary B., widow of Ebenezer P., h. 
1 Centre [house 48 Brattle 

•' Mary E., widow of Evan, boarding- 

" Mary F. Miss, teacher, h. 36 Cottage 

" Mary R. , widow of James C, house 
225£ Green [line 

" Matthew P., carpenter, h. 185 Brook- 

" Michael, laborer, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 12 Conlon's court 

" Nora A., widow of John H., house 3 
Hannum's block, Broadway 

" Oliver H. (Brown & Bickford) , gro- 
ceries and provisions, 167 Pearl, b. 
Green 

" Otis S. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), Ill 
Bridge, house 29 Second 

" Otis S. & Co. (Otis S. Brown, Hiram 
R. Hutchinson and Frank H. Mar- 
shall), flour, grain, etc., 109 to 113 
Bridge [Front 

" Patience Miss, boarding house 24 

" Patrick, calender American Rubber 
Co., bds. 26 Portland 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 25 Cambridge 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 148 Third 

" Patrick A., teamster, h. 5 Conlon's ct. 

" Patrick B., truckman, h, 5 Conlon's ct. 

" Rebecca, widow of Walker, house 33 
Elmer 

" Richard, hostler, bds. 66 Putnam ave. 

" Richard, 153 Putnam ave., house 28 
Fairmont ave. [Wallace 

" Robert, jr. , architect (B.), house ll£ 

" Robert A., shoe stitcher, h. 14 Jay 

" Robert C, watchman 20 Albany, h. 
57 Cherry 

" Robert J., clerk, 409 Cambridge h. do. 

" Rufus, car repairer, Camb. R.R. Co., 
h. at Somerville 

" Russell P., clerk, 154 North avenue, 
bds. 2 Loring, Somerville 

" Sarah J. Miss, h. 161 Columbia 



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Brown Schuyler L., surveyor, Mt. Auburn 

cemetery corporation, h. 25 Cushing 
'• Sidney, piano polisher, 20 Albany 
" Sylvester B., law student, 11. U., h. 5 

Hillside ave. 
" Thomas, stone cutter, Ayer's wharf, 

Third, house at South Boston 
" Thomas F. (T. F. Brown & Co.), 

furniture mnfr., 14 Gore, house at 

Maiden [Cogswell ave. 

" Thomas F., wood turner (B.), h. 27 
" T. F. & Co. (Thomas F. Brown), 

furniture mnfrs., 14 Gore 
" Wendell C, student, bds. 225A Green 
" William, boilermaker, 225 Bridge 
" Wm., milkman, Charles, cor. Fifth 
" Wm. F., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, h. 35 

Amory 



>, X> Frankin, B.), h. 14 Park (see p. 4^7) 

" Wm. H., second-hand clothing, 465 

Main, and 390 Cambridge, house 71 

Putnam ave. 

" Wm. H., secretary Balance Valve 

Water Meter Co. (131 Devonshire, 

B.), bds. 65 North ave. 

" Wm. J., waiter, Memorial Hall, bds. 

66 Putnam ave. 
" Wm. J., pressman, "Tribune," Lin- 
den, bds. 38 De Wolf 
" Wm. P., book-keeper, A. H. Hews & 
Co.. Crescent ave., h. 15 Worcester 
" Wm. S., baker (99 Prince, B.), house 

94 Hancock 
" Win. Wilson, chimney sweep (^22£ 

Brattle, B.), h. 73 Hastings 
" & Bickford (Oliver H. Brown and Ab- 
bie J. Bickford, groceries and pro- 
visions, 167 Pearl 
Browne Benjamin A. , provisions, 290 Broad- 
way, house 64 Antrim 
BROWNE GEO. H., teacher boys 
school, 8 Garden, rooms do. 
John K. Rev., h. 4 Tufts 
Browning Edith F. Mrs., h. 14 Mellen 
" Fannie P. Miss, teacher Corlett gram- 
mar school, bds. at Belmont 
" Francis, foreman of tinsmiths, 153 
Putnam avenue, h. 167 do. 
#, " John S-., clerk (283 Washington, B.) 

5 bds. 167 Putnam avenue 

V Brownlee Annie E. Mrs., h. 66 Dana 

■H Brownlow Joseph, h. 16 Perry 

" Joseph, h. 16 Perry 
^ " Joseph J., bds. 16 Perry 

** " William A., lawyer (10 Tremont row 

6 room 49, B.), bds. 16 Perry 

■H Bruce Alexander, tailor (B) bds. 20 Cogs- 

well avenue 
£* " Annette Miss, teacher Putnam gram- 

^2 mar school, house at Hyde Park 

£* " Eliza, widow of Hector, h. 20 Cogs- 

-_> well avenue 

" John, blacksmith, b. 20 Cosrswell av. 



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Bruce Joseph C. (177 State, B.), boards 3 
Brewer's block, Brattle sq. 
" Joseph M., tailor (li.j, boards 20 

Cogswell avenue 
" Olive W. Mrs., h. 165 Spring 
Brudeau Joseph, laborer, h. 152 Spruce 
Brum Antonio E., hairdresser, 10l£ Cam 

ridge, h. at Somerville 
Brummet Frank A., clerk, 69 Norfolk, bds. 

122 Prospect 
Bruneau Joseph, brickmaker, h. 150 Spruce 
Brunt Wm., milkman, h. 13 Willard 

" Wm. H. (Wm. Elliott & Co.), car- 
riage mnfr., Boylston, cor. Murray 
Brupbacher Fritz, caterer, h. 24 Sacramento 
Brusch Bernard, boarding-house, 1 Wash. 
" Louisa, widow of John, house 1 
Washington 
Bryant Amos G., laborer, h. 3 Madison 
" Benjamin R., com. merchant (50 No. 

Market. B.), h. 11 Tremont 
" Francis, agent (550 Washington, B.) 

h. 37 Cogswell avenue 
" George, cooper, bds. 1 Washington 
" Joseph A., paper ruler (82 State, B.) 

house 99 Prospect 
" Lewis, house 19 Green 
" Lewis L., assistant City physician and 

physician, 1 Norfolk, house do. 
" Sophia B., widow of Lewis H., h. 1 

Norfolk 
" S. Gertrude Miss, music teacher, 1 

Norfolk, boards do. 
" Wm. T. (177 State, B.) h. 648 Cam- 
bridge 
Bryden Jemima Mrs., asst. matron Alms- 
house, Tannery, boards do. 
Buchanan John, teamster, Richardson & Ba- 
con, house 222 Franklin 
" Mary A., widow of Daniel, nurse, h. 

95£ Harvard 
" Robert, laborer Niles Bros., boards 

A. B. Bunnell's, off Adams 
" Wm. H., driver Carnb. Railroad Co., 

house 7 Charles River 
" Wm. H. jr., boards 7 Charles River 
Buck Abijah R., machinist, 162 Broadway, 
house 50 Winsor 
" Austin J., clerk, 497 Main, bds. 247 

Broadway 
" Ella F. Miss, h. rear 58 Thorndike 
" Fidel, mill hand, Second, c. Thorn- 
dike, h. 70 Second 
" Frank A., paper box maker (Green, 

B.), boards 16 Elm 
*' Fred M., clerk, boards 50 Winsor 
" James, compositor Riverside Press, h. 

10 Andrew 
" John S., h. rear 58 Thorndike 
" Lucius A., iron moulder, Pelham, h. 

14 Market 
" Silas B., h. 2 Greenough av. 
" Silas E., bookkeeper, 211 Bridge, h. 
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Buck Susan E.. widow, h. 247 Broadway 

BUCK. WIEEIAWI H., express 16 
Holyoke and (38 Broad and 155 Con- 
gress, B.), h- 16 Holvoke (see page 
476) 
Buck William L., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, boards 247 Broadway 
Buckingham Silas H.. iron founder (74 In- 
dia, B.) h. 624 Cambridge 
Buckland Georgianna Mrs., lodging-house, 

25 Holyoke 

Buckley Annie M., widow of G. Sevaine, 

bds. 4 White [Cambridge 

" Catherine, widow of John, house 279 

" Catherine, widow of William, house 

202 Bridge 
" Charles J., furniture polisher (B.), b. 
28 Vine [Cambridge 

" Cornelius, team ter, boards 279 
" Daniel, blacksmith, b. 5 Pioneer 
" Daniel, engine cleaner B. & M. R. R. 

house 9 Short 
•' Daniel, lab., 169 Gore, h. 128 Web- 



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UCRLEY DANIEL. A., real es- 
tate and insurance agent and editor 

and propr., Cambridge News, 547 

Main, h. 278 Harvard (see p, 478) 
Daniel F., grease collector, boards 

131 Webster avenue 
Dennis, blacksmith Camb. R. 
Edward G., clerk, 147 Bridge 

2 Short 
Ellen, widow, house 27 Vine 
Hannah, widow of Timothy, 

Webster avenue 
James, glass blower N. E. Glass 

Works, boards 25 Third 
James, laborer (Chas'n), h. 25 Third 
James, mill hand, American Rubber 

Company 
James, at American Net and Twine 

Co., boards 30 Vine 
James, house 277 Cambridge 
James B., glass maker, N. E. Glass 
Jeremiah, driver Camb. R. R. Co., b. 

Co., bds. 25 Third [35 Jefferson 
Jeremiah, grocer, 51 Amory, h. do. 
Joanna, widow, house 30 Vine 
John, carpenter, h. 133 Winsor 
John, teamster, 81 Bridge, boards 35 

Jefferson 
John, bds. 131 Webster av. 
John Mrs., h. 2 Short 
John C, laborer (52 Union, B.), h. 

273 Cambridge 
John F., 174 Broadway, bds. 28 Vine 
John H., plumber, h. 4 Suffolk 
John J., liquors, 147 Bridge, bds. 2 

Short [Jefferson 

Michael, teamster, 28 Bridge, hi 35 
Nellie Miss, dressmaker, 131 Web- 
ster avenue, bds. do. 



Buckley Nellie M. Miss, clerk, 279 Camb., 
b. 277 do. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 36 Hampshire 
" Peter, blacksmith, h. 4 Pioneer 
" Thomas, horse shoer, Camb. R. R. 

Co., h. 26 Vineyard 
" Thos. F., blacksmth, h. 4 Pioneer 
" Timothy, house 28 Vine 
" Timothy L., laborer (Chas'n.), b. 25 

Third 
" Wm. H., clerk, b. 25 Third 
Buckman Aaron A., teamster, h. 31 Camb. 
" Benjamin F., printer, bds. Mrs. A. 

Johnston's, Clark 
" Caleb P., stationer (40 Hawley, B), 

bds. 646 Main 
" Charles E., adv. agent, Globe Theatre 
(598 Washington, B.), h. 2 Board- 
man place 
" Jesse K., printer, h. 34 Clark 
Buckman Jesse M., printer, h. 288 B'dway 

" Sarah A. Mrs., h. 48 Fairmont 
Bucknell Kate B., widow of Benj. W., h. 

68 Mt. Auburn 
Buckner Henry, clergyman, h. rear 32 

Hastings 
Buckschitski Daniel, cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury building, Otis, h. at Boston 
Budden Wm. L., wood carver, h. 89 Gore 
Budroe Hubert, laborer, h. 2 Hunting 
Bushner Adam, wood carver, rms. 69^ Fifth 
Buffum Ferdinand M., bell hanger, 648 
Main, h. 8 Temple 
" Elora M. Miss, packer (276 Devon- 
shire, B.), bds. 51 Fairmont 
" James L., paper hanger, 101 Norfolk, 
house do. 
Bugbee John B. (Holt & Bugbee), hard 
wood lumber, 17 East and (173 
Friend, B.), h. (138 Newbury, B.) 
Buker Edwin, planer, 3 Hampshire, h. 187 

Broadway 
Bulhnch Ellen, teacher of painting, b. 136 
Mt. Auburn 
" Stephen G. Mrs., h. 136 Mt. Auburn 
Bulger Nicholas, cooper, h. 199 Norfolk 
" Nicholas, cooper, 169 Gore, bds. 44 
Seventh 
Bulkley Walter, waiter, Memorial Hall, 

rooms 5 Elmer 
Bull Ole Mrs., h. Elmwood av., cor. Mt- 

Auburn 
Bullard Asa Rev., house 22 Centre 

" D. Webster, clerk (3 Court House, 

B.), h. 20 Maple av. 
" Elizabeth C. Miss, music teacher, 378 

Harvard, house do. 
" Enoch H., at O. C. R. R. depot 

(Kneeland, B.) h. 20 Maple av. 
" Gardner C, student, b. 757 Main 

BULLARDHEWRFW., messen- 
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Prospect, b. 757 Main 



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Camb. National Bank, 87 Cambridge 
h. 19 Bigelow 
" Joseph ()., pottery (Western avenue, 

Allston), h. 772 Main 
" Mary A. Mrs., h. 378 Harvard 
" Mary L. Miss, teacher, Holmes pri- 
mary school, b. S78 Harvard 
BULLARD WILLARD A., cash- 
ier First National Hank, Main, cor. 
Prospect, h. 757 Main 
" Wm. H., engineer, 153 Putnam a\ r ., 
li. 154 Pleasant 
Bullen Alvin A., letter carrier, Camb P. 
0., 8 Harvard row. h. at Somerville 
Bullock Charles (Bullock & Sawyer), den- 
tist, 569 Main, h. 265 North av. 
" Harry E., wood turner, h. 20 Front 
" Herbert W., musician, b. 51 Market 
" Laban, wood turner, h. 20 Front 
" Otis S., machinist, 179 Broadway, h. 

10 Elm 
" Thomas, laborer, Cochrane Chemical 

Co., Potter, h. 58 Charles 
" Warreo L., machinist, h. 51 Market 
" & Sawyer (Charles Bullock and Al- 
bert J. Sawyer), dentists, 569 Main 
Bulmer Edward Q., laborer, h. 22 Cogswell 

avenue 
Bulstradl George, cabinet maker, 626 Main, 

house 15 Laurel 
Bumstead Freeman Mrs., widow, house 12 

Berkeley 
Bunce Joshua, boot maker, Amer. Rubber 

Co., rooms 71 Hastings 

Bunker Abbie H. Miss, dressmaker, h. 14 

Sidney [14 Sidney 

" Georgie C. Miss, housekeeper, house 

" Laura E. Miss, book-keeper (Attle- 

boro'), h. 14 Sidney 
" Nathaniel "W.. carpenter, h. 6 Beech 
" Wm., house 14 Sidney 
Bunnell Abner B., carpenter, h. off Adams, 

near Belmont line 
Bunten Alonzo, engraver (4 Alden, B.), h. 

20 Allen 
Bunton George W.. book-keeper (450 
Washington, B.), h. Wash, avenue, 
corner Hillside av. 
" Robert, blacksmith, 202 North av. 

BUTTON WJW. A., wholesale gro- 
cer (5 and 7 Commercial, B.), h. 36 
Mt. Auburn, after April 1, 1886, 16 
Chauncy (see p. 10) 
" U. E., conductor, Camb. R. R. Co., 
bds. at Arlington 
Burbank Edwin A., cashier. North Nation- 
al Bank (109 Franklin, B.), house 
38 Shepard 
" George, traveling salesman, bds. 156 
Harvard [Main 

" Hannah F., widow of Otis, house 874 
" A. W., painter, rear 14 Boylston, b. 
88 Mt. Auburn 



Burbank Win. II.. driver. Camb. R.R. Co., 

b. 128 River 
Burbeck Geo. I) . lab., h. 5 Riverside pi. 

" John W., clerk, 9 Brattle, boards at 
Boston 
Bur dak in John C. h. 56 Fifth 

" Joseph, cutter. X. E. Glass Works, 

house 7 Sixth 
" Geo. W. (Burditt & White), hard- 
ware, etc., 622 Main. b. 4 Clinton 
•' Laroy 8., tuner, 162 Broadway, n. 50 
Magazine 

BURDITT & WHITE (Geo. W. 
Burditt and Francis A. White), hard- 
ware, paper-hangings, etc., 022 Main 
and 2 and 4 Central square (see foot 
lines) 
Bureau Joseph, brick maker, h. 152 Spruce 
Burger Wm. R., baker, 176 Harvard, h. do. 
Burgher John C, piper, Am. Rubber Co., 
h. 68 Broadway [Brewer 

" John J., shoemaker, 5 Brattle, h. 10 
Burgess Albert E., clerk (B.), b. 471 Main 
" Albert L., physician. 425 Main. h. do. 
" Almira, widow o,f Ziniri. h. 50 Austin 
" Amasa, wood moulder, h. 139 Main 
" Chas. H., painter, h. Crescent av. 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 108 Kinnaird 
" Elizabeth S., widow of Wm. D., h. 
20 Union [Cottage 

" Geo. A., clerk (60 South. B.), b. 19 
" James W. , watchman (450 Wash. , B.) 
h. 122 Elm [Cottage 

" John E., clerk (451 Wash.. B.), b. 19 
" Lois A. Mrs., h. 2 Percy place 
" Lynthia L., widow, b. 28 Sixth 
" Richard, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 
" Wm., draw-man. Sixth and Third St. 

bridges, h. 4 Williams 
" Wm. D., box maker, h. 20 Union 
" Wm. H., reed-board maker, 162 B'd- 
way, rooms 177^ Harvard 
Burgher Franklin, artist, h. 68 Broadway 
" John J., shoemaker, 5 Brattle, b. 10 

Brewer's block 
" Julia P. Dewitt, h. 68 Broadway 
Burgin John, at Camb R. R. Co.'s stable. 

h. 36 Kirkland 
Burgwyn James C, carpenter, h. 54 Brattle 
Burk Andrew, case maker, 162 Broadwav, 

h. 94 Vine 
Burke Bernard, clerk. 77 Camb.. b. do. 
" Catharine Miss, h. 9 Lopez 
" Daniel, iron moulder, Pelham 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 34 Hampshire 
" Daniel A., driver (3 Arch, B.), bds. 

Margaret Burke's. Hubbard av. 
" David, laborer (Somerville), h. 242 

Cambridge 
" Edward, wood worker. 626 Main 
" Frank H.. traveling salesman, A. H. 
Hews & Co., Crescent av., house at 
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Burke Geo. H., shipper, 502 Main, boards 
2£ Douglass 
" James, laborer, h. 36 Andrew 
" James, pressman, Riverside Press 
" James J., b. Margaret Burke's, Hub- 
bard avenue 
" James M. , engineer, b. 2 Harrison 
" J., driver, Camh. R. R. Co., rms. 18 

Dunster 
" John, laborer, h. 23 Somerser 
" John, laborer, 169 Gore, house 39£ 

Cambridge 
" John, piano maker, b. 159 Green 
" John, tailor, 501 Main, h. 2i Douglass 
i! John J., baker, 180 North av., boards 

25 Wyeth 
" John J., 169 Gore, b. 7 Ninth 
" John, wood carver (Chasm"), house 

6 Third 
" John W., electrotyper, b. 23 Somerset 
" Joseph, upholsterer (42 Cor .hill. B.) 

b. "88 Gore 
" Joseph E., compositor, University 

Press, h. 15 Sparks 
" Lawrence, blacksmith, 232 North av., 

boards 189 Spruce 
" Margaret, widow of James, h. Hub- 
bard av. , n. Raymond 
" Mary, widow, h. 79 Spruce 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 159 Green 
" Mary A. Miss, teacher Riverside 
school, b. Mrs. Margaret Burke's, 
Hubbard avenue [Pleasant 

" Mary E. Miss, clerk, 910 Main, b. 62 
" Michael, laborer, Waverly, c. Talbot 
" Michael, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, house 

at Belmont 
" Nicholas, potter, A. H. Hews & Co., 

boards 42 Fairmont 
" Nicholas F., clerk (112 Canal, B.), 

b. Margaret Burke's, Hubbard av. 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 50 Cedar 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 34 Warren 
" Patrick, laborer, 220 Portland, h. 132 

Webster avenue 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 180 Green 
" Patric A., watch-case polisher (B.), 

h. 20 Spring 
•' Patrick J., printer, h. 121 Prospect 
" Sarah Miss, h. 88 Webster av. 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 63 Hampshire 
' ; Thomas, laborer, 
" Thomas, laborer, 
" Thomas, laborer, 

at Somerville 
•' Thomas F., b. 44 Kinnaird 
" Vat, at 220 Portland 
' ; Wm., arctic maker, Am. Rubber Co., 

house rear 29 Harvard 
" Wm., plnmber, b. 341 Main 
" Wm. H., wood carver, 44 Camb., h. 

at Charlestown 
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h. 44 Kinnaird 
h. rear 54 Spruce 
176 North av., h. 



Burkhardt Louis, laborer, C. H. North & 

Co., Somerville, b. 4 Buck's block, 

Seventh [85 Brattle 

Burleigh Emily A., widow of John A., h. 

" H. Prescott, clerk (70 Kilby, room 52, 

B.). b. 32 Putnam av. 
" Jacob N. , broker (26 Congress sq. , 

B., ; h. 32 Putnam av. 
" Thomas W.. driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., b. 157 Prospect 
Burlingame Alice J. Mrs., h. 172 Harvard 
Burnell Lvman G., foreman (Boston Clock 

Co"., Clifton, e. Shirley, B.), h. 11 

Sacramento 
Burner Lewis, cigar maker, h. 27 Harvard 
Burnett Andrew, machinist, 29 Main 

" Chas. H., clerk, 203 North av.,b. 46 

Holyoke 
" Frank W. .hack driver, 15 Church, 

house 46 Holyoke 
" Frederick A., driver, Hatch's express, 

house Harris place 
" James (Burnett & Brown), machine 

blacksmith, opp. 226 Third, house 

at Somerville 
" Lewis Mrs., h. 46 Holyoke 
" Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 10 Vine 
" Thomas, cabinet maker, h. 25 Jay 
" Wm., picture-frame maker (B ), b. 

10 Vine 
" & Brown (James Burnett and Joel W. 

Brown), machine blacksmiths, opp. 

226 Third 
Burnham Annie E., widow of Wm. H., h. 

58 Ma azine 
" Asa, foreman of varnishers, 234 Main 

h. 28 Upto . 
" Chas. Theo., piano-action maker, 139 

Broadway, house 87 Plyrnonth 
" Chas. T.. h. 87 Plymouth 

BURNHAUI EDWARD, auction- 
eer, insurance and real estate agent, 
623 Main, h. 68 Inman (see p. 15) 
" John F., clerk (55 Tremont, B.), h. 

64 Fairmont 
" Lamont G. (L. G. Burnham & Co.), 
221 Bridge, and (132 Charles, B.), 
h. (209 West Newton, B.) 

BUR1VHAM L. O. & CO. (Lamont 
G. Burnham), coal, wood, lime, etc., 
221 Bridge, and (132 Charles, East 
Chester Park, 13 Mt. Washington 
ave. ; office 75 State, B.) (see page 
3) 
" Marion H. Miss, teacher, Webster 

Grammar School, bds. 68 Inman 
" Mary A.,wid. of Walter, h. 515 Cam- 
bridge [642 Main, h. at Boston 
" Reuben A., staff artist, Kalei oscope, 
" Robert, teamster, 169 Gore, house 146 

Charles 
" Sarah M. Miss, h. 80 Cambridge 
" Winfred, helper, 599£ Main, boards at 
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Burns Albert, piano maker, L62 Broadway, 

h. 18 Brewery 
" Ann, wid. of Charles, h. 28 Spring 
" ( latherine, widow, h. 12 Basl 

Charles, driver, bds. 28 Spring 
»« Charles E., clerft (1 T wharf, B.), h. 

5 Hancock pi. | 28 Spring 

" Charles F., clerk, 443 Cambridge, bds. 
" David, laborer, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
" David. Jr., laborer, house 17 Cowper- 
thwaite [13 do. 
" David I)., bookkeeper, 15 Sparks, bds. 
'• David P., elastic cement mnfr. and 

roof painter, 144 Green, h. 148 do. 
" David F., hack stable, 249 Mount 

Auburn, h. 9 Brown 
" Edward J., laborer, h. rear 15 Wash- 
ington [Brookline 
" Edward J., tailor, 623 Main, boards 10 
" Hiram H., student, bds. 5 Worcester 
" Horace H., clerk (B.), h. 33 Bigelow 
" Humphrey, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 

Mary Burns', Eighth [Charles 

" James, blacksmith (Quincy), h. r. 55 
" James, conductor, Camb. R.R. Co., b. 

Mary Burns', Eighth 
" James, laborer, h. 8 Hannum's block, 

114 Broadway [ave., h. do. 

" James, liquors, 40 Bristol, n. Webster 
" James, teamster. Ninth, cor. Spring. 

bds. 142 Thorndike. 
" James H., clerk, 15 Sparks, b. 13 do. 
" James J., inspector, C. H. North & 

Co., h. 5 Hunting [worthy pi. 

" Jane, wid. of Alexander, bds. 22 Hol- 
" Jeremiah Mrs., h. 16 Gore [14 North 
" John, blower, N. E. Glass Works, h. 
" John, clothing oiler, Thorndike, bet. 

First and Second, rms. 88 Thorndike 
" John, currier, bds. r. 49 Reed [low 
" John, fish (1 T whf., B.), h. 33 Bige- 
" John, hostler, 565£ Main, h. 28 School 
" John, laborer, Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

bds. 7 Maynard pi. [Vine 

" John, laborer (63 Union, B.), h. 10 
" John, slater, bds. 68 Boylston 
" John, waiter (B.), h. 95 Tremont 
" John Mrs., h. 224 Bridge [North 

" John B., driver, 203 Bridge, house 34 
" John E., clerk, 15 Sparks, bds. 13 do. 
" John F., brushmaker (B.) boards 224 

Bridge [folk 

" John J., baker, 31 Elm, h. 169 Nor- 
" John P., clerk, 2 Cowperthwaite, 

bds. do. 
" John R., bds 57 Pearl 
" Julia, wid. of John, h. 10 Pine 
" J , conductor, Camb. R.R. Co., boards 

at Brighton 
" J. H., driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Lydia Miss (Thompson & Burns), 

milliner, 112 Cambridge, boards 2 

Church pi. 
" Margaret Miss, h. 10 Pleasant 



Burns Mary, wid., h. 106 Kinniard 
" Mary. wid.. h. Eighth, cor. Spring 
" Michael, boiler maker. U2 Main. bdt. 
r. 110 Main Camb. R.R. I 

.Michael, hostler. 1 )iinMer->t. -table. 

Nelson, laborer, h. 32 Amory [North 

Owen, blower, X. E. Glass Work.-. 
•• Patrick, blower, X. E. Glass Works. 

North 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 77 Washington 

Patrick, laborer, 19 Frank, house at 

Watcrtown [66 do. 

Patrick, shoemaker, 68 Norfolk, house 
» Patrick J., driver. Camb. It. R. Co., 
bds. 7 Maynard pi. [bds. 12 E M 
" Patrick J. /trackman, B. & L. R. P 
" Patrick R., clerk, 15 Spark-, b. 13 do. 
" Peter, groceries and provisions, 'i 

Cowperthwaite, h. do. 
'• Richard, blacksmith, Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Charlestown 
" Robert R., carpenter, r. 577 Main, h. 

8 Rogers brick blk., do. 
" Samuel, carpenter, bds. 6£ Cherry 
" Thomas, foreman, City stable, Hamp- 
shire, c. Norfolk, h. 178 Hampshire 
" Thomas, grocer, 101 Fourth, h. do. 
" Thomas H., driver, Chas. R. St. Rv. 

Co., bds. 116 Brookline 
" Thomas J., teamster, 195 Broadwav, 

h. 10 Blanche 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 39 Cowperthwaite 
" Timotliy Mrs., grocer, 15 Sparks, h. 

13 do. 
" see Byrne [bds. at Charlestown 

Burnside James R., driver. Boston Ice Co., 
Burpee Samuel W. Mrs., h. 42 Antrim 
Burr Lemuel, hairdresser and carpet beater. 
44:5 Main. h. 45 Hampshire 
" Lemuel D.. waiter, bds. 45 Hampshire 
" Mary M. Miss, hairworker. 45 Hamp- 
shire, h. do. [Hampshire 
" Sally, widow of Seymour, house 47 
" William H. P., tinsmith, 525 Main. h. 
at Brighton 
Burrage Frederic E., real estate and mort- 
gages, 555 Main, bds. 91 Prospect 
" Harriet L.. wid. of T. F., h. 13 Jay 
" Henry T.. civil engineer. City engi- 
neer's office. City Hall, bds. 13 Jay 
" Josiah Mrs., h. 91 Prospect 
" Josiah K., 555 Main. h. 6 Fayette 
" William E., clerk, 555 Main. bds. 18 
Jay [10, B.). h. 10 Fayette 
" William W., lawyer (33 School, room 
Burridge Caroline T. Miss. h. 9 Amory 
Burrill Guv H., action maker, Broadwav. b. 
431 Main 
" Increase S-, shoemaker, h. 431 Main 
" John W., hairdresser, Somerville av.. 
next Porter's station, boar Is Porter's 
Hotel [431 Main 
" R. L., machinist, 162 Broadwav, h. 



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Burroughs Charles H., hack driver, 15 
Church, h. 24 Farwell pi. 
" Edward A., clerk, 497 Main, bds. 13 

Green 
" EdwardS., ins. agent (186 Wash., B.) 

house 10 Clarendon avenue 
il Geo., carpenter, h. 9 Cogswell pi. 
" Geo. L., coal and wood, 19 River, h. 

103 do. 
" James, bds. 10 Clarendon ave. 
" Nim, feeder Chas. R. St. R'y Co., 
h. Dudley, n. Montgomery 
Burrowes Harrison D., tinsmith, 85 Camb. 
house at Boston 
" Thomas R., carriage builder (1 Pitts, 

B.), h. 156 Mt. Aubnrn 
" Wm. T., clerk (1 Pitts, B.),bds. 166 
Mount Auburn 
Burt Seth E., butter, cheese, etc. (24 F. H. 

Market, B.), h. 29 Western ave. 
Burton A. A., reed board maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 21 Market 
u A. & E.& Co. (Anson and Ezra Burton 
and Frank H. Carter), brush mnfrs. 
122 Harvard and (21 Exchange, B.) 
" Anson (A. & E. Burton & Co.), brush 
mnfr. , 124 Harvard, house at 
South Lancaster 
" Edward, machinist, 162 Broadway, 

house 96 Thorndike 
" Edward H., clerk (69 Com'l, B,), 

boards 96 Thorndike 
" Ezra (A. & E. Burton & Co.), brush 
mnfr., 122 Harvard, h. at South 
Lancaster 
*' Henry E., letter carrier, P. O., 7 

Harvard row, h. 45 Mt. Auburn 
" Joseph S., coal (20 Exchange place, 

B.), house 6 Langdon 
" Robert, blacksmith, house Emerson 
block, Crescent ave. 
Busby Richard, h. 12 Soden 

" Richard Jr., foreman 12 Soden, h. do. 
Busch John W., gardener, h. 10 Murdock 
Bush Maria, wid. of Samuel, h. 10 Plymouth 

" Martha Mrs., h. 50 Erie 
Bushee Albert, bds. 74 Columbia 

" James A., varnisher, 162 Broadway 
bds. 74 Columbia 
Busiel Lizzie A., copyist Probate Court, 

Third, h. 85 Thorndike 
Business Men's Club, 97£ Cambridge 
Busked Samuel, wheelwright 232 North 
av., h. Raymond, opp. Hubbard ave. 
Busnach Henry, hairdresser, 574 Main, bds. 
11 Watson 
tl Michael S., constable, collector and 
cigar mnfr., 576 Main, h. 11 Watson 
" Samuel, hairdresser, 574 Main, h. 13 

Lopez 
" Solomon M., cigar maker, 576 Main, 
and grocer, 43 Brookline, h. do. 



BUTCHER CHARLES, inlaid 
flooring and floor polish, (171 Trem- 
ont, B.), h. Lake View ave., near 
pumping station (see page 507) 
Butcher John, hose maker 31 Hampshire, 

house 28 Winsor 
Butland John C. F. (Butland & Son) ex- 
press, order box, 601 Main (26 Mer- 
chants row, B.), b. 307 Pearl 
" Uriah (Butland & Son), express, 
house 307 Pearl 
■ " & Son (Uriah and John C. F. But- 
land), express order box 601 Main, 
and (25 Merchants row, B.) 
Butler Annie A. Mrs., laundress, h. 133 
Columbia 
" Benjamin F., car inspector B. & L. 
R. R., Prison Point, house at Boston 
" Catherine A., widow of John, house 

139 Cambridge 
" Daniel, stone cutter, h. McDonald 
" Frank J. Rev., asst. pastor Church of 

the Sacred Heart, h. 83 Otis 
" Geo. A., organ maker, 37 Fifth, h. 

452 Cambridge 
" Geo. W., engineer, h. 26£ River 
" Harriet A. Miss, teacher Agassiz 

school, Sacramento, b. 13 Forest 
" Martha H. Miss, teacher Otis prima- 
ry school, b. 2 Frost [Franklin 
" Mary, widow of David, house 141 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 23 Brewery 
" Mary A. Miss, teacher St. Mary's 

Parochial school, b. 129 Prospect 
" Mary H., widow of Samuel, b. 2 Frost 
" Matthew P., cooper, h. 84 Elm 
" Patrick, baker, 502 Main, house 129 

Prospect 
" Pierce, coppersmith, 153 Putnam 

avenue, hous?e 22 Somerset 
" Robert S., janitor (66 State, B.), 

house 133 Columbia 
" Thomas, calenderer Am. Rubber Co. 
" Walter, foreman T. W. Dee, Mount 
Auburn, h. Fresli Pond lane 

BUTLER WI, P., ins. agent (27 
State, B.) h. 10 Arlington(see adver- 
tisement) 

" , cook, h. 61 Harvard 

Butterfield Alden A., clerk (32 S-immer, 

B.), bds. 40 Bigelow 
" Chas. M., carriage trimmer, 41 Camb. 

house 155£ do. 
" David W., photographer, 573 Main, 

house at Boston Highlands 
" F. Addie Miss, copyist, Otis, corner 

Second, bds. 40 Bigelow 
" George A., produce (73 S. Market, 

B.), bds. 85 Prospect 
" Jennie L., telephone operator, bds. 

40 Bigelow 
" Jesse M., salesman (22 Chauncy, 

B.), bds. 40 Bigelow 



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Butterfield John H., clerk, BG CamlK, rme. 

68 otis 

" Lewis II., book keeper (."> Merchants 

row, H.), bds. 52 Austin 

" Louise J., widow of Allen, house 

l<) Bigelow 

■' Win., driver ('has. R. St. R'y Co. 
" Wm., laborer, h. 9 Cowperthwaite 
Butters Geo. W., provisions, 194 Camb, h. 
150 Thorndike 
■• John W., painter, 5'.> Market, h. do. 
•• John W. Jr. , lithographer (03 Oliver 
B.), bds. 59 Market 
Buttuer Edward, baker 163 Bridge, house 
rear 119 Gore [at Somerville 

Buttenvorth Robert, supt. 10 Arrow, house 
Buttrick Anne E, Miss, h. 801 Main 

" Charles F., carpenter, h. 1 Douglass 

court 
li Elizabeth G. Miss, h. 8 Norton 
" Ella E. Miss, teacher Webster gram- 
mar school, bds. 5 Frost 
Bryant Thomas T., provisions (50 North 

Market, B.), h. 35 Tremont 
Buttrick Mary A. Miss, bds., 5 Frost 
Butts Alfred L., hostler North ave. stable. 
Camb. R.R. Co., h. at Charlestown 
Buxton Charles B., fish and oysters, 638 
Main, h. 5 Soden 
" Charles R. , action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 7 Union [Soden 
" Charles W.. clerk, 549 Main, boards 5 
" Walter H., clerk, 638 Main, b. 5 Soden 
Buzzell Arthur E. gravel conductor, B. & 
L. R.R., h. 25 Cambridge 
" George W., teamster, 153 Putnam av. 
h. 151 do. [Winthrop 
Byard Ellen, widow of Edward, house 31 

" Wm. J., bds. 31 Winthrop 
Byette John B., compositor (39 Arch. B.), 
h. 105 Fourth [697 do. 

Bynner Edward T. , salesman 622 Main, h. 
Byram Eben S., house 19 Cottage 

" Joseph R. , kitchen furnishing goods 

(11 Essex, B.), h. 92 Magazine 

Byrne Alfred J., clerk, 1 Brattle sq., bds. 

10 Foster [Foster 

" Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 10 

BYRNE CHARLES. M. R. C. V. 
S., veterinary surgeon. 22 Brattle, and 
rear 590 Main, h. at Waltham (see 
page 476) 
•' Joseph S. (Thomas Byrne & Son). 

grocer. 119 Gore, h. do. 
" Thos. (Thomas Byrne & Son), grocer 
119 Gore, h. do. 

• Thomas, laborer Am. Rubber Co. 

•• Thomas & Son (Thomas and Joseph 
S. Byrne), liquors and grocers, 119 
Gore [Harvard 

• Timothy J., carpenter, house 121 
" William A., piano tuner (158 A. Tre- 
mont. B.), and 119 Gore. bds. do. 

" see Burns 



Byrnes J., driver, Cambridge R. R. Co. 
Byron Geo. II., foreman of carpenters, 113 
Broadway, bds. ■">! Austin 
" John, painter, 14 Church, b, 1 Garden 
" Julia, widow of .John. h. 10 Rogers' 

block, 9] Main 
•' J. H., conductor Cambridge R.R. Co., 

bds. at Somerville 
" Margaret A. Miss. b. 10 Rogers' blk., 

91 Main 
" Thomas F., clerk (159 Court, B.), h. 
10 Rogers' block. 91 Main 
B. P. Associates, 66 Cambridge 

CABECEIRA JOAQUIN, cabinet maker, 
house Vandine 
" Joseph, cabinet maker, Second, cor. 
Thorndike, h. 16 Vandine 
Cable William II., newspaper carrier, house 

3 Whitney place 
Cabot Charles B., furniture finisher (157 
Fulton, B.), h. 286 Pearl 
" Charles H., clerk, 97 Cambridge, h. 
184 do. [Second, h. 286 Pearl 

" Edith R. Miss, copyist, Otis, corner 
" Frances L., widow of Chas. H., h. 33 
Sixth [B.), bds. 286 Pearl 

11 Henry B., gold beater (83 Sudbury, 
" Rhoda, wid. of Charles, h. 286 Pearl 
Cade Charles B. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), 
plumber, 6:14 Mai . h. 113 Norfolk, 
" William B. (Booth & Cade), grocer. 
82 Pleasant, h. 27 Park 
Caderholm Nels., cabinet maker, house 15 

Valentine 
Cadger John, wheelwright, 35 Gore, boards 

Mansion House 
Cadieu Charles F.. engineer (11 Chardon, 
B.), house 21 Lopez [Prospect 

Cahill Charles S., medical student bds. 149 
" David, pigs feet, 9 Porter, h. do. 
" Edward, plasterer, h. 7 l)e Wolf 
" James, laborer. 77 Sparks, boards 40 

Foster 
" John, lather, bds. 15 Farwell pi. 
" John, lawyer (79 Water, B.), h. 149 

Prospect 
" John, laborer, h. 5 Burns ct. 
" Matthew, laborer, h. 45 School 
i; Patrick, laborer, h. Montgomery, 1st 

from Spruce on left 
" Patrick, laborer. John Roardon & 

Sons, house 6 Allston 
" William, lather, bds. 15 Farwell pi. 
Cahir Thomas F., engineer, Dudley, cor. 

Reed, house opposite do. 
Cain Albion H., civil engineer's, city engi- 
neer's, office City Hall, h. at Boston 
" Ellen Mrs. (E. Cain & Sons), grocer. 

459 Cambridge, h. 461 do. 
" E. & Sons (Mrs. Ellen, John H., and 
Thomas P. Cain^ . grocer. 459 Cam- 
bridge [Washington 
" Hannah R.. widow of N. E.. h. 110 



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John H. (E. Cain & Sons), grocer, 

459 Cambridge, h. 461 do. 
11 Thomas P. (E. Cain & Sons), grocer, 

459 Cambridge, bds. 461 do. 
" see Kane 
Cairns Charles A., case maker, 278 Main 
" John T., case maker, 162 Broadway, 

bds. S State 
" Michael M., carpenter, 373 Main, h. 

rear 3 State [Third 

" William H., 162 Broadway, house 89 
" see Carnes 
Calder Win., comedian, h. 205 Hampshire 
Calderwood Irving, watchman N. E. Glass 

Works, house 41 Fourth 
Caldwell Almira, widow of Wm. F., house 

131 Cambridge 
' ; Charles E., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house 94 Otis 
" Charles W., ;:eddler, bds. r. 6 Erie 
'• Clara M., wid. of George, h. 12 Lopez 
" George F., painter, h. 159 Prospect 
" George W., soap peddler, boards rear 

6 Erie 
" James A., house 120 Magazine 
" John, engineer, h. 86 Banks 
" Margaret Miss, press feeder, boards 

12 Lopez [12 Lopez 

" Mary F. Miss, press feeder, boards 
" Murat, slater, h. 170 Franklin 
" Nancy A. Mrs., boarding-house, 44 

Boylston [shop, h. 11 Water 

" Samuel P., carpenter, B. & L. R. R. 
" Stewart, clerk (70 Blackstone, B.), 

bds. 44 Boylston 
' : Timothy B.,"bds. 4 Clinton 
" Wm., bds. 380 Harvard 
" Wm. D., teamster, h. 101i Tremont 
" Wm. F.,- baker, 31 Green, house 10 

Brcokline 
Calgan Julia Mrs., house 105 Portland 
Calhane Daniel, lab., Waverly, c. Talbot 
Calharn James, laborer, John Reardon & 

Sons 
Call Harry M., trav. salesman (1299 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 17£ Austin 
Callaghan James, lab., h. 22 Warren 
" Timothy A., teamster, b. 53 Cedar 
" Wm. A., teamster, h. 53 Cedar 
Callahan Andrew, lab., B. & L. R. R., h. 

12 Stevens ct. 
" Annie E. Miss, teacher Gore primary 

school, b. at Chas'n 
" Cha.les, carpenter, h. 124 Dublin 
" Daniel, clerk, 408 Cambridge 
" Daniel, gate tender, Short street 

crossing B. & L. R.R., h. 10 Short 
" Daniel, sergeant police, station 5, h. 

32 Russell 
" Daniel E., glue maker (Brighton), h. 

30 Spring 
" Dennis J., shoemaker, h. 23 BreAvery 
ei Ellen, widow of Jeremiah, house 189 

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Callahan Francis, machinist, b. 189 Broad- 
way 
" Frank, machinist, 356 Main 
" Frank H., driver Camb. R. R. Co., 

rooms 30 Winthrop 
:i George H., grocer, 80 Concord av. b. 

7 Sparks street place 
'• James, laborer, 169 Gore, house 98 

Fourth 
" James, machinist, bds. 183 Broadway 
" Jeremiah, furniture finisher, Otis, cor 
First, h. at Chas'n [do. 

" Jeremiah, hack stable, 287 Camb., h. 
•' Jeremiah, lab., house 210 Bridge 
" Jeremiah, lab. C H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), house 190 Winsor 
•' Jeremiah, switchman B. & L. R. R., 
house r. 3 Short [Bridge 

; ' John, blacksmith, 221 Bridge, h. 186 
" John, lab., 166 Gore, b. 29 Carson 
" John, lab., 168 Gore, b. 19 Seventh 
" John, lab., b. 148 Elm 
" John, lab., h. 7 Sparks st. place 
•' John, mill hand, Second, cor. Thorn- 
dike 
'• John, painter, h. 8 Cowperthwaite 
" John F., bar-tender, h. 257 Franklin 
" John P., printer (248 Washington, 

B.), house 135 Camb. 
" Mary, widow of Dennis, h. 61 Winter 
" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 148 Elm 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 257 Frank- 
lin 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 40 Foster 
■•■ Owen, driver Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., 

bds. 148 Elm 
" Patrick, lab., hcuse 133 Portland 
" Patrick, painter, bds. 68 Boylston 
" Patrick J., horse shoer, 352 Camb. b. 

3 Lechmere place 
" Richard J., at Boston Bridge Works, 

b. 210 Bridge 
" Thomas, lab., house 19 Foster 
" Thomas, bds. 98 Fourth 
" Timothy, teamster, h. 7 Fifth 
" Wm., trackman Camb. R. R. Co., h. 
303 Cambridge 
Callan Thomas, city lab. house 17 Jefferson 
Callanan Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 12 

North 
Callender Carrie M. Miss, h. 413 Main 
" Charles A., 487 Main, h. do. 
" Frances Miss, dressmaker, 413 Main, 
house do. [Pine 

" George L., agent, h. Washington, c. 
' ; John, treas. Bay State Brick Co., 
office (5 Pemberton square, B.), h. 
at Medford 
" Mary M. Miss, stamping, embroider- 
ing, etc., 413 Main, h. do. 
Calnan Ellen, widow, h. 6 Lechmere place 
" Ellen Mrs., h. 85 Bridge, No. 4 
" James J., iron worker, Boston Bridge 
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•' John, engine cleaner, B. & L. R. R. 
round house 
Michael, laborer, 84 Bridge, bds. 86 
do., No. I 
" Morris, iron moulder, Third, corner 

Bent, house 2 I Franklin 

• Patrick J., lab. 12 Camb., h. 71 Gore 
'« Thomas, brakeman B. & L. R. K. 

(B.), bds. 71 Gore 
•• Thomas, engine cleaner, 15. & L. R. 

R. round house, bds. 85 Bridge, 

No. 4 
" Timothy, machinist. 92 Main, house 

rear 42 Hampshire 
•■ Timothy, 1!)9 Gore, bds. 13 Carson 
Camberlain Frank, cigar maker, house 172 

Green 
Cambridge Almshouse, Tannery. Martin L. 

Eldridge, warden 
•• Associates, Gti Cambridge 
" Bicycle Club, l£ Brattle 

CAMBRIDGE BOX CO., (Win. 
Lyman Whitney, Walter A. and Lou- 
is B. Merrill), proprs., Hideout's 
block. State (see p. 4) 
" Casino, Mt. Auburn, c. Bath 
" Cemetery, James K. Farwell, supt, 
Coolidge av., n. Watertown line 

CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE, 
Linn B. Porter, editor and prop., 573 
Main (see p. 479) 
" City Guards Armory, City building, 
Brattle square 

CAMBRIDGE COAL CO., coal 
and wood, Geo. H. Bent, supt.. Wm. 

S. Hurst, treas.. 168 Main (see page 

20) 
'• Conservatory of Music, George 

Fisher, director, 4 Lee 
" Co-operative Bank, 89 Cambridge 
" Electric Light Co., 571 Main 
" Extract Co., A. II. Smith, prop., 539 

Main 
" Gas Light Co., office Hilton's block, 

424 Harvard 
" Granite Polishing Works, Wight & 

Scorgie, proprs., 258 Mt. Auburn 
" High School, Wm. F. Bradbury, 

head master, Broadway, c. Fayette 

CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY, Geo. 
L. Shorey, propr., Soden (seep. 477) 
" Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Josiah 
W. Cook, pres., Alfred L. Barbour 
sec. and treas.. 555 Main 

CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL 
/ BANK, Daniel R. Sortwell, pres., 
John C. Bullard, cashier. 87 Cam- 
bridge (see p. 470) 
CAMBRIDGE NEWS, Daniel A. 
Buckley, editor and propr. , 547 Main 
(see page 478) 



Cambridge Observatory, junction Garden] 
Bond, and ( toncord ai e. 
• Post-office, Mi>- <>ri-;i s. Bragdon, 
supt., 7 1 [an anl row 

CAMBRIDGE PRESS, Jamei 
Cox, propr., 531 Main (see p. 178) 
Public Library, Mi-- Almira L. Hay- 
wrard, librarian, Masonic Hall build- 
ing, 639 Main 
Railroad Co., office, '■'> Harvard sq., 
Frederick T. Stevens, sec. and treat 



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L26 Portland, office 

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C1AMBBIDOE 8 A VI > G 8 
J BANK, Charles W. Sever, pres., 
Oscar F. Allen, treas., 2 Harvard 
row (see page 46!>j 
" Social Union Rooms, Roberts' Mock. 
15 Brattle 

CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE, Wil- 
liam B. Rowland, prop., -1 Linden 
(see p. 479) 
" Vinegar Works, vinegar mnfn., Her- 
bert Derby, prop.. 7."> Main 
k< Water Board, Walter H. Harding, 
water registrar, office. City Hall. 
660 .Main 
(i Young Men's Christian Association. 
L. Wilbur Messer, general secreta- 
ry, 624 Main. cor. Central sq. 
CAMBRIDGE & BOSTON EX- 
PRESS. Lyceum bldg., Harvard 
sq. and (34 Court Bq., B.), Moses 
M. Savin, prop, (see p. 22) 
Cambridgeport Diary Co., diary ninfrs. In.") 
Magazine 
" Express Co., 600 Main 

GAMBRI B G E P O R T RT A- 
TIOINAL BA\K, Asa P. Morse 
pres., Will F. Koaf. cashier, 58n 
Main (see p. 470) 
" Post-office, William S. Arnaud. supt. 

611 Main 
<: Savings Bank. Joseph A. Holmes, 
pres., 635 Main 

CAMBRIDGEPORT A BOS- 
TON EXPRESS, Savage ft Co. 
proprs.. 605 Main (69 Kilbv and -to 
Court sq., B.) (see p. 369)" 

CAMBRIDGEPORT A BOS- 
TO\ EXPRESS, 600 Main and 
(34 Court sq., B.), Savage & Son. 
proprs. (see page 22) 
Came Ada M. Miss, music teacher, bouse 
12 Front 
" Daniel, tinsmith, h. 12 Front 
" George A., teamster, 169 Gore, bouse 
131 Spring 
Cameron George, boards 9 Norfolk 
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•Cameron H. L. Mrs., dressmaker, 6£ South 
house do. 
M Sarah Miss, h. 49 Harvard 
Camp Bushrod H. (Camp & Taylor), rug 

mnfr., 25 Main, h. at Charlestown 
Camp & Taylor (Bushrod H. Camp and 

William K. Taylor), rug and plush 

goods mnfrs., 25 Main 
Campbell Alexander, cabinet maker, Otis, 

cor. .First, house at Maiden 
" Alexander, carpenter, h. Eliot 
•-' Alexander A., manager tea store, 527 

Main, rooms 98 Austin 
44 Andrew, boiler maker (South B.), h. 

66 Columbia 
44 Charles, laborer, Waverley, c. Talbot 
" Charles, varnisher American Rubber 

Co., Potter 
44 Charles H. , cooper, Ninth, cor. Spring 

house 2 Vine 
" David J., telegraph operator engine 

house, 1 Brattle sq., rooms do. 
44 Dougall, carpenter, h. 157 Winsor 
"■ Douglass A., butter packer, house 

127 Brookline 
44 Edward H., clerk, house 52 Spring 
" Francis, discount clerk, Traders' Na- 
tional Bank (91 State, B.) b. 36 Lee 
" George, furniture finisher, Otis, cor. 

First, house at Boston 
44 Hugh, grocer, 99 Third and 1 Vine, 

house 3 do. 
44 Hugh, furniture polisher (B.), house 

56 Charles [B.), h. 121 Third 

" James, furniture finisher (91 Wash., 
M James P., boiler maker (So Boston), 

boards 6Q Columbia 
" John, machinist, 162 Broadway, h. 3 

Summer [Harvard 

44 John, boiler maker, 356 Main, h. 174 
" John A., clerk (79 Bedford, B.), b. 

3 Summer [mer, B.), h. 21 Inman 
44 John M., tailors' trimmings, (43 Sum- 
44 Joseph M., helper, Albany, house 91 

Main 
«• J. F. Mrs. , house 36 Lee 
" Mark, laborer (F. R. R. freight de- 
pot, Chas'n) , h. 88£ Fifth 
44 MarvL., widow of Samuel, house r. 

13* Pine 
44 Norman J., trader, h. 17 Beaver 
44 Oliver B., house 116 North ave. 
14 Robert H. , cloth inspector (Summer, 

B.), boards 41 River 
" Robert M. , window screen agent, h. 

41 River [Mt. Auburn, h. do. 

44 Sarah A. Miss, dressmaker, 95 
44 Selena, widow of W. A., b. 9 Palmer 
44 S. E., letter carrier, P. O., 611 Main 
14 Thomas, helper, 599£ Main 
44 Thomas F., hairdresser, 5 Vine, rms. 

3 do. 
44 Thomas H. , hairdresser, h. 52 Spring 



Campbell Thomas M., plumber, Main, bds. 

66 Columbia 
44 Thomas R., tinsmith, h. 60 River 
44 Tunis G. jr., shoemaker (B.), h. 107 

Elm 
44 Wm., collector, h. 157 Pearl 
44 William (William Campbell & Co.), 

boiler maker, 304 Main, house 168 

Harvard 
44 Wm. H , clerk, rooms 30 Winthrop 
44 Wm. J., 162 Broadway, h. 21 Cherry 
44 Wm. K. , boiler maker, 356 Main, b. 

168 Harvard 
44 Wm. T., professor of mathematics 

(Quincy), house 36 Lee 

CAMPBELL WM. & CO., (Wm. 
and Wilson Campbell 2d), boiler 
mnfrs., 356 Main (see p. 480^ 
44 Wilson 2d (Wm. Campbell & Co.), 
boiler mnfr. , 356 Main, house 168 
Harvard 
Canavan James A., polisher, 162 Broadway 

house 80 Washington 
Candage Solon, milkman, rooms 90 Thorn- 
dike 
Canfield Charles T., clergyman (12 Char- 
don, B.), house 1 Berkeley 
Cann Albert, cook (B) rms. 6 Clinton 

44 Alfred, clerk (B), rooms 6 Clinton 
Cannavan James A. , varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 80 Wash. 
44 Ally, widow of Jas., house rear 335 

Cambridge 
44 Ann, wid. of Jas., h. 20 East 
44 Augustus, cooper (Somerville) rooms 

14 Squire's court 
44 J»hn H., lab., 206 Broadway, bds. r. 

335 Cambridge 
44 John J., at F. R. R. shop (Chas'n), 

bds. 20 East 
44 Joseph, painter, rooms 122 Otis 
44 Patrick, printer, b. r. 335 Cambridge 
44 Richard L., peddler, h. Binney Field, 
Camb., opp. Harding 
Cannell Henry (H.N. Hovey & Co.), gro- 
cers, 89 Cambridge, h. 55£ Gore 
44 Joseph, carpenter, bds. 55£ Gore 
Canney John, laborer, h. 33 Harding 
Canniff Wm., marble cutter, 53 Main, h. at 

Arlington 
Cannon Hugh, laborer, h. 10 Foster pi. 
44 James J., clerk, 91 Cambridge, bds. 

at Somerville 
44 Rose Miss, h. 60 Boylston 
Canovan Jos. P., painter, 460 Main, house 

335 Cambridge 
Canterbury George W., h. 14 Lake 
Canty Zeph, variety store 47 Gore, h. 73 do. 
Capelle Jonas E., clerk (131 Portland, B.) 
h. 138 Thorndike 
44 Thomas, carpenter, h. 45 Spruce 
Capen Charles L. , music teacher (281 Co- 
lumbus ave., B.) h. 8 Harris 



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Capen Lizzie ('. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, b. 50 Magazine 
" Timothy, carpenter, h. 86 Banting 
Caplis John, flagman, Broadway crossing 

B. & A. R. R., h. 30 Davis 
Carbery Patrick, hustler, 120 Green, h. 8 
Soden place 
" Hugh M., oil and horse clothing 
(Wohurn) h. 36 Second 
Card George W., book-keeper, C. C. Cob- 
Leigh's foot Boylstou, bds. 148 Green 
Carder Abbie A., Miss dressmaker, 62 

Pleasant, bds. do. 
Cardwcll James E., laborer, h. 32 Charles 

River 
Caresto Pietro, cabinet maker, Woodbury, 

bds. Otis, h. at Boston 
Carew Mary Miss, teacher, 29 Everett, bds. 
do. 
11 Philip P., laborer, h. 154 Charles 
'• Thomas A., sculptor, h. 29 Everett 
" Wm. J., cooper, h. 214 Pearl 
Carey Annie L., Mrs. h. 43 Harvey 

" Arthur A., h. Fayerweather, cornar 

Reservoir 
" David, laborer, h. 17 Warren 
" Emma F., h. 92 Brattle 
" Jeremiah, clerk 169 Bridge, h. 87 Gore 
" John, asst. engineer, Sugar Refinery, 

bds. 19 Winter 
" JohnM., hostler (B.), b. 87 Gore 
" Katie L. Miss, milliner, 143 Green 
bds. do. [do. 

" Mary E., dressmaker, 510 Main, h. 
" Maurice, laborer, h. 19 Conlon's ct. 
" Philip Michael, blacksmith's helper, 

Chas. R. St. R. Co. 
11 Thomas A., laborer, bds. 130 Harvard 
11 Timothy, laborer, 169 Gore, house 37 

Warren 
" Wm. M., cutter (32 North, B.), h. 
143 Green 

" , laborer, h. 6 Baldwin place 

" see Cary 
Carl Richard, laborer, h. 6 Conlon's ct. 
Carlberg E. W , cabinet maker, 626 Main 
Carle James A. (Carle & Curtis), stair 
builder, State, cor. Osborn, house 8 
Ellery 
Carle & Curtis (James A. Carle and Theo- 
dore L. Curtis), stair builders, 
State, corner Osborn 
" Deborah Miss, b. 44 Holyoke 
11 Harriet E. Miss, artist h. 15 Willard 
Carley James, h. 9 Donnell 

" Patrick W., plumber, 12 Brattle, bds. 

9 Donnell 

Carlin James, blower, Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), bds. 5 Lineham's blk. 

Tenth [8 Murray 

" Wm. A., plumber, 15 Brattle, house 

Carll Abiather W., overseer C. H. North, 

& Co., h. 109 Tremont 



Oarlock Charles T., diary binder, 105 Mag- 
azine, h. 28 Brookline 
" John R., Ifatch-case maker (8 Prov- 
ince court, B.), h. 430 Main 

'• Sarah .Mrs., variety .-tore, and dress- 
maker, 28 Brookline, h. do. 
Carlou John P., fruit tree agent, house 60 

Webster ave. 
" Roscoe A., house 80 Davis 
Carlton James, machinist, !>2 Main 
Carman Charles W., grocer. 121 Main, h. 

94 Magazine [Magazine 

" Frank E., clerk. 421 Main, boards 94 
" Leonard L., clerk, 421 Main, bds. 94 

Magazine 
Carmichael John, baggage-master, B. & L. 

R.R. (B.), h. 102 Cambridge 
" Mary Mrs., h. 408 Cambridge 
Carnes F. J., bootmaker, Am. Rubber Co. 
" James, carpenter, h. 44 Spring 
" John, shoemaker (B.), h. 11 Williams 
" see Cairns 
Carney Bernard, laborer, h. 360 Broadway 
11 Edwin A., clerk, 543 Main, h. 4 Lam- 
son pi. 
" Frances H., piano tuner (152 Tremont 

B.), h. Ill Putnam are. 
'■ Frank M., assistant in H. U. library, 

bds. 8 Madison 
" Frederick W., hostler, bds. 39 Amory 
" James J., teamster, h. 78 Boylston 
" John, hostler, h. 191 Dublin 
" John P., plumber, 12 Harvard row, 

bds. 6 Harvard square 
" Joseph Mrs., h. 39 Amory 
" Mary, widow, h. 38 Winter 
" Michael, net maker, Am. Net and 

Twine Co. , foot Second, h. at Boston 
" Owen, laborer, h. 18 Brown 
" Patrick, farmer and milkman, house 

Fresh Pond lane 
" Patrick, at U. S. Arsenal (Watertown) 

bds. Patrick Carney's, Fresh Pond 

lane 
" Patrick G., stone-cutter, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, bds. 18 Brown 
" P., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Rebecca, widow of Bernard, h. 191 

Dublin 
" Wm. A., driver. Raymond & Fox, 

(179 Tremont, B.), h. 454 Broad'y 
Carpenter Alexander C, blacksmith, house 

74 Harvard [Dover 

" Augusta C, widow of Hiram, house 7 
" Edward A., physician, 7 Linnaean, h. 

do. 
11 Ella F. Miss, bds. 7 Dover 
' ; George, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h. 

rear 58 Winter 
" Mary G. Miss, teacher Agassiz prima- 

mary school, bds. 7 Linnsan 
" Reuben, engraver (31 Bromfield, 

B.), h. 45 Clark 
" Samuel, tinsmith, h. 374 North ave. 



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Carpenter Thomas, cabinet maker, 56 

Clark, h. 21 do. 
Carr Annie K. Miss, collar maker, 10 Arrow 

boards 28 Bigelow 
" Arthur, laborer Union Glass Co. (Som- 

erville) , house 22 McCabe 
Bernard, laborer, h. rear 18 Decatur 
Bridget Miss, bds. 11 Hamilton 
Bros. (Michael Carr) , soft soap man- 
ufacturers, r. 12 Lopez 
Charles, carpenter, 37 Garden, h. do. 
Charles, soap maker, Carr Bros.,h. 

20 Decatur 
Charles H., carver, b. r. 18 Decatur 
Charles H., printer, Herald (B.), h. 

28 Bigelow 
Caroline E. Miss, teacher Kindergar- 
ten school, 76 Moore, b. 147 Harvard 
David, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. First 

bds. 84 Cambridge 
David B., electrotype finisher, River- 
side Press, h. 2 Westacott ct. 
Frank P., hose driver 5, h. 195 Hamp- 
shire 
Frederick, compositor, Riverside 

Press, bds. 51 Pleasant 
Geo. W., salesman (128 Hanover, B) 

bds. 28 Bigelow 
John Henry, brass finisher (South B./ 

bds. 195 Hampshire 
John H. , clerk (B.) , bds. 383 Camb. 
Julia, widow of Patrick, h. 383 Camb. 
Julia, widow of Richard, h. 4 Suffolk 
Martin C, porter (B.), h. 21 Banks 
Michael (Carr Bros.), soft soap mnfr, 

r. 12 Lopez, h. do. 
Michael F., bds. r. 18 Decatur 
Nathaniel, coal (280 Causeway, B.), 

h. 7 Walnut 
Patrick (Somcrville Bleachery), bds. 

13£ Warren 
Patrick, butcher, bds. 383 Cambridge 
Richard, fish packer, h. 4 Suffolk 
Richard T., lithographer Riverside 

Press, bds. 113£ Putnam avenue 
William, soap cutter, 184 Broadway, 

bds. 383 Cambridge 
Wm., tailor, h. 23 Bay 
see Kear also Kerr 
Carret J. Francisco, at Boston Public Li- 
brary (40 Boylston, B.), h. 6 Ap- 

pian way 
Carricand Alfred, blower, N. E. Glass 

Works bds. Mansion House 
Carrick Henry C., nurse, h. Fayerweather, 

cor. Reservoir 
Carrington John L., feeder, Tremont-street 

stables, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., h. 17 

Elmer 
** Solomon, porter (48 Temple place, 

B.), house 139 Columbia [Elmer 

1 ' Wm. , waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 35 

Carroll Agnes I. Miss, clerk, 109 Cambridge 

bds. 73 Spring 



Carroll Ann Miss, h. 36 Winter 

" Caroline Miss, dressmaker, 3 Charles 

River house do 
" Charles, delivery clerk, 502 Main 
" Chas. D., driver, C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), bds. 22 Eighth 
" Daniel, laborer, bds. 16 Gore 
" David, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 24 Porter 
" David, rubber coat varnisher, bds. 16 

Gore 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 30 Bay 
" E., machinist, 37 Hampshire 
11 Edward, hairdresser, 379£ Main, rms. 

2 Harrison 
" Edward A., machinist B. &L. R. R. 

shop, house at So. Boston 
" E. C, machinists' helper, B. & L. R. 

R. shop [b. 73 Spring 

" Edward J., machinist, 174 Broadway, 
" Eliza, widow, house 36 Winter 
" F., hostler, Murray-st. stable, Cam- 
bridge R. Co., house Franklin 
" George, coachman, h. 8 Parker 
" Helen P. Miss, corset maker (B.), b. 

24 Front 
" James, laborer, 169 Gore, house 2 

Stevens' court 
" James, laborer, h. 21 Gore 
" James, laborer, bds. rear 163 Spring 
" James H., sewing machines, 116 

Cambridge, house do. 
" John, laborer, American Tube Works 

(Somerville), h. 169 Ciishing 
" John, engineer, h. 10 Seventh 
" John, laborer, 86 Mt. Auburn, house 

44 DeWolf [Ri V er 

" John, slater, 602 Main, h. 34 Charles 
" John F., machinist, 169 Gore, house 

7 Vine 
'• John F., blower N. E. Glass Works, 

house 228 Bridge 
" John L, milkman, h. 57 Pleasant 
" John R., p inter, h. 17 Hastings 
" Julia S., widow of Edward J., house 

73 Spring 
" J., driver Cambridge R. R. Co. 
" Luke, hostler Camb. R.R., Dunster 

boards 28 do. 
" Maggie Miss, corset maker (B.) , bds. 

24 Front [Charles River 

" Margaret Miss, dressmaker, house 3 
4i Martin, laborer, bds. 24 Front 
" Mary, wid. of Cornelius, h. 7 McCabe 
" Mary, widow of Patrick H., boards 

46 River 
" Michael, brush maker (B.), b. 7 Vine 
" M. M., boiler maker, 92 Main 
" Nicholas, horseshoer, 2()2 North ave., 

house at Boston 
" Nora, wid. of Patrick H., h. 27 West 
" Patrick, laborer, house 163 Green 
11 Patrick, laborer Revere Sugar Refin- 
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Carroll Patrick I)., liquors, 281 Cambridge, 
house do. 
Patrick, house 27 West 
Patrick li., Btone cutter, First, near 

Spring, house 390i Cambridge 
Phillip, laborer, h. 204 Franklin 
Philip, laborer Revere Sugar Refinery 

boards 20 Winter 
Richard, fireman Cochrane Chemical 

Co., Rotter, h. 6 Conlon's court 
Wm., coachman, h. 7 Norton place 
Wm., grain weigher (F. R.R., Chs'n) 

house 1(5 Gore 
Wm. C, mariner, h. 189 Franklin 
Wm. H., marble worker, house 67 

Charles 

Wm. M., salesman (40 Summer, B.), 

boards 88 Franklin 

Carruth Charles E., grocer, 72 River, bds. 

9 Laurel [Laurel 

" George E., clerk, 72 River, house 9 

Carruthers Edwin J., book-keeper, 17 Main 

house at Melrose 
Carson Patrick, carpenter, h. 1S6 Green 
Carson Patrick, painter, house 14 Antrim 
" Robert, brakeman, E. & A. R.R., h. 

Waverly, near Fort Washington 
41 Robert, house 186 Green 
Carstein Hans L., coal and wood, 47 

Cogswell avenue, h. 45 do. 
Carter Charles, H., clerk (45 Oliver, B.), 
house 35 Concord avenue 
" Charles W., musician, b. 38 Sidney 
44 Edbert E., clerk, 164 Cambridge, 

rooms rear 149 Cambridge 
" Elno A., book-keeper, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 5 Chestnut 
" Frank H. (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 
brushes, 122 and 124 Harvard and 
(21 Exchange, B.), h. at Boston 
" George blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

house 138 Cambridge 
" Geo. E., 547 Main, h. 35 Concord av. 
" George W., wood engraver, (4 Alden 

court, B.), bds. 138 Cambridge 
" Harriet Miss, city missionary (19 
Congregational House, Beacon, B.) 
h. 14 Western avenue 
" Harriet W., widow of Elisha, house 

14 Western avenue 
" James, coachman, h. 31 Williard 
" James E., waiter, bds. 38 Portland 
44 Joseph, confectionery, b. 275 Br'way 
44 Joseph T., printer (238 Wash., B.), 
house 88 Sidney 

CARTER JOSIAH H., real estate 
and mortgage broker (31 State, B.), 
boards at Dorchester (see p. 504) 
" Lemuel T., grocer, 174 Hampshire, 

house 498 Cambridge 
" Maria, widow of George P., house 35 
Concord av. [Austin 

" Martha L., widow of John, house 38 
" Nathan A., clerk, h. 4 Boardman pi. 



Carter Noel A., salesman (229 Franklin, 
B. ) house 66 Antrim 
44 Richard II., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 66 Putnam av. b-uT 

11 Susan Mrs., house 177 Harvard ■ 
" William P., horseshoer (B.), house 

23 Valentine 
Cartier Louis, cutter (63 Cbauncy.^B.), 

house 20 Hubbard avenue 
Carton Hugh, soap dealer, h. 88 Hunting 
Cartwright Fzekiel S., ropemaker, house 2 

Harold place 
11 Helenor Mrs., h. rear 71 School 
" John B., musician, bds. 2 Harold pL 
" Joseph P., driver S. F. E., 5 house 2 

Hotel Inman [2 Harold pi. 

" Philip, box nailer, 3 Hampshire, h. 

Winsor 
Carty Henry, machinist, house 129 Winsor, 

boards do. 
44 Henry T., music teacher, 129 Winsor 

boards do. 
44 James F., brass finisher (B.j, boards 
" John J., telephone operator (40 Pearl 

B.), bds. 129 Winsor 
" Mamie Miss, telephone operator (623 

Main, bds. 129 Winsor 
" see McCarty, also McCarthy 
Carver Fred, painter, 642 Main, house rear 

1 Prospoct 
Cary Emma F. Miss, b. 92 Brattle 

14 Sarah G. Miss, house 92 Brattle 
Caryl Mary E. Miss, copyist, Otis, corner 

Second, h. at Somerville 
" Thomas G., bds. 92 Brattle 
" see Carey 
Case Benjamin W., driver (99 Sudbury, 

B.;, bds. 68 Columbia 
4 ' Elias A. , elk. , (140 Hanover,B. ) , h. 5 

Lamson place 
" Lvman G. , teamster (99 Sudbury, 

B.), h. 68 Columbia 
Casey Albert, baker, 502 Main 

" Andrew A., baker, 502 Main, h. rear 

15 Pine 
44 Bernard, carpenter, h. r. 79 Hastings 
" Catherine Miss, h. 2 Norfolk ct. 
44 Frank J., iron moulder, Third, cor. 

Bent, bds. r. 15 Pine 
44 Geo., laborer, house 6 Rogers block, 

Washington 
44 Geo. A., brass finisher, bds. rear 79 

Hastings 
" James H., billiard clerk (Tremont 

House, B.), bds. 91 Fifth 
" James J., clerk, John Reardon & 

Son. Waverly, bds. at Boston High- 
lands 
James M., clerk, 31 Hampshire, 

bds. 173 Cambridge 
44 James S.. sub-steam fire engine 

driver, house 195 Cambridge 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 239 Franklin 
•• John, baker, 502 Main, h. 3 Green 



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Casey John, clerk, B. & M. freight depot 
(B.), house 46 Winter 
44 John, wheelwright, bds. 350 North 
avenue 
John H., lab., h. rear 80 Boylslon 
John H. , machinist, b. rear 79 Hast- 
ings [Wash. 
Mary, widoAv of James, house 34 
Michael, bar tender, (102 Leverett, 

B.), bds. 91 Fifth 
Michael, clerk, 132 Cambridge, bds. 

at Somerville 
Michael, marble worker, house 192 

Norfolk 
Michael, messenger (Tremont House 

B.), house 91 Fifth 
Patrick, blacksmith's, helper (Water- 
town), h. 200 Cushing 
Patrick, laborer, 221 Bridge, house 

31 Vine 
Thomas H., clerk (24 Federal, B.), 

bds. 173 Cambridge 
Thomas J., chief engineer, fire de- 
partment, office City Hall, 660 
Main, h. 173 Cambridge 
Timothy, laborer, h. 26 North 
Win., fireman, house 4 Dickinson 
Wm., undertaker, h. 104 Fourth 
Wm. F., confectioner, 282 Broadway, 
bds. 195 Cambridge 
Cash Wm. , teamster, bds. 84 Cambridge 
Cashman Bridget, widow of James, h. 127 
Webster avenue 
44 Ellen, widow of Martin, h. 78 Bolton 
44 John, gardener, at Observatory, h. 26 

Donnell 
44 John, teamster, bds. 8 Lincoln 
44 Mary E. Miss, house 50 Holyoke 
44 Michael Mrs., h. 8 Lincoln 
44 Patrick, wheelwright, 232 North av., 

house 78 Bolton 
44 Thomas, book binder, Kiverside 

Press, house 536 Main 
44 Wm. J., paper ruler, b. 536 Main 
Casme Manuel J. , laborer, h. 90 Third 
Caso Mariano, musician, rms. 20 Fairmont 
Casper Max, bronzer, bds. 57 Gore 

" Otto, wood carver, Otis, corner First, 
house at Boston 
Cass Calvin P., clerk (191 Blackstone, B.), 
house 22 Pearl 
44 Frederick G. vice pres. (F. A. Ken- 
nedy Co.), 502 Main, house 12 
Green 
44 John A., sec. and treas. (F. A. Ken- 
nedy Co.), 502 Main, h. 65 Magazine 
44 Sarah C, widow of Enoch C, house 
12 Green 
Casseau Charles C, carriage painter, 232 

North av. , h. at Somerville 
Casselle Joanna, widow, h. 42 Winter 
Cassidy Ann, widow of Edw'd. h. 120 Pearl 
44 Bridget Mrs., h. 18 Hunting 



Cassidy Edward, clerk (B. & M. freight de~ 
pot, B.), bds. 120 Pearl 
" Edward, cutter, N. E. Glass Works, 

house 79 Spring 
" Edward, driver, U. S. mail wagon, 

44 Bridge, h. 28 East 
" James, iron worker, h. 159£ B'dway 
" John, laborer, h. 35 Harding 
" Patrick H. , mixer's helper, N. E. 
Glass Works, rms. 5 Second st. ct. 
Casson Robert (Irving & Casson^), wood 
mantles, Otis, cor. First, house at 
Linden 
Casteels Alphonse, cabinet makers' helper, 
Second, cor. Thorndike, house 214 
Cambridge 
' ' Edmund, cabinet mkr. , h. 182 Norfolk 
Castle Eliza, wid. of Jas., h. 52 Columbia 

" Jas. C, clerk (B.), b. 52 Columbia 
Caswell Alanson W. , painter, h. 44 Sidney 
" Alvin C, photographer, bds. 63 River 
" Daniel W., clerk (580 Washington, 

B.),bds. 44 Sidney 
" Elizabeth, widow of John, house 155 

Green 
" Geo. B. (Coolidge & Caswell), prop. 

Bay State Laundry, 136 Franklin 
" Horace, driver, Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Chas'n 
44 Isabel R., widow of Alanson B., h. 

124 Austin 
•' Jane B. , widow of George W. , nurse, 

house 15 Antrim 
" Sarah P., widow of Enoch H., h. 8k 

Western avenue 
" Susan, widow of Thomas, house 93 
Hampshire [shire 

44 Thomas M. , teamster, bds. 93 Hamp- 
Cate Abbie Miss, house 41 Orchard 

" Charles F., clerk (18 Cambridge, 

B.), house 57 Frost 
44 Jessie, teacher, High School 
44 John, rooms 12 Dunster 
" Louisa L., widow of James, house 7 
Appian-way [Boston 

Cater John, superintendent 368 Main, h. at 
Cathers George, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. 
First, house at Boston [Elm 

Catholic Children's Orphan's Home, 136 
Catlin John, night watchman, Third, cor. 

Bent, h. 1 Chestnut Park 
Caty Louis O., clerk, 432 Cambridge, h. at 

Somerville 
Cauchon Hippolyte, wood carver, 44 Camb. 
house 26 Vine [Austin 

Caulkins Frederick J., law student, b. 96 
44 Herbert L. , student, b. 96 Austin 
44 Louisa B., widow of Jonathan, h. 96 
Austin 
Caution Kate Miss, h. 53 Mt. Auburn 
Cavanagh Annie Mrs., h. 656 Cambridge 
" Charles, plumber, bds. 656 Cambridge 
44 Charles, stone-cutter, First, opp. 
Spring, h. do. 



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Caranagh Cortes W., printer, b. 17 Eliot 
" John, li. 45 Brookline 
" John, machine hand, 102 Broadway, 

boards 656 Camb. 
" Michael, harness maker, 443 Main, 
house 12 Watson [h. do. 

" Michael T., grocer, 34G North av., 
" Patrick, teamster, First, n. Spring, 
h. 24 Vine 
Peter, stone cutter, b. 166 Main 
Caranagh, see Kavanagh 
Cavanaugh Napoleon, carpenter, h. Clifton, 
near Spruce 
" Thomas, cahinet maker, b. 656 Camb. 
" Thomas H., action maker, 162Broad- 

way, h. 656 Camb. 

11 Win. H., clerk, 346 North av., b. do. 

Caverly Irving, gardener, 263 Harvard, b. 

do. [54 Gore 

Cawley Thos. J., laborer, 211 Bridge, h. 

Cazmay Geo. F., clerk (100 Frankiin, B.), 

h. 47 River 
Cederberer Anderswood, carver, Woodbury 
building, Otis, h. 72£ Wash. 
" Theodore H., carpenter, h. 72£ Wash. 
Cederholm Nels, cabinet maker, 44 Camb., 

h. 15 Valentine 
Centennial Am. Tea Co., teas and coffees, 
A. A. Campbell, manager, 527 Main 
and T. J. Stevenson, manager, 130 
Cambridge 
Center Caroline O. Mrs., h. 2 Lincoln ct. 

" Mary P. Mrs., h. 23 Summer 
Cervi Romeo, book-binder, Riverside Press 

h. 98 Putnam avenue 
Chabot Joseph S., tinsmith, L. Columbus, 

house rear 52 Spruce 
Chadbourne Arthur, b. Mercer Circle 

" Wm. Mrs., h. Mercer Circle 
Chadwick Alford F., polisher, 137 Broad- 
way, h. 44 Winsor 
" Lead Works, red lead mnfrs., N. E. 
Glass Works yard, North, office 
(171 to 175 High, B.) 
" William, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, 
house at Boston 
Chaffee Knowlton S. (Chaffee & Cum- 
mings), charcoal, 103 Bridge, and 
overseer of the poor, h. 55 Otis 
" & Cummings (Knowlton S. Chaffee 
and Daniel P. Cummings), char- 
coal, 103 Bridge 
Chaffers Charles, laborer, h. r. 112 Main 
Chagon Octave, stone cutter, h. Crescent 
av. , next pottery 
" Wilfert, clerk (B.), boards O. Cha- 
gon's. Crescent avenue [h. do. 

Chalk Abraham B. , shoemaker, 26 Fourth, 
Challies Rachel, widow of Chas. D., b. 101 

Western avenue 
Challis Alfred, press roll maker, University 

Press, h. 42 Holyoke 
Chalmers Frank S., shoemaker (341 Wash. 
B.), h. 140 Hampshire 



Chalmers James, foreman of Lithographers, 
Riverside Press, h. at All-ton 

<: James V., Btudent, Ep. Theo. School, 
h. 1 Dana [5 Columbia 

" Wm.. Jr., nailer, :) Hampshire, rooms 
Chamberlain A. Otis, letter carrier, P. 0., 
611 Main, house lo Kingplacc 

'• Alfred N.. shoemaker fJ42 Main, h. 
10 King place 
Arthur \\\. clerk, boards 01 Auburn 

" Edw., carver, h. 26 Brewery 

" Geo. I)., oveiseer of the poor, and 
beef (25 So. Market, B.), house 5 
River 

" Geo. E., b. 91 Auburn 

" James F., silver plater (21 School, 
B.), h. 116 Prospect 

" John Paul, trav. salesman (12 Bed- 
ford, B.), b. 91 Auburn 

" Newell, beef (25 So. Market, B.), h. 
7 River 

" Sally N. Mrs., teacher, Willard prim- 
ary school, house 91 Auburn 
Chamberlin Chas. U., real-estate- agent, b. 
659 Main 

Cll \ >l III ICI I > DANIEL U., 
pres., First National Bank, Main, c. 
Prospect, and treas., Chas. R. St. 
Ry. Co. office, 484 Main, h. 659 
Main 
Elizabeth S. Miss, compositor (Tran- 
script office, B.), h. 124 Norfolk 
Ella M. Miss, whistling soloist, b. 39 

Columbia 
Geo. H., b. 77 Brattle 
Horace E., lumber (54 Kilby, B.), h. 
10 Lawrence [Norfolk 

Mary A. N., widow of John, h. 120 
Samuel B., h. 289 Pearl 
Sarah F., widow of Charles P., h. 

39 Columbia 
Volney R., h. 167 Brookline 
W^arren E., carpenter, brls. 1 Hotel 
Brooks, Brooks [659 Main 

Wm. E., architect (6 Beacon, B.), b. 
Winston W., clerk (cellar 1, New F. 
H. market, B.), h. 120 Norfolk 
" see Chamberlain 
Chambers Geo. A., soap-stone Avorker, h. 8 

Hampshire place . 
Champaux Edward, driver. Camb. R. R. 

Co., house 111 Spruce 
Champlin Edgar B., lawyer (209 Wash., 

room A., B.), 8 Dana 
Champney Wm. E., expressman, boards 

512 Main 
Chandler Amanda M. Mrs., h. 35 Hudson 
" Archie, clerk, Boston Bridge Works, 

Sixth, bds. 3 Hastings square 
" Charles H., bookkeeper (178 Devon- 
shire, B.), h. 269 Harvard 
«« C. H., driver Camb. R.R. Co. 
" Edward K. Rev., pastor Broadway 
Baptist Church, bds. 151 Austin 



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Chandler E. J., piano trimmer, 162 Broad- 
way, h. at Hyde Park 
" Edward R., hatter (9 Hollis, B.), h. 

22 Front 
" Elmer E., draughtsman (84 Kingston, 
B.), boards 16 Amory [Columbia 
" Emeline B., widow of Ebenezer, h. 

16 Amory 
" Emery A. , bookkeeper, 502 Main h. 37 
" E. Dana, designer, bds. 83 North ave. 
" Frank A., electrotype finisher, River- 
side Press, bds. 22 Front 
" Gilbert E., dividend clerk '85 Devon- 
shire, B.), b. 16 Amory 
" Isaac A., supt. Boston Bridge Works, 
Sixth, cor. Rogers, h. 3 Hastings sq. 
" Laura J. Mrs., teacher of dancing, 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 550 Main, boards 
85 Prospect 
" Lewis B., provisions, 655 Main, bds. 

16 Amory 
** Mary, widow of Jas., h. 51 Fairmont 
" Seth C.,h. 16 Craigie 
" Seth C. jr., assistaut at Observatory, 

house 16 Craigie 
" Stephen B., salesman (95 Washington 

B.), house 83 North av. 
' ' Sylvanus R. , piano maker (B.) , house 
4 Union place 
Chaney Abigail, widow of Thomas, house 
4 River [Pleasant 

'•' Sylvanus B., cracker dealer, house 86 
" see Cheney 
Channing Edward T. Mrs., b. 67 Kirkland 
Chapin Andrew N., mason, basement, 602 
Main, house 22 Fairmont av. 
" Edward S., furniture (West, B.), h. 

97 Lake View av. 
1 ' George T. , butter, etc. (13 Blackstone 
market, B.), h. 66 Otis 
Chaplin George, builder, 120 Inman, h. do. 
" Sarah T., widow of Charles F., house 

152 Austin 
11 Wm. H., carpenter, b. 120 Inman 
" Winfield S., professor H. U., house 
16 Prospect 
Chapman Charles E., clerk (P. O., B.), h. 
162 Hampshire 
" Charles H., building mover, 61 Ply- 
mouth, bds. 40U Main 
" Charles L., shoecutter, b. 9 Broadw'y 
l> Cyrus, machinist, bds. 54 Sidney 
" Elizabeth, widow of Ozias G., house 

Reidesel avenue 
" Francis L., carriage mnfr., rear 10 

Brattle, house 11 Story 
" Frederick E., salesman (Wash., B.), 

h. 145 Green 
V Harrison, machinist, h. 23 Austin 
" James, laborer, bds. 392£ Camb. 
" John, millhand, 44 Cambridge, house 

at Everett 
11 John A., teamster, h. 109 Third 



Chapman John L., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way house 27 Western av 

" Joseph D., slipper maker (79 Wen- 
dell, B.), house 21 Sidney 

" Josiah G., painter, 660 Main, house 3 
Hotel Inman, Inman square 

" Mary E., widow of Hazen, house 
40 li Main 

" Nathaniel B., rooms 16 Story 

" William, carpenter, 109 Webster av., 
house 390£ Cambridge 

" William G., salesman, 473 Cambridge 
boards 75 Gore 

' ' Wm. H. , paper hanger, b. 390£ Camb. 
Charles George L., conductor Cambridge 
R. R. Co., boards 4 South 

" River Embankment Co., 603 Main, 
room 3 

CHARLES RIVER IRON 
WORKS, Kendall & Roberts, 
props., 72 to 92 Main (see p. 5) 

CHARLES RIVER NATIONAL 
BANK, Eben Snow, cashier, 1 Har- 
vard row (see page 468) 
CHARLES RIVER STREET 
RAILWAY CO., Charles E. 
Raymond, president, office 484 
Main, transfer office, 117 Hamp- 
shire, cor. Columbia 
Charlton Frank, rope maker, h. r. 35 Banks 
" William B., clerk, 527 Cambridge, h. 
197 Hampshire 
Charmois Mary A., widow of Victor, house 

141 Thorndike 
Charter Jessie, wid. of John, h. 106 Auburn 
Chartrand Elzer, cooper, 169 Gore, b. 13 
Sixth 
" George, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 13 Sixth 
Chase Aaron F. , mason, house McDonald, 
beyond F. R. R. 
" Austin C, clerk, 168 Gore, boards 

108 Cambridge 
" A. P. Mrs., matron Avon place Home 

Avon hill, bds. do. 
" Charlotte M. Miss, teacher Webster 
Grammar school, bds. 341 Broadway 
" Edward F., electrician (95 Milk, B.), 

b. 86 School 
" Edwin B. Rev. Mrs., h. 50 Shepard 
" Freeman H. , express (91 Kilby, 

B.), house 156 Hampshire 
" George D., student H. U. , rooms 29 

Holyoke 
" George S., salesman (W. Second, c. 

E, S. B.), h. 29 Lancaster 
" Hiram L., homoeopathic physician, 

office and house 752 Main 
" Isaac, book keeper Richardson & Ba- 
con, foot Dunster, h. 47 Towbridge 
" Isaac R., engineer B. & L. R. R., h. 

123 Thorndike 
" Joseph S., cabinet maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Woburn 



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Chase Josiah G., civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, (52:} Main, h. 8 Bigelow 
" Washington I., starter ('has. R. St. 
R'y Co. (Charles, cor. Camb. , B,), 
house 1 4 ;"> i Columbia 
Chatwin William, brass-finisher (Boston), 
house 125 Columbia 
" William T., bds. 125 Columbia 
Checkley Dora Miss, h. 7 Appian way 
Cheney Charles W., salesman, 502 Main, 
house 351 Pearl 
*' Edwin L. , produce (31 F. H. square 

B.) , house 41 Essex 
" Ellen A., teacher Stearns primary 

school, bds. 13 Greenough ave. 
" George S. , trav. salesman (601 Wash. 

B.), house 24 Worcester 
" Herbert E., clerk (31 Faneuil Hall, 

sq., B.), bds. 41 Essex 
" Hiram W., salesman (119 Milk, B.), 

house 58 Austin 
" Joseph P., h. 351 Pearl 
" Mary M. , widow of Nathan, h. 50 
Sacramento [52 Mt. Auburn 

" Susan B., widow of Joseph A., house 
" see Chaney [bia, h. do. 

Cherest E. A. Mrs., physician, 147 Colum- 
Chestnut James, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 47 Harding 
Chick Charles A., salesman (9 Chauncy 
B.), boards 99 Allston 
" Edward E., assistant Peabody Mu- 
seum [ston 
" John A., shoemaker (B.), h. 99 All- 
" Joseph E., box-maker, 169 Gore, h. 
14 Buck's block, Seventh 
Chickering William H., clerk B. & L. R. 
C. freight office, Prison Point, h. 
at Lowell 
Child Andrew J., boarding-stable (37 Rich- 
mond, B.), h. 145 Hancock 
" Cyril C, paper cutters and printing- 
presses, 356 Main and (64 Federal, 
B.), house at Dorchester 
" E. Adelaide, teacher Agassiz school, 

boards 26 Mellen 
" Ernest G., book keeper, 120 Hamp- 
shire, boards 226 Broadway 
" Eugene, machinist, 356 Main 
" Francis J., professor of English, H. 

U., house 67 Kirkland 
" Frederick E. , photographer (48 Win- 
ter, B.), house 207 Harvard 
" George W., yardman 565£ Main, bds. 

6 State 
" Joseph Mrs., h. 7 Prince 
" Moses M. , truant officer, wards 2 and 

4, boards 10 Farwell place 
" Spencer, ice, 120 Hampshire, house 

226 Broadway 
" William B., house 6 State 
Childs Charles S., foreman Cambridge 
cemetery, h. Coolidge ave., next 
the cemetery 



Childs Edward F.. confectioner, house 6 

Pipneer avenue [ Front 

Edwin L. . helper. 605 Main.)*. 21 

Henry II., printer, 105 Magazine, b. 

46 Holyoke 
" John J., h. 18 Fairmont 
" W. H., roller maker 368 Main 
" William H., harness maker. Camb. 

R. R. Co., h. at Somerville 
" William H., organ stop maker, 137 

Broadway, b. 6 Pioneer ave. 
" Winthrop W., driver 565$ Main 
" see Child 
Chipley Joseph F., compositor, b. 38 Pearl 
Chipman Albion, steam packing cutter, r. 
113 Camb., h. 38 Bigelow 
" Anna M. Miss medical student (B.)» 

b. 38 Bigelow 

" Frank B., teamster (B.), house 210 

Cambridge [170 Brookline 

" George W. (116 Tremont, B.), house 

Chisholm Colin, carpenter and builder, 427 

Cambridge, h. 108 Tremont 

" Colin 2d, carpenter, 7 Western ave., 

boards 9 Norfolk 
" George, driver Boston Ice Co., Prison 

Point, rooms at Charlestown 
" Jolin, carpenter, h. 14 Warren 
' ' William F. , carpenter, h. 108 Tremont 
Chittick Robert Mrs., h. r. 13 Appian way 
" Robert H., clerk (B), boards rear 13 
Appian way 
Choate B., lithographer Riverside Press 
" Charles F., lawyer and president O. 
C. R R. (Kneeland, c. South, B.), 
h. 153 Brattle and at Southboro 
" George Mrs., widow, h. 4 Garden 
" Walter, printer, b. 9 Charles River 
Christian Caroline, widow of Henry L., 
nurse, h. 60 Boylston 
" John R., h. 57 Banks 
Christiansen Alfred E., machine hand, 162 

Broadway, rooms 8 Norfolk 
Christianson Lorita, tailor (B), house rear 

172 Columbia 
Christie Alexander, stenographer Riverside 
Press, house at Maiden 
11 Michael, lab., house 16 Reed 
" William, supt. Dana Hill Club stable, 
677 Main, h. 22 Western av. 
Christopher Geo. P., clerk (690 Wash.B.), 
bds. Zenas Davenport, foot of Dav- 
enport 
" Susan, widow of Edward B., house 

4 Eaton 
" Henry A., carpenter, 118 Hampshire, 

h. 68 Webster av. 
" Zenas, harness maker, 186 No. ave., 
house foot Davenport 

" , grocer, bds. 276 Broadway 

Church Charles C, waiter, h. 19 Brewery 
" Chas. L., cigar mnfr. (51 Beach, B.) 
h. 124 Thorndike 






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Church Elizabeth E., widow of Alexander 
B. house 120J Harvard 

" John B., cabinet maker, h. 7 Eighth 

" Mary H. Mrs., dressmaker, 7 Eighth, 
house do. 

" Moses D., physician, house 106 Put- 
nam avenue 
Churchill Theodore, pedlar, bds. 14 Lincoln 

" Wm. Mrs., bds. 10 Buck's block, 
Seventh 
Chute Clarinda B., widow of William B., 
rooms 508 Main 

" David S., cooper, h. 22 Green 

" Edward E., hostler, 503 Main, h. r. 
503 do. 

" Irene Mrs., h. 19 Franklin 

" James L., roofer, bds. 19 Franklin 

" Bobert, baker, bds. 54 Sidney 
Cilley Harry B., bds. 86 Buckingham 

" Horace L. (Cilley & Woodbury), liv- 
ery stable, 120 Green, h. 15 Clinton 

'* Martha B., widow of Jacob G., bds., 
86 Buckingham 

" & Woodbury (Horace L. Cilley and 
Willard H. Woodbury), stable 120 
Green 
City Hall, 660 Main 

" Stable, Hampshire, between Norfolk 

and Tremont 

Clacy John, telescope maker, 254 Pearl, h. 

do. [112 Oxford 

Claflin Walter A., apothecary, 1 Brattle, h. 

Clamp John, nickel plater (B), h. 60 North 

Clancey David, hostler (B.), house r. 169 

Bridge 

" George, arctic maker, Amer. Rubber 
Co. 

" James William, laborer, h. 95 Third 
Clancy James C, book-keeper (Hotel Ven- 
dome, B.), h. Rockingham, corner 
Granite 
Clapp Chas. C, Mrs., h. 132 Mt. Auburn 

" Charles W., saw filer, 3 Hampshire, 
h. Rogers' brick blk. , Main 

" Edward C, compositor, University, 
Press h. 138 Mt. Auburn 

" Ellen A., wid. of John W., house 67 
River [burn 

" Fred C, musician, bds. 132 Mt. Au- 

" Geo. Walter, turners' supplies (North, 
B.), h. 169 Putnam avenue 

" John, sawyer, 162 Broadway, house 
89 Plymouth 

" Lois A., widow of Seth, h. 4 Rock- 
well 

" Robert P., law reporter " Adver- 
tiser " (248 Washington, B.) rooms 
17 Western ave. 

" Walter G., missionery, rooms 18 Put- 
nam ave. 
Clark Abraham, laborer, 2 Brewer's block, 
h. at Brighton 

" Albert E., foreman (87 Broad, B.), 
h. 80h Green 



Clark Albert S., laborer, h. 52 Portland 

Albert T. , carpenter and baker, 82 
River, h. do. 

Alice D., widow of Simon P., h. 35 
Cherry 

Allison C, cooper, h. 174 Wuisor 

Alvan (Alvan Clark & Sons), tele- 
scope maker, Henry, h. 184 Brook- 
line 

Alvan & Sons (Alvan, Alvan G., and 
George B. Clark), telescope makers 
Henry, near Brookline 

AlvanG. (Alvan Clark & Sons (tele- 
scope makers, Henry, h. 186 Brook- 
line [95 Otis 

Alvin, engineer, B. & L. R. R., rms. 

Amasa S. K., clerk, Camb. Gas Light 
Co., 424 Harvard, bds. 21 Irving 

Ambrose H., coll. Camb. Gas Light 
Co., 424 Harvard, h. 21 Irving 

Annie, widow of Silas, h. 6 Flagg-st. 
court 

Appleton, h. 20 Sacramento 

Arthur H., bds. 125 Oxford 

Augustine, cooper (Somerville) bds. 
167 Otis 

Bernard P., blacksmith, 232 North 
ave., h. 33 Dunster 

Benj. P., cigar mnfr. 35 Pearl, and 
(B. P. Clark & Co.), 506 Main, h. 
81 Franklin 

B. P. & Co. (Benj. P. Clark, Amasa 
A. McKusick and Thos. H. Emer- 
son;, confectionery mfrs., 503 Main 

Charles F., painter, h. 7 Elmer 

Charles S., clerk (8 Oliver, B.), bds. 
Mrs. L. H. Clark's, Langdon 

Chester N. , supt. brush department 
House of Correction, Thorndike, c. 
Third, h. at Somerville 

Daniel, saloon, 1 Palmer, house 48 
Boylston 

Daniel Mrs., dressmaker, house 48 
Boylston 

Dwight S., printer, h. 32 Elm 

Edward P., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 15 
Sparks street place 

Ernest W. (Clark & Crawford), 
plumber, 12 Harvard row, house 26 
Winthrop 

Eugene, provisions, boards 43 Essex 

Fannie M. Miss, house 134 Oxford 

Frances M., widow of Metcalf B., 
h. 134 Oxford 

Frank A., hulled corn mnfr., 400 
Main, h. 402 do. 

Frederick C, boarding-house, 404 
Harvard 

George, butcher, h. 71 Hastings 

George, driver U. S. mail wagon, 44 
Bridge, b. at Boston 

George B. (Alvan Clark & Sons), tel- 
escope maker, Henry, house 182 
Brookline 



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" George W., Btampei Riverside Tress, 

h. L9 Fairmont av. 
" Georgie C. Mrs., h. 28 Bummer 
11 (J. Fred, artist, bds. 100 Biver 
" Harry, .student II. ['., rooms 78 Mt. 

Auhurn 
" Henry W., millman, 20 Albany, h. 1 

Symond's block, DeWolf 
" Herbert W., gardener, 8 Highland, h. 

do. 
" Honors Mrs., h. 107 Tremont 
11 Hvacinth. boiler maker, 72 Main, h. 

266 Camh. 
[. " Isaac H., rubber machinery mnfr. . 

17-1 Broadway, h. at Somerville 
" James, laborer, h. 27 Vine 
11 James M., shoemaker, 381 Main, h. 

10 Walnut ct. [b. 79 Spring 

•• James S., cutter, N. E. Glass Works, 
• ; Jedathen, clerk, h. 11G Western av. 
" John, boiler maker, h. 19 Walnut ct. 
" John, cook, h. CI Hampshire 
" John, overseer Mt. Auburn stable. 

C. II. II. Co., h. 82 Cu hing 
" John B.. driver C. R. li. Co. 
" John Edward, driver C. R. R. Co.,h. 

118 Holworthy 
•' John E., laborer, h. 19 South 
" John J. . book-keeper (30 Kilby. B.). 

h. 107 Tremont 
" John J., laborer, h. 3 Dickinson 
•• John AV., cabinetmaker (76 Beverly, 

B.), h. 98 Hampshire 
" Joshua W., carriage painter 270 No. 

avenue, h. 39 Spruce 
" Lewis C, engineer Chemical Engine 

Co., Central sq., h. do. 
•' Lorenzo B., confectioner, b. 6 State 
" Lydia, widow of Joseph E., h. Lang- 
don, n. North avenue 
" Martin V. B., compositor, Riverside 

Press, h. 100 River [Dunster 

•• Mary, widow of Bartholomew, h. 42 
- Mary E.. widow of Edward, h. r. 41 

Clark 
" Mary J., widow of James, h. 8 White 
" Mary T., book-keeper, 9 Harvard sq. 

h. 21 Irving 
" Orrin B., student H. U., b. 26 Essex 
" Patrick, hostler. 203 Bridge, h. 4 

Water 
" Patrick, watchman C. R. R. Co.. Mt. 

Auburn stable, h. 60 Auburn pi. 
" Phebe Mrs., nurse, h. 21 William 
" Richard, carpenter, h. 14 Leighton ct. 
" Robert H.. provisions. 21 7^ No. av., 

h. 231 do. [con 

Robert O. ,wood carver (B. ) ,h. 4 Bea- 
Samuel Adams, foreman of laborers, 

3 Hampshire, h. at Somerville 
" Steinitrer Anna Mrs., music-teacher. 

h. 24 Clinton 



Clark Steiniger Frederick, music-teacher, 
h. '2\ < ilinton 
• - Thomas (Custom House, B. . h. 88 

Winsor 
•- Thomas, bootmaker Am. Rubber Co. 1 

b. 42 Cherry 

" Thomas, piano key maker, L13 Broad- 
way, l». 82 Cherry 
" Thomas (.'..painter, 660 Main, h. 10 

Eliot [36 Ash 

;i Thomas II.. foreman, 12 Brattle, bds, 

" Thomas M.. clerk. 147 North av. . b. 
8 White 

11 T. B., arctic maker Anier. Huh. Co. 
• Walter T.. student. II. I*.. I 

Winsor [30 Front 

William, at John Keardun & Sons, h. 
painter, bds. 24 DeWolf 
(j.. wood carver, 44 (Jam- 
il. 4 Beacon 

, bookbinder (70 Sudbury, 
r. 202 Putnam avenue 
provisions, 217A North av. , 



" Wm. B., 

" William 
bridge, 

•• Win. II. 

B.). h. 
" Wm. T.. 

h. 231 do. 

CLARK & CRAWFORD Ern- 
est W. Clark and James Crawford;. 
plumbers. 12 Harvard row | see p. 
8) [h. do. 

Clarke Augustus P.. physician. 693 Main, 
' ; Cyrus W., bricklayer (B.),h. Dodge, 
n. Western a v. 

• Edward E,. milkman. 5 Brewer, h. do. 
•• George, cabinet maker. Otis. c. First 

h. at Chas'n 

•• George W.. conductor Chas. R. St 
Ky. Co. 

; - John, junk dealer, h. IS Hunting 

" J. Milton, messenger U. S. sub-treas- 
ury (Devonshire, B.), h. 2 Flor- 
ence place 

" Matthias C. city laborer, h. 87 Sixth 

• Milton E. B., clerk (P. O., B.), bds. 

2 Florence place 

" Rufus W.. fireman, tug Henry Chad- 
pel, b. DeWolf, c. Beaver 

" Theodore P. B., letter carrier (P. O., 
B.). h. 1 Florence pi. 

• William, bootmaker. DeWolf. cor. 

Beaver, h. do. 
" Wm. H. , carriagesmith. 178 North 

avenue, h. at Somerville 
Clarke, see Clark 
Clarkson John G. , jeweler, b. 6 Rockwell 

" Thos. G., jeweler, h. 6 Rockwell 
Clary Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 

124 Webster av. 
; - Charles H., bookkeeper (145 Milk, 

B.), b. 25 Erie 
il Edward L., clerk, 68 Bridge, bds. at 

Somerville [U., h. 22 Baldwin 

•• Francis P.. janitor Boylston Hall, H. 
•• John, lumber, Sanborn's wharf, 68 

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Clary John S., salesman, 68 Bridge, b. at 
Somerville 
" John W.,book binder (25 Arch, B.), 

b. 25 Erie 
" Mary, widow of David, h. 230 Bridge 
" Oliver C, carpenter, 92 Main, h. at 

E. Somerville 
" Oliver D., at Amer. Rubber Co., b. 

at Somerville 
" Susan Miss, h. 130 Oxford 

" , mason, b. 2 Columbia 

ClattenburgMary, widow of Joseph, nurse, 

'" h. 3 Chestnut Park 
Clauss Charles, foreman of carvers, 44 

Cambridge, h. at S. B. 
Claussen Peter, boots and shoes (Newton), 

h. 214 Green 
ClayAbbieE. Miss, button-hole maker(B.), 
b. 30 Pront 
" Charles, laborer, h. 41 Baldwin 
" Zenas, machinist, 29 Main, h. r. 123 
Elm 
Clayton Horace E., bookkeeper (38 School, 
B.), rooms 20 Essex 
" H. Helm, asst. at Observatory, b. 
Mt. Auburn 
Cleary Daniel, packer, Amer. Rubber Co., 
Ninth 
" James, foreman box department, 162 

Broadway, house 23 Decatur 
" Mary Miss, clerk, 502 Main, bds. 23 

Decatur 
" Michael B., hairdresser (Province 

House, B.), h. rear 49 Clark 

" Nellie Miss, clerk, 502 Main, bds. 23 

Decatur [ct. 

" Patrick, stone mason, h. 7 Baldwin 

Cleland Marsh, teamster, 169 Gore, h. 84 

Spring 
Clement George Mrs., h. r. 44 Washington 
" Herbert E.. silver plated ware ^459 
Wash.,B.),h. 4 Clinton 
Clements John, plasterer, h. 98 Fifth 
Clemmet Thomas, tailor (506 Wash., B.), 
house 38 Brookline [ley 

Cleveland Albert D., watchman, h. 13 Had- 
" Albert D. jr., conductor, Camb. R. R. 

Co., bds. 13Hadley 

" Edward, confectioner (98 Canal, B.). 

bds. 13 Hadley [Wallace 

" Samuel T., stone contractor, h. 12 

" Wm. A., letter carrier. P. 0., 150 

North av., bds. 13 Hadley 

Cleverdon John, painter, Charles R. St. 

Ry. Co. 
Cliff Sanford P., carpenter, b. 120 Wmsor 
Cliffbeck Aug., bds. 46 Pelham 
Cliff: rd Frank L., bds. 9 Winsor 

" James, feeder, Cambridge R. R. sta- 
bles, 223 Cambridge 
" Jeremiah, brick layer, bds. 5 Beaver 
" Jeremiah, currier, Miiller Bros., bds. 

440 North avenue 
" John, engineer, house 5 Beaver 



Clifford J. T., conductor, Chas. R. St. Ry. 
Co. 
" Michael W. , pressman, Globe office 

(238 Wash., B.), b. 27 Sidney 
" Patrick, carpenter, h. r. 29 Winthrop 
Clifton George H., carpenter, B. & L. R. R. 
shop, house at Boston 
" McLellan, waiter, h. 32 Brewery 
Clinch J. Morton, watches, etc. (112 State, 
B.), h. lOHilliard 
" Wm. C, telegrapher (109 State, B.), 
h. 100 Columbia 
Cline, see Kline 

Close Annie L. Miss, bds. 380 Broadway 
" Caroline, teacher, Allston grammar 

school, bds. 380 Broadway 
" George, mnfg. confectioner, 243 and 

245 Broadway, h. 380 Broadway 
" John, shipping clerk, 502 Main, h. 

50 Pine 
" Nellie L. Miss, cashier, 114 Camb- 
ridge, boards 50 Pine 
Clough Ada L. Miss, clerk, 469 Main, bds. 
464 do. 
" Ellen R. Mrs., dressmaker, 65 Ply- 
mouth, house do. 
" Joseph L., manager, 245 Broadway, 
house 118 Winsor [Green 

Clouse Ellen A., widow of Louis, house 158 
Clouston Mary L., widow of William, house 

14 William 
Cloutman Charles, rms. 56 Auburn 
Clover Bros. (Frederick and Ellis Clover), 
second hand furniture, 457 Camb. 
" Ellis (Clover Bros.), 457 Cambridge, 

house 131 Winsor 
" Frederick (Clover Bros.), 457 Cam- 
bridge, house 14 Murdock 
B. Franklin, carpenter, h 10 Brewer 
" Edmund R., printer, Riverside Press, 

house 12 Fairmont av. 
" Henry J., printer, Riverside Press, b. 
12 Fairmont av. 
Clowser Charles E., brakeman, F. R. R., 

house Carver, opp. Wendell 
Cloyes Lothrop J., chief of police, office 
Central sq. bldg., Western avenue, 
h. 126 Brattle 
Clucas John, upholsterer, h. 29 Andrew 
" Thomas, tinsmith, bds. 29 Andrew 
Clukas Geo. M., clerk, h. 133 Franklin 
" Wm. H., jig sawyer. (102 Utica, 
B.),h. 8 Sixth 
Clunan Andrew, printer, h. 269 Cambridge 
Clunen Thomas, laborer, h. off Wellington 

near Hill's crossing 
Cluney Theresa, widow of Thomas, h. 45 

Brookline 
Clymer Wm. B. S., instructor of English, 

H. U., house Channing 
Coakley Daniel, lab., 17 East, b. 18 North 
" Daniel H., harness maker, 2 Camb. 
" Daniel H., teamster, bds. 500 Camb. 



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" David J., laborer, bds. 18 North 

" Dennis, laborer, bds. IN North 

" Hanora, widow of John, h. 26 North 

" John II.. bds. 14 Willow 

11 Maggie Miss, forewoman of shoe- 
makers'. Amer. Rubber Co. 

•' Patrick, bootmaker, Amer. Rubber 
Co., Ninth 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Willow 

" Timothy, expressman, h. 500 Camb. 

" Timothy W., law student, bds. 500 

Cambridge [Clark 

Coates George A., blacksmith, h. Hotel 

Cobb Abner R., engraver, bds. 29 Pleasant 

" Charles S., gilder, 579 Main, bds. 84 
Austin [Franklin 

" Edward C, clerk, 529 Main, house 15 

" Eugene, baker, 180 North av., b. 25 
Wyeth [Pleasant 

" Franklin A., clerk, 638 Main, h. 29 

" Franklin A. jr., clerk, 105 Magazine, 
bds. 29 Pleasant 

" Geo. E. (Geo. E. Cobb & Co.), pic- 
ture frames, etc., 579 Main, board- 

" George E. & Co., (George E. Cobb'), 
picture frames, etc., 579 Main 
ing house, 84 Austin 

" George S., carpenter, B. & L. R. R. 
shop, Bridge 

" Harriet H. Mrs., physician, 314 
Broadway, h. do. 

" Harry H., picture framer, 579 Main, 
bds. 84 Austin 

" Herbert, clerk (B,), bds. 48 Prospect 
Cobb Josiah H., h. 17 Prospect 

" Lewis R., student, bds. 22 Lee 

COBLEIOH CHARLES C, coal 
and wood, wharf foot of Boylston, or- 
der box, Lyceum Exchange, Har- 
vard sq., h. No. Harvard, near the 
wharf, Allston (see outside front 
edge and p. 22) 
Coburn Agnes, asst. H. U. library, boards 
772 Main 
" Calvin, organ maker (No. Grove, c. 
Camb., B.), h 148 Spring 

Charles, 157 North av., h. 172 do. 

Charles F., clerk (72 Pearl, B.), h. 
148 Spring 

Cornelia A. Miss, 

Elizabeth S. Miss 
bds. 772 Main 

Geo. A., physician, 134 Otis, h. do. 

Harry A., clerk (B.), bds. 17 Sacra- 
mento 

Jennie M. Miss, at secretary's office, 
H. U., boards 172 North avenue 

L. R., wheelwright, 232 North av. 

Mary J., widow of Wendell T., hair- 
work, 110 Wiisor, h. do. 
Cochraue Alexander, pres. Cochrane Chem- 
ical Co.. Potter, h. 44 Beacon, B. 



h. 858 Main 

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COCHRANE CHEMICAL CO., 
(Alexander Cochrane, president and 
treasurer. Hugh Cochrane, vice- 
president;, chemical mnfrs., Potter 
office (56 Kilby, B.) (»ee p. 498) 
" Hugh, vice-president, Cochrane 
Chemical Co., Potter, b. at Boston 
Cocray Patrick, coachman, h. 62 Waverly 
Codman Sarah W., widow of Wm. P., bds. 

50 Sacramento 
Cody Joseph, laborer, h. 70 Spruce 

11 Patrick J., teacher St. Augustine Col- 
lege, h. 4 .Jordan place [McCabe 
" William, laborer. 220 Portland, h. 21 
CoesC. N. Mrs., h. 207 Hampshire 

" Geo. H ..comedian, h. 207 Hampshire 
Coffee John, teamster, b. 4 Potter 
Coffey Catharine, widow of Timothy, bds. 
220 Franklin 
" D. J., safe maker, 17 Main 
" John, row boat keeper (Public Gar- 
den, B.) h. 54 Nortn 
" John, teamster, b. 4 Potter 
" John J., provisions and groceries, 25 

Bay, house 220 Franklin 
" Michael, laborer, h. 52 North 
" Nellie, widow of David, house 215 

Franklin 

" Wm., clerk 83 Bridge, b. 28 East 

Coffield Mary, widow of Thomas, house 2£ 

Douglass [Pearl 

Coffin Amos N., machinist, Albany, h. 59 

" Eugene, foreman paint shop, 17 Main 

h. at Boston 
" Freeman, carpenter, h. 8 Cottage 
" Mary E., widow, h. 6 Flagg street ct. 
" Wm., express driver, Bancroft's ex., 
h. Beacon [av. 

Cofran Frank H., teamster, b. 80 Concord 
" Fred N., teamster, b. 89 Concord av. 
" Noah M., at S. M. Cofran'a, Concord 

av., h. 89 Concord av. 
" Samuel M.. brick m ifr., Concord av. 
n. Fresh Pond, h. 70 do. 
Cogan Daniel, conductor Charles R. St. Rv. 
Co., bds 103 Brookline 
" Edmond J., carpenter. 400 Cambridge 

house 151 Winsor 
" Joseph, harness maker (65 Sudbury, 

B.), house 35 Second 
' ' Joseph A. . student (B. ) , b. 35 Second 
" Maggie Miss, chimney paperer N. E. 
Glass Works, North [6 DeWolf 
Coghlan Francis J., driver, 22 Brattle, h. 
Cogswell Charles N., student H. U., b. 61 
Kirkland [land 

" Edward R., physician, house 61 Kirk- 
" Francis, supt. of schools, office Cen- 
tral square bldg., AVestern avenue, 
boards 123 Prospect [land 

11 George P., student H. U.. b. 61 Kirk- 
" Joseph A., printer, h. 49 Western av. 
Cohen Betsey, wid. of bram, house rear 
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Cohen George, cabinet maker, Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, house at Boston 

" Leo, salesman (97 Hanover, B.). b. 

90 Thorndike [h. 90 Thorndike 

" Louis, merchant tailor, 106 Cambridge 

" Mark, machinist. 10 Arrow, house 114 

Auburn 
" Michael, cigar maker, b. r. 5 Watson 
" Morris, cigar maker, 599 Main, house 

20 Decatur 
" Solomon, cigar maker, b. r. 5 Watson 
Cohn Adolph, prof, of French, H. U., bds. 
77 Brattle 
i4 Harris, House 51 Clark 
Cokeley Mary E., widow of John, b. 31 Rice 
Coker Frederick G. , janitor Court House, 
Third, h. 102 Thorndike [Reed 

Colbert Margaret, widow of Edward, h. 49 
" Jeremiah, foreman Bay st. stable, 
Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., b. 103 Brook- 
line 
" Patrick John, foreman packing dept. 
162 Broadway, house 33 Union 
Colburn Carrie H., wid. of Elisha, nurse, 
h. 500 Main 
" Edmund, clerk, bds. 8 Broadway 
•' George W. (33 Summer, B.), house 

7 Dana 
" Josie Mrs., house Hilton place 
Colby Albion C, h. 93 Auburn 

' ' Arthur F. , conductor Camb. R. R. Co. 

h. 432£ Cambridge 
" Benj., h. 36 North avenue 

COLBYGII^IAN, editor, 573 Main 
house 4 Centre 
" Henry, cabinetmaker, rms. ^32 Elm 
" James S., physician, 23 River, h. do. 
" Lewis Rev., h. 14 Trowbridge 
" Mary C, wid. of John, h. 105 Oxford 
" Moses C, h. 28 Wendell 
" Nellie M. Miss, teacher Dunster 

school, b. 36 North av. 
" Thomas J., machinist. B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Somerville 

COI.BY WILLABD C, advt. agt. 
and collector, for Cambridge Press, 
531 Main, h. 60 Columbia 
" Wm. M., furniture findings (96 Rich- 
mond B.), b. 298 North avenue 
Cole Arthur E.. driver, 31 Elm, h. 39 do. 
" Charles D.. sec. Grand Lodge I. O. 
O. F. (515 Tremont B.), house 
738 Main 
" Clarence, painter, bds 1 Magazine ct 
" Daniel, watchman, h. 47 Pine 
ki Edwin M., teamster, h. 47 Pine 
" George A., starter Camb. R.R. Co. 
(West Boston bridge), h. 136 Co- 
lumbia [River 
" Geo F., lab.H. U. yard, h. 28 Charles 
" Howard E., mill hand, 3 Hampshire 
" Ivory F., carpenter, h. 47 Fairmont 
" Laliah H., widow, h. 1 Shepherd's blk. 
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Cole Seth Mrs., h. 6 Union 

" Susan P. Mrs., housekeeper, 8 

boar Is do. 
" William E., carpenter, h. 6 Gordon pi 
" Wm. W., cabinetmaker (Dorchester) 

h. rear 184 Cambridge 
" Winslow V. , b. 36 Austin 

COJLEr?IAN BROTHERS (Wal- 
ter G. and James W. Coleman), wood 
and coal, 91 Broadway, and 506 
Main (see page 480) 
" Daniel, cofectioner (B.), boards 93 

Webster avenue 
" Edward B., cotton broker (4 Liberty 

square, B.), b. 11 Wendell 
" Elisha P., treas. Am. Baptist Miss. 
Union (32 Tremont Temple, B.). h 
11 Wendell 
Coleman Elizabeth, widow of John, house 
30 Hamilton 
" James W. (Coleman Bros.), coal, 91 
Broadway and 506 Main, house 25 
Front 
" John, engineer 356 Main, h. 68 School 
" John, gardener Mt. Auburn cemetery 

b. Michael Coleman's, Burns ct. 
" John, laborer, h. 6 Reed 
" John, teamster, 256 Bridge, house at 
Somerville [Linehan's blk., Third 
" John, teamster, 256 Bridge, house 5 
" John jr., b. 6 Reed 
" Mary, widow, h. 13 Willow 
" Martha J., widow of Wm., h. 8 Allen 
" Maurice, plasterer, bds. 13 Willow 
" Michael, laborer, h. Burns ct. 
" Michael D., h. 93 Webster av. 
" Thomas, furniture finisher, Otis, cor. 

First, h. at Charlestown 
" Walter G. (Coleman Bros.), wood, 

506 Main, h. 92 Winsor 
" see Colman [28 Winthrop 

Colesworthy Andrew B., machinist, house 
Coll Mary Mrs., h. 94 Webster ave. 
Collat Mary, widow, bds. 90 Thorndike 
Colleton Joseph, laborer (B.), h. 12 East 
Collett Fred W. H., printer (B.), house 25 
William 
" Mary E.. widow of Frederick, h. 
25" William 
Colley Francis A., insurance (7 Exchange 

place, B.),h. 796 Main 
Colli John, piano case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. 60 Harvard 
Collier Edward P., printer (238 Washing- 
ton, B.), bds. 9 Winter 
" John, truant officer, ward ", house 9 

Fourth 

" Sophia, wid. of Patrick H.,h. 9 Winter 

" Thomas, bundler, 126 Portland, house 

85 Clark 

Collins Alfred Q., artist, Hammond, h. do. 

" Ann, widow of James, housekeeper, 

67 Spruce, bds. do. 
" Augustus, laborer, h. r. 221 Franklin 



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( !orneliu8, laborer, h. 52 North 
Cornelius, liquors, 1 16 Bridge, rms. 

Leighton court 
Daniel, laborer, sixth, cor. Potter 
Daniel, painter B. & L. II. R. shop, 

Bridge, house al Somerville 
Daniel. 169 Gore, I). 5 Linehan's 

block, Tenth 

Daniel F., teamster, 158 Putnam av.. 

house 14!) do. 
Dennis, coal shoveler. 15. & L. R. K. 

house LG Cambridge 
Dennis, mill hand, Ainer. Rubber Co. 
Totter Bridge 

Edward, section hand B. & L. R.R. b 
Edward ¥.. lawyer, rms. 118 Auburn 
Ellen, widow of David, house 159 

Franklin 
Ellen, widow, h. 13 Grant 
Frank, calenderer Am. Rubber Co. 
George boot maker Am. Kubber Co., 

b. 24 Plymouth 
James E., conductor Camb. R.R. Co. 

h. 3 Linehan's block. Tenth 
James J., coffin maker, 203 Bridge, 

bds. 56 Second 
James J., 169 Gore, b. 7 Squire's ct. 
Jeremiah, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

159 Winsor 
John, coal shoveler B. & M. R.R., b. 

1 Leehmere place 
John, granite works, Ayer's wharf. 

Third, house at South Boston 

John, laborer, 184 Broadway, bds. 

19 Jefferson [Winthrop 

John, tailor, 8 Boylston, house 40 

John A., clerk East Camb. P. O., 129 

Cambridge, bds. 10 North 
John C. , bds. 56 Second 
John J., butter dealer, h. 27 Decatur 
John P., broker, h. 20 Western ave. 
Joseph, gardener Mount Auburn cem- 
etery, h. Mt. Auburn, c. McDonald 
J. Lincoln, salesman (17 Cornhill, 
B.), h. Mt. Auburn, opp. Cemetery 
gate 
Kate F. Miss, dressmaker, 19 Boyls- 
ton, h. do. 
Mary, widow, h. 45 Willow 
Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, 19 Boyls- 
ton, honse do. 
Mary B. Mrs., boarding-house, 56 
Second 
; Michael, b. 19 Jefferson 

Michael, butcher Niles Bros., house 

6!) Bolton 
Michael, junk, h. 19 Jefferson 
Michael, lab., 169 Gore. h. 7 Squire's 
court 
■ Michael, teamster, h. No. ave.. corner 
Lexington avenue 



B. . house 216 Pearl 

• Patrick, iron dealer, h. 22 Blanche 

Patrick I) . coal and wood. r. 1 10 

Pleasant, house do. 

■ Richard, teamster Valentine & Sails, 

house 41 DeWoll 

" Richard, head baker, Memorial Hall, 
h. 17 Dyke Mead 

'• Samuel M.. machinist (B.)i house 20 

■ s. 15. . driv.-r. Camb. R. R. Co. 

" T., driver, Camb, R. K. Co., house al 

Arlington 
•• Thos., laborer, h. l Leehmere place 
'• Thos. E., teamster, Ninth, c. Spring, 

h. 124 Spring 
" Thos. P., 169 Gore, b. 7 Squire 
" Timothy, tailor (B.), h. 52 North 
" T. E., cabinet maker. 14 Gore, h. at 

Wyoming 
" Wm., metal caster. Otis, n. Fir-t 
" "Win., pattern maker. 225 Bridge 
" Win. J., citv laborer, h. 14* Green 
'• Wm. S.. starter, Camb. R. B. Co. 
(Bowdoin sq., B.), house 24 Hol- 
worthy place [59 Third 

Collinson Harry, trimmer, 203 Bridge, bds. 
Collyer Sarah A., widow of Isaac, house 

10 Upton 
Colman Adeline A. Miss, children's cloth- 
ing (3 Park, room 2, B.;. h. 126 
Otis 
" John, carriage trimmer, 446 Main 
" Joseph J., kitchen-furnishing goods, 

468 Camb., h. 183 Columbia 
" Mary E. Miss, children's clothing (3 

Park, room 2. B.). h. 126 Otis 
" Mary J., widow of Mark W., h. 126 

Otis 
" see Coleman [at Boston 

Colson Morris, machinist. 225 Bridge, h. 
Colston Edward, laborer, b. 2 Lawrence 
" Frank, feeder, Chas. R. St. Railway 
stable (Somerville), h. 116 Colum- 
bia 
Colton Frank H., cook (Young's Hotel, B.) 

house 205 Lake View avenue 
Columbus Albert A., plumber, 28 Wash., 
h. 5 Rogers' block. Wash. 
" Louis G.. tinsmith. Cedar, c. Dudley, 

house 27 Reed 
" Wm., tinsmith, h. 95 Webster av. 
Colvin Maranda M.. widow of Columbus 

T., h. 38 Pearl 
Combs Chas. E., clerk, 417 Camb.. boards 
15 Ellsworth avenue 
"IOMEE DEXKIS F., cooper. 129 
Gore, h. at Boston (see p. 477) 
Comer James, laborer, h. 4."> Harvey 

11 Michael, at Muller Bros., h. Harvey, 
near Jackson [Camb. 

Comerford Alice, wi ow of Edward, h. 401 
" Edw. J., h. 16S Green 






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Comerford James, foreman, Brookline st. 

stable, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
Comey Geo. A., brushes, h. 22 Lake 

" Wm. A., clerk (9 Bowdoin sq., B.), 
h. 120 Magazine 
Comfort Alice, widow, h. 401 Camb. 
Comptois Louis, laborer, Waverly, corner 

Talbot 

Comstock Anthony L., supt., Am. Rubber 

Co., Potter, cor. Ninth, rooms 197 

Harvard [Warland 

" Betsey J., widow of Hiram M., h. 24 

Conant Agnes B. Miss, comparer, Otis, c. 

Second, b. 10 Dana 

" Benjamin, printer (32 Hawley, B,), 

house 53 Essex 
" Chas. F., h. 27 Washington av. 
" Geo. H., clerk, 9 Brattle, house at 
Boston [h. 8 Tufts 

" Geo. W. S., clerk, Riverside Press, 
" Harriet E. Miss, comparer, Otis, cor. 

Second, b. 10 Dana 
" Mary B. Mrs., nurse, h. 8 Tufts 
" Selwyn Frank, conductor, B. & A. 
R. R., h. 73 Magazine 
Concannon J., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 

" Patrick H. , printer, b. 14 Grant 
Conder Chas. E., clerk, 497 Main, h. 244 
Harvard 
" Edwin E., mariner, b. 244 Harvard 
" Rosella, packer, 31 Elm, boards 244 
Harvard 
Condin Joseph, laborer, h. 80 Boylston 
Condon James F., liquors, 461 Main, h. do. 
" John, laborer, b. 171 Elm 
" John P., carpenter, B. & A. R. R. 
repair shop (Allston], house 110 
Magazine [Ninth 

" Joseph, boot maker, Am. Rubber Co. 
" Michael, laborer, house rear Hilton's 
block, Murray [Boston 

" Robert J., hairdresser, 1 Essex, h. at 
" Wm., teamster, 166 River, house 12 

Andrew 
" Wm., tin-plate worker, b. 516 Main 
Condrick Edward, night watchman, 126 

Portland, house 15 Cherry 
Condry Thos., machinist, h. rear 17 Pine 
Cone Adeline W. Mrs., h. 105 Inman 
" Frank W., book-keeper (111 Arch, 
B.), b. 105 Inman 
Conefry Dominick, boot maker, Am. Rub- 
ber Co., h. 107 Hampshire 
Coner Charles M., foreman of carpenters, 
B. & L. R. R. shop, house at Som- 
erville 
Coney Patrick, gardener, h. 53 Crescent 

" Patrick F., laborer, 626 Main 
Congdon Edward, laborer, h. 417 Camb. 
Conkey Wm. G., machinist, h. 6 McCabe 
Conlan Andrew, coouers' apprentice, b. r. 
200 Bridge 
" Bridget Mrs., h. rear 24 Vine 
" Chas. M., laborer, b. 102 Dublin 



Conlan Dennis, city laborer, h. 13 Bolton 
" Edw., barrel dealer, h. 417 Camb. 
" Felix, lawyer, Lechmere Bank bldg., 

66 Camb., b. 59 Thorndike 
" James, b. 184 Winsor 
" John, lithograph printer, boards rear 
200 Bridge [erville line 

" John H. , laborer, h. Harris, at Som- 
" Margaret, widow of John, house 13 
Bolton [200 Bridge 

'* Michael, baker (Fall River), h. rear 
" Michael, cooper, b. 5 Linehan's blk., 

Tenth 
" Michael, laborer, 128 Winsor, h. 184 

do. 
" Patrick, engine cleaner, B. & M. R 

R. , b. rear 200 Bridge 
" Patrick, teamster, house 102 Dublin 
" Patrick, house 59 Thorndike 
" Peter, engineer, 206 Broadway, h. 

171 Winsor 
" Robert, lab., house 8 Douglass 
" Samuel, lab., 206 Broadway, house 

88 Webster avenue 
" Sarah A. Miss, teacher, boards 59 

Thorndike 
" Thomas P., physician, 512 Main, 

rooms do. 
" Wm.. painter, rear 14 Boylston, bds. 

69£ Mt. Auburn 
" Wm., laborer, bds. 164 Gore 
" Wm. H., laborer, bds. 88 Webster av. 
" see Conlin 
Conlay John W., h. 73 Concord ave. 
Conley James J., moulder, bds. 10 Munson 
" John, iron maker, Boston Bridge 

Works, house 200 Norfolk 
" Mary Mrs., house 10 Munson 
" Marv E. Miss, clerk, 71 Vine, bds. 

64Charles 
" Wm., teamster, 13 Broadway, bds. 

30 Harvard 
" Wm., baker, bds. 10 Muns n 
Conlin James A., roofer, 107 Hampshire, 
house do. 
" Thomas, driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
Conlon John, laborer, h. 200 Norfolk 
" John J., shoemaker, 823 Cambridge, 
h. 18 Hunting 
Conn Hannah C, widow of Nath'l C, h. 

18 Eighth 
Connaton Edward, painter, 14 Church, h. 

5 Athens 
Connell Anthony, painter, h. 9 Hancock 
" Anthony jr., brassworker, bds. 9 

Hancock 

" Dennis J., clerk, 207 Franklin, bds. 

do. [Franklin 

" Ellen, widow of William, house 200 

' ; Ellen, widow. of Patrick, house 207 

Franklin 
" Henry, tinsmith, bds. 12 Boylston 
" James, laborer, h. 249 Franklin 



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" Jeremiah, city lab., h. 188 Webater 

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11 Jeremiah, laborer, bds. 200 Franklin 
" John, baker, bds. I Second it. court 
44 John, painter, bds. 9 Hancock 
" Job , teamster, 71 Main, house 200 

Franklin 
44 John, h, 253 Franklin 
44 John T., salesman (24 Summer, B.) 

house L56 Pleasant 
" Michael, bacon curer, r. 866 Camb. 

house 1 7.") Winsor 
11 Patrick, tailor (B). li. 4 Lopez 
14 Patrick N., express driver, bds. 253 

Franklin 
" Robert, clerk (B.), bds. 85 Concord 

avenue 
44 Wm. J., expressman, Lyceum bldg. 

Harvard sq., h. 240 Franklin 
44 Win. J., grocer, 207 Franklin, h. 2 

Walkers' court 
44 Wm. J., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
44 Wm. J., molder (B.), b. 253 Franklin 
44 see O'Connell [place 

Connelly Bartholomew, lab., h. G Camden 
44 Edward, lab., house 34 Harvard 
" Hannah, widow of James, house 41 

Charles 
44 James, molder, H. M. Bird, Pelham 
44 James, piper, 220 Portland, house at 

Boston 
44 Jane Mrs., h. 3 Dickinson 
" John, clerk, 333 Main, bds. do. 
44 John, farmer, h. 22 Cushing ct- 
" John, h. 56 Charles 
" Patrick, coachman, John Read, Ap- 

leton, bds. 9 Donnell 
44 Richard F., laborer, b. 6 Camden pi. 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 4 Emmons pi. 
" Wm. teamster, h. 30 Harvard 
Conner Charles E., engineer, steamer 5, h. 
lll£ Inman 
44 Eugene, condcctor Camb. R. R. Co., 

bds. 3 Frank 
44 Jerome A., h. 30 Brattle 
44 Mary A. Mrs., house 30 Brattle 
Connerton Dominick, city laborer, h. 431 
Cambridge 
" Joseph, keeper, h. 12 East 
Connerty James, mason, bds. 5 Ninth 
; ' Thomas, laborer, 1G0 Gore, house 5 
Ninth [lin 

Connery Stephen, laborer, bds. 201 Frank- 
Connington Henry, baker, Main, bds. 51 

Pleasant 
Connole Thomas, laborer, C. R. R. Co., 

bds. 118 Ilolworthy 
Connolly Mary, widow of Bernard, house 

55 River 
Connor Daniel, foreman, Quirin & Co., 
Tannery, h. at Boston 



Connor Bernard J., button maker, h. rear 
161 Broadway 
Dennis, laborer, l>. l ( Hay 
" P, N.. compositor, U 

'• Hannah. Mr-., h. 1 18 Elm 

44 James, carpenter, h. ,( 7 1 1 
41 James, clerk, '.».". spruce, bds. do. 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 29 Winthrop 
" John, chrk (B. &M. K. R., li. ; . bda. 
'.» Broad* ay 

'• John, laborer, b. r. 15 Jack-on 

•• John, laborer, h. r. 215 .Mi. Auburn 

" John F., baker, bda. 80 Kirkland 

44 John II.. h. B foster 

44 Justin P., grocer, 88 Fifth, h. L21| 

Winsor 
" Mary, widow, h. 186 Green 
" Michael, gardener, h. 194 Green 
44 Michael, laborer, n. 1 Clay 
44 Michael, laborer, h. r. 14 Jack-on 
44 Michael, laborer, h. 157 Winsor 
44 Patrick, laborer, h. HI Elm 
44 Stanley J., carpenter V. R. Chamber- 
lin (Winsor, Somerville). house 110 
Charles Green 

" Thomas, t amster, 13 Broadway, bds. 
Connors Charles, laborer, h. 13 Broadway 
" Charles J., laborer, h. 119 Portland 
44 Cornelius, teamster, h. 7<; Spruce 
44 Daniel, h. 152 Third 
44 Daniel M.. laborer, 184 Broadway. 

b. 14:7 Franklin 
" Harry, tinsmith, 12 Brattle 
44 James, laborer, 184: Broadway, bds. 

Clark 
■' Jeremiah, teamster, 10 Frank, b.17 do. 
44 John, driver Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Joseph, teamster, 5 Broadway, b. 71 

Hastings 
44 Julia, widow of Patrick, h. r. 05 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Maurice, laborer, h. 70 Spruce 
" Michael, laborer, 13 Broadway 
" Michael, laborer. Waverly, c. Talbot 
44 P., boiler maker. 02 Main 
" Patrick, cellar man, 10 Frank, bds. 

17 do. 
" Patrick, laborer, 220 Portland 
" Peter, wool puller. 10 Frank. b. 17 do. 
44 Richard, liquors (154 Court. B.), h. 

50 Pleasant 
44 Terrance, foreman, 13 Broadway, h. 

55 do. 
" Thomas, gate-tender. Harvard street 
crossing. B. & A. R. R.. house 72 
Harvard .Webster av. 

• William J., teamster (B.). house 25 
44 Wm. J., polisher, 20: , » Bridge, h. 120 
Spring 
Connors, see Connor also O'Connor 
Conrad John X.. variety store. 3 31 Broad- 
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Conroy Annie M., widow of John F., h. 101 

Kinniard 
" James, electrotyper, University Press, 

h. 10 Foster 
" James, laborer, b. 101 Kinniard 
" James, teamster, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
" John, laborer, b. 23 Berkshire 

'John, plumber, 17 Brattle, boards 10 

Foster 
" Kieran, laborer, h. 101 Kinniard 
; ' Michael, laborer, Sargent's whf., b. 

15 Farwell pi. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. Conroy blk., r. 

215 Mt. Auburn 
il Patrick J., slater (E. B.), h. r. 56 

Charles 
" Thomas, liquors, 198 Camb., h. do. 
" Wm., hairdresser, 76£ Norfolk, rms. 

25 Tremont 
Conry Michael J., police station 1, house r. 

17 Charles River 

" M.J. Mrs., dressmaker, house r. 17 

Charles River 
Contant Urgal L. , baker, 191 Hampshire, 

house do. 
Conte Julius, cabinet maker, h. 20 Spring 
Converse George H., clerk (178 Tremont, 

B.), b. 403 Broadway 
" Joseph H. , h. 403 Broadway 
Conway Catherine, widow of Martin, h. 12 

North [Mt. Auburn 

" James, tailor, 418 Harvard, rms. 22 
•• James M., wire worker, b. 28 Erie 
•• John, at John Reardon & Sons, bds. 

103 Brookline 
" John, laborer, h. 198 Norfolk 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 42 Clark 
" Patrick, blower N. E. Glass Works, 

b. 12 North 
" Patrick C, clerk adjt.-gen. office 

(State Honse, B.), h. 10 Florence 
" Peter, laborer (Middlesex R. R. Co., 

B.\h. 19 Third 
" Richard, carpenter, h. 9 Austin 
•• Richard, mason, 7 Grant, h. do. 
" Richard, mill hand Amer. Rub. Co., 

b. 26 Portland 
" Stephen, painter, h. 6 Dunster 
" Stephen, painter, 460 Main, house r. 

18 Lopez 

" Thomas, at John Reardon & Sons, b. 

103 Brookline 
" Wm., grocer, 109 Portland, h. 107 do. 
" Wm. jr., clerk (30 Winter, B' a ), b. 
107 Portland 
Coogan Daniel, plumber, 12 Brattle 

■ Dennis. laborer, 169 Gore,b. 10 Third 
" James jr., clerk, 167 Harvard, b. 99 

Henry 
" John T., letter carrier, P. O. 611 

Main, h. 99 Henry 
" Martin, provisions, 157 Harvard, b. 
99 Henry [h. 402 Main 

" Michael B., lawyer (68 Cornhill, B.), 



Cook Anna F., widow of Michael W. ,b. 61 
Wright 
" Catherine, widow, h. 41 Charles 
" Catherine, widow of William, house 

19 ii North avenue 
" Charles, salesman (60 Summer, B.), 
b. 59 Gore 

" Charles E., b. 36 Brookline 

" Coleman, laborer, 221 Bridge 

" Cyrus J., carpenter, h. 54 Putnam av. 

" Edward, shipper, 13 Broadway, h. r. 
27 Webster ave. 

" Edward H., bookkeeper, 81 Bridge, 
h. at Arlington 

" Ephraim, h. 69 Gore 

" George R., clerk (42 Commercial, 
B.), b. 80 Magazine 

" Henry, laborer, h. 27 Valentine 

" Henry J., bar keeper (B.), h. 27 
Valentine 

" H. J., roller maker, 368 Main 

" J. E.,mill hand, 162 Broadway, h. 
at Boston 

" James, blower N. E. Glass Works, 
h. 8 Third 

" John, h. 46 Clark 

" John B., cattle dealer, h. 1 Daven- 
port [folk 

" John F., cabinet maker, h. 192 Nor- 

" John M. , carpenter, b. 8 Watson 

" John R., woodworker, State, c. Os- 
born, h. 8 Watson 

" John T., teamster Lyceum Exchange, 
Harvard square, h. 46 Pine 

" Josiah W. , pres. Camb. Fire Ins. 
Co., 555 Main, h. 96 Auburn 

" Lewis J., organ regulator (Wareham, 
B.), h. 8 Tufts 

" Louis, provisions, h. 122 Elm 

" Lowell M., organ tuner, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 471 Main [36 Brookline 

" Mary T., Avidow of Charles A., house 

" Melissa C. Mrs., h. 761 Main 

" Michael J., barber. 379£ Main, rooms 
2 Harrison 

" Noah, cabinet maker, Otis, c. First, 
h. at Boston 

" Robert D., h. 761 Main 

'• Thomas, teamster, 13 Broadway, bds. 
46 Clark 

" Thomas F. (Cook & Stewart) , grocer, 
63 Western av. , h. 59 do. 

" Timothy, h. 563 Main 

" Wm., asst. professor of German, H. 
U., h. 25 Appleton 

" William H., baker, 502 Main, h. 14 
Elm 

" & Stewart (Thomas F. Cook and 
John Stewart), groceries, 63 Wes- 
tern avenue 
Cooke E. Ward, dentist, 104 Cambridge, h. 
do. 

" Henry, fish cutter, h. 20 Prince 



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Chemistry and Mineralogy and Di- 
rector of the Chemical Laboratory, 
II. I ., h. 25 Quincy 

" L. Fred., Bupt. 169 Gore, h. at Boston 

" Bee Cook also Koch [1)2 Banks 

Coolbroth Edward N., joiner, 84 Mill, h. 

Cooley Albert L.i furniture (Portland, B.). 

h. 91 Magazine [91 Magazine 

» Chas. A., broker (3 School, B.), h. 

" Eil ward L., clerk, (515 Washington, 
B.), bds. 91 Magazine 

" George P., clerk (62 State, B.), bds. 
91 Magazine 

" John D., cabinet maker, State, cor. 
Osborn, house at Chelsea 

" Levi, Jr., china decorator (Porcelain 
place, B.), h. 120 Prospect 
Coolidge Arthur P., book-keeper, Joseph 
G. Coolidge, Coolidge ave., b. do. 

" Charles, compositor, Riverside Press, 
h. 5G Auburn 

" Chas. E., plumber, b. 66 Inman 

" Chas. F., clerk Kiverside Press, h. 
176 Putnam ave. 

" Chas. H., h. 14 Wallace 

" Cyrus, driver Boston Ice Co., Prison 
Point, h. at Boston 

" Daniel S. (Coolidge & Caswell), 
prop. Bay State laundry, 136 Frank- 
lin, h. 9 River 

" Edward J., foreman Joseph G. Cool- 
idge, Coolidge ave., bds. do. 

" Elavel, h. 48 Trowbridge 

" George H., cabinet mkr., h. 66 Inman 

44 George H., plumber's helper, 634 
Main, h. 61 Franklin [2 Suffolk 

" J. Franklin, brakeman F. K. R. h. 

" James I. T., clergyman, h. 6 Brew- 
ster pi. [14 Myrtle pi. 

'• John, carpenter, 195 Broadway, h. 

" John F., express, 195 Broadway, and 
(26 Devonshire, B.), h. 3 Columbia 

" Joseph G. , farmer, gardener, milk- 
man and florist, Coolidge ave., near 
Mt. Auburn, h. do. [Walden 

" Mary A., widow of Charles, house 13 

" Mary B. Miss, bds. 17 Mt. Auburn 

" Susan G. Mrs., h. 758 Main 

COOLIDGE & CASWELL (Dan- 
iel S. Coolidge and George B Cas- 
well), Bay State Laundry, 136 
Franklin (see p. 477) 
Coombs Burton, h. 141 Gore 

" Harry G. , clerk, Porter's Hotel, h. at 

Somerville 
" see Combs [off cemetery 

Coon Elizabeth R., widow, h. Mt. Auburn, 
" Floyd C, clerk (28 State, B.), b. 46 
William 

COON HOWARD (J. H. Coon & 
Co.), mason, 77 Broadway, office (17 
Pemberton sq., B.),bds. 46 William 
" James Mrs., h. 46 William 



COON JOII\ J. (.). H. Coon ft Co.) 
contractor, 77 Broadway and (17 
Pemberton sq.. B.), b. 17 Ware, n. 
Broadway 

(o<>> J. n. <v CO. (Howard and 
j John J. Coon), masons and contract- 
ors, 77 Broadway, office (17 Pem- 
berton sq., B.) (see p. 6 
Coon Komer G., mason, b. 18 William 
Cooney Edward, plasterer, bds. 18 Magee 
" Edward, spring maker, 12 Gore, bds. 

17 Flagg 
" Edward J. . cabinet mkr, h. 46 DeWolf 

opp. Stickney's lumberyard 
" John G., printer, University Press 
" Joseph, machinist, h. 17 Flagg 
" Margaret Miss, bds. L8 Magee 
" Matthew J., conductor Chaa. B. St. 

Ry. Co., bds. 157 Prospect 
" Michael, cooper, bds. 17 Flagg 
" Michael, laborer, h. 10 McCabe 
" M. J., conductor Chas. R. St. By. 

Co. 
" Peter, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, h. at 

Boston 
" P. H., asst. district attorney, office 

Court House, Third, h. at Natick 
Cooper Caroline L. F. Mrs., h. $4 Green 
" Catherine J., press feeder, bds. 11 

Hamilton [Plymouth 

" Charles, bookbinder (B.). boards 24 
" Charles H., clerk (P. O., B.), bds. 

15£ Austin [Seventh 

" James, carpenter, h. 2 Buck's block. 
" James J., cooper. Ninth, cor. Spring, 

bds. 2 Buck's block, Seventh 
" James W. Mrs., house 180 Gore 
" Joel, cigar maker, h. 8 Decatur 
" John, salesman, h. r. 144 Thorndike 
" John J., printer Riverside Press, h. 

11 Hamilton 
" John T., cooper, Ninth, cor. Spring. 

h. 2 Buck's block, Seventh 
" Margaret, widow of Win., h. 24 Ply- 
mouth 
" Mary, wid. of David, h. 11 Hamilton 
" Mary, widow of Win., lr 46 River 
" Thomas, boot maker, Am. Rubber 

Co., Potter 
" Watson, laborer, h. 76 Harvard 
" Wm., boiler maker, 92 Main, bds. 24 

Plymouth 
Coote Edward, compositor. Riverside Press 
Cooter Wm. P.. coppersmith (63 Pitts. B. ) 

h. 10 Fifth 
Coots Charles A., salesman, bds. 20 Jay 
-• James, canvasser, h. 17 School 
'• Thomas, shoemaker, h. 20 Jay 
Copeland David B., groceries, 67 Moore. 

h. do. 
11 C. John C. , driver Cambridge R. R. 

Co., house 7 King place 
11 Horace J., carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon 

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Copeland J. G., widow of R. M., h. 21 

Buckingham 
" Maria B., widow of George H., h. 12 

Winsor 
" Mary R. Mrs., bds. 209 Harvard 
" William E., clerk (45 Oliver, B.), b. 

12 Winsor 
Copithorne Ann Mrs., order clerk, Third, 

cor. Potter, h. r. 18 Fourth 
" John, b. 40 Union 
" John, carpenter, B. & L. R. R. shop, 

house at Somerville 
*' John T., mnfr. plumbers' round traps 

h. 22 River 
*' Matthew Mrs., h. 40 Union [mont 
" Richard M., bookbinder, h. 98 Tre- 
" Wm., foreman (82 State), house 115 

Winsor 
CoppA. J., conductor Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Albert H., carpenter house 39 Clark 
" John, teamster, 220 Portland, boards 

Fourth [Punster b. 131 Flesant 

Coplin Richard, hostler Camb. R. R. Co., 
Coppelstone Ann, widow of Richard, house 

rear 140 Gajden 
Coppenrath Fred E., upholsterer (28 War- 
ren, B.;, bds. Jacob Coppenrath's 

Eighth 
** Jacob, cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge, 

house Eighth, near Spring 
Corbellis James F., laborer, 169 Gore and 

grocer 84 Third, h. do. 
Corbett Augustus O., agt. (B.), house 13 

Kirkland place 
" Daniel, foreman of coopers, 169 Gore 

house 12 Squire's court 
*' David, printer, bds. 29 Holyoke [do. 
*' Ellen E. Miss, cook, Almshouse, b. 
<l George W., horse shoer r. Porter's 

Hotel, 185 North avenue 
*' John, foreman of yard, 113 Broadway 

h. 108 Washington [Lopez 

*' John, shade painter, 15 Blanche, h. 11 
" Michael F., gateman B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. 36 Second 
<< M., at 17 Main 

*? Robert S., carpenter, b. 9 Norfolk 
*' Solomon, carpenter, b. 9 Norfolk 
*' Walter G.. tinsmith, 153 Putnam av. 

h. 23 Park 
" William H,, clerk (450 Wash. B.), 

boards 108 Washington 
*' Wm. J., wood carver (Worcester), b. 

12 Squire's court 
Corcoran Cornelius, teamster (Chas'n), 

house 143 Bridge 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 166 Franklin 
M David, clerk, 25 Boylston 
" Dennis, sergeant police, station 3, h. 

118 Otis 
* l Francis J., coachman, h. 6 DeWolf 
■" Frank, electrotype finisher, Univer- 
sity Press, house 1 Foster 



Corcoran James E., brushmaker, 124 Har- 
vard h. 159 Columbia [foot Bennet 
James E., billiards, 15 Boylston, h. 
Jeremiah, baker, 29 Banks, h. do. 
John, laborer 6 Pearl, h. Franklin 
John, laborer, house North avenue, 
John, painter, b. 2 Cedar square 
John Mrs., h. end of Bennett 
John, book-binder Riverside Press, 
house 109 Putnam avenue 
near Lexington avenue 
John, at University Press, bds. 6 Har- 
vard square 
John F., book-keeper (B.), bds. 37 

Hudson 
John F., clerk (164 Washington, B.) 

house 36 Market 
John H. (J. H. Corcoran & Co.), dry 
goods, etc., 587 Main, b. 109 Put- 
nam avenue 
John J., laborer, b. 166 Franklin 
Joseph A., clerk, 17 Brattle, bds. 12 

Gerry 
J. H. & Co. (John H. Corcoran), 

dry goods, 587 Main 
Maria, widow, house 36 Market 
Martha B. Miss, tailoress (B.), bds. 

13 Salem 
Michael, foreman press room, Univer- 
sity Press, and overseer of the poor 
house 37 Hudson 
M. A. Miss, clerk Riverside Press, b. 

109 Putnam avenue 
Patrick, asst. janitor, Court House, 

Third, h. Charles, east of Third 
Patrick, laborer, 221 Bridge, bds. 19 

Seventh 
Robert, currier, Mtiller Bros. 
Samuel, house 117 Tremont 
Simon, laborer, bds. 190 Winsor 
Thomas, baker, b. 29 Banks 
Thomas P., watch man Camb. R. R. 

Co., h. 2 Cedar square 
Timothy, police, station 1, house 38 
Winthrop [do. 

Timothy, shoemaker, 165 Green, h. 
Timothy, teamster, b. 190 Winsor 
Cordina Guseppe, carver, 626 Main 
Corey Samuel J., traveling salesman (44 

Oliver, B.), h. 152 North avenue 
Corkery Dennis, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 131 
Spring 
Dennis, laborer, 169 Gore house 174 
Dennis, teamster, h. 16 Hayes ct. 

Columbia 
George, laborer, bds. 16 Hayes court 
Mary Mrs, h. 45 Cambridge 
Mary M., widow of Michael, house 
134 Webster avenue [ct., h. do. 
Matthew, drain builder, 11 Walnut 
Maurice, laborer, h. 106 Kinniard 
Maurice F., lithographer, house 45 
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Corkery Maurice M., clerk, 1 17 North ave. 
i). Mr.-. Honors Corkery 'a, Somer- 
ville avenue 
" Michael, Laborer, 169 Gore, house 19 

( 'arson 

" Michael J., cleric, 437 Cambridge, b. 

124 Webster av. 

" Patrick J., car inspector (Allston), 

house L37 Brookline 
" Timothy, drain builder, bds. 11 Wal- 
nut court 
Corkhill Edward, porter (00 Commerce, B.) 

house 4 Chestnut Park 
Corlin Charles, slater, h. 8k South 
Corliss Edward, fireman B. & L. R. R., b. 
Hotel Cambridge 
" John S., printer (238 Washington, 

B.), house 4 Baldwin place 
" Lizzie C Miss, h. 38 Brookline 
Cormack Wm. S., baker, 79 Cambridge, 

boards do. 
Cormick Patriek H., stone cutter, 258 Mt. 

Auburn, boards 7 Maynard place 
Cormier Eliza widow, h. 177 Norfolk 
Corne Wm. F., h. 48 Lake View avenue 
Corneli Paul, engineer, house Harris, near 

Somerville line 
Cornelius Lydia F., widow of Elias, house 

5 Hawthorne 
Cornell John, teamster, Richardson & Ba- 
con, house Holyoke, cor. Mill 
Cornish Henry C, laborer, h. 88 Harvard 

" Rose E. Mrs., b. 102 Austin 
Coron Benj. F., carver, 20 Albany 
Correa Henrique, cabinet maker, house 
184 Bridge [21 Gore 

" Henry, sand paperer Otis c. First, h. 
" Manuel, baker, 67 Gore, rms. do. 
Corrigan Thos., hack driver, h. 44 DeWolf 
Corro.v Joseph, laborer, h. 77 Spruce 
Corsey Mary Miss, compositor, boards 22 
Decatur 
" Mary, widow, h. 22 Decatur 
Corson Herbert, teamster, 169 Gore, rooms 

14 Squire's court [120 Fourth 
Cosgrove Andrew, laborer. 169 Gore, h. 

" Charles M., clerk (350 Washington, 

B.),b. 106 Sixth 
" Daniel J., janitor, b. 20 Donnell 
" Jane, wid. of Thomas, h. 20 Donnell 
" Thomas F., grocer, 79 Concord av. 
h. 77 do. 
Coss David, laborer, h. 3 Gray pi. 
Cosette Joseph, currier, Miiller Bros., h. 
152 Spruce [148 Spruce 

" Philip, currier Miiller Bros., house 
Costa Joseph, hairdresser, 141 Main, boards 

139 do. 
Costeller Edward F., florist, b. 6 Parker 
" John, laborer Camb. cemetery, bds. 

15 Sparks pi. 

11 Mary, widow of Edward, house 6 
Parker 



Costello Ann, widow, h. 16 Hancock 
" Charlea P., packer Am. Rubber Co., 

boards 1 17 ( rore 
" Edward, garde »-r. h. 178 Franklin 

fciliza J., millinery, h. 1 17 Gore 
" Frank L. . machinist . l; . I>. 117 (ion- 
" John, laborer II. U. yard, house l 

Cowperthwaite | Elm 

" John, laborer, 184 Broadway, h. Ill 
" John, tray, tinsmith, h. 39 ( !ha 
" Maggie Miss, pressfeeder, hoard- 16 

Hancock [lin 

" Martin, city laborer, bds. 196 Frank- 
" Mary, widow of .John.h. 2.!3 Franklin 
" Mary, widow of Michael, h. r. 4 Hil- 
ton place 
" Mary, widow of Thomas, grocer. 2."2 

Franklin, house do. 
" Michael, engineer, Union Glasf 

(Somerville), house 117 Gore 
" Richard, laborer Gas CVs works, 

Third, house 19 Flagg 
" Richard H., coachman, boards 233 

Franklin 
" William, at Union Glass Co. (Som- 
erville), bds. 117 Gore 
Cote Daniel, laborer Niles Bros., Concord 

avenue, house near do. 
Cotter Edward, laborer B. & L. R. R. sh^p, 

bds. 1 Linehan block, Third 
" Edward M. , wood turner, Otis, cor. 

First, boards 8 Camb. 
" Elizabeth M. Miss, h. 10 Oxford 
" Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 29 

Cowperthwaite 
" John, gardener, h. 35 Baldwin 
" John, gasman, McLean Asylum 

(Somerville). house 24 Sixth 
" Margaret, widow of Joseph, house 1 

Linehan block, Third 
" Morris, gate tender B. & L. R. R., 

East st. crossing, h. r. 83 Bridge 
; ' Peter, gate tender. B. &. L. R. R., 

East st. crossing, h. 8 Camb. 

COTTER RICHARD, stoves, fur- 
naces, plumbing, etc., 2 Brewer's 

block, Brattle sq., h. 35 Baldwin, 

(see p. 477) 
" Thomas, engine cleaner. B. & L. R. 

R., bds. 1 Linehan block. Third 
" W T m., driver Camb. R. R. Co . bds. 

at Boston [bds. 6 Prince 

Cotting Amy M. Miss, clerk 440 Harvard. 

'■ Henrietta, widow of Edward P , h. 

6 Prince 
Cotton George F.. prop. Brattle Square 

Hotel, Brattle sq. house do. 
" H. Norman, stationery (24 Milk, B.), 

house 23 Clinton 
" Irving W., book keeper (24 Milk 

B.), boards 23 Clinton 
'• John W.. bds. Brattle square Hotel 
" Susan G., widow of Solomon, house 

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;ouch John, confectioner, Broadwav, h. 52 

Fine 
" John, foreman 243 Broadway, house 

52 Pine 
" MaryH.. widow of John R., hook- 
keeper (40 Hawiey, B.), boards 646 

Main 
louder Jean, machinist, h. Hotel School 
Joughlan Bridget, widow of John, boards 

40 Winthrop 
' : Daniel, laborer 169 Gore, h. 21 Carson 
" John, laborer Camb. cemetery, house 

20 Locust 
" Julia, widow, h. 47 Banks 
"oughlin Catherine, widow of Dennis, bds. 

7 Hayes court 
" Daniel, blower Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), h. r. 127 Elm 
" David, city lab., h. 97 Hampshire 
" David, printer, bds. 347 Main 
" David W. , sawyer, Woodbury build- 
ing, Otis, house 57 Elm 
" Dennis, furniture mover, 95 Camb. 

house 23 Fourth 
" John, 169 Gore, bds. 13 Carson 
" John, city lab., h. 17 Jefferson 
" John, laborer, h. 87 Harvard 
" Michael, 169 Gore, boarding-house 

48 Winter 
" Patrick, cooper (Chas'n, B.), house 

35 Jefferson 
" Thomas, conductor Chas. R. St. R'y 

Co., bds. at Somerville 
" Timothy, laborer (B.), house 2 

Ayer's block, Third 
" Timothy, grocer, 16 Webster avenue, 

h. do. [at Somerville 

" Timothy, stainer, 203 Bridge, house 
" William G. , wood carver, h. 16 Web- 
ster avenue 
foulson A. L., safe maker, 17 Main 
'oulter Andrew, brass molder, h. 2 Baldwin 

place [23 Berkshire 

" Frank J., teamster 113 Broadway, h. 
" James E., moulder, Pelham, house 

20 Union [way 

; ' John, police, station 1, h. 53 Broad- 
" William, teamster, b. 23 Berkshire 
tounihan Daniel F., fruit peddler, bds. 91 

Fifth 
" Edward, clerk (33 Summer, B.), 

house 5 Chestnut Park 
" John, stone cutter (B), h. 91 Fifth 
!ounty Commissioners office, Court House, 

Third 
" Treasurers office, Court House, 

Third 
'oursey Mary, widow of Thomas, house 

22 Decatur 
!ourtney Daniel, at Boston Bridge Works 

bds. Thomas Courtney's, Eighth 
" David, hostler Boston Ice Co., house 

at Charleston n 



! Courtney David, machinist (B.), bds. 
Thomas Courtney's, Eighth 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 189 Spruce 
" Thomas, city laborer, house rear 

Eighth, near Spring 
" William J., brush maker (132 Oliver 
B.), h. 174 Cambridge 
Coutts James A., traveling agent (B.), h. 

15 School 
Couture Joseph, brick maker, h. Clifton 
Coveney Frank, clothing oiler, Thorndike, 
between First and Second, b. 253 
Cambridge 
" Hannah Mrs., dressmaker, 12 Winter 
h. do. [h. 184 Bridge 

" Jeremiah, watchman B. & M. R. R., 
" Jeremiah W., auctioneer, etc., 78 

Cambridge, h. 44 Second 
" John, switchman B. & L. R. R. , h. 

4 Linehan's block, Third 
" John, teamster, 256 Bridge, house 17 

Winter 
" John W., undertaker, 193£ Camb., 

house 193 do. 
" Joseph, wood carver, house 7 Eighth 
" Michael, lab., b. 192 Bridge 
" William, coat oiler, h. 353 Camb. 
" Wm. J., clerk (179 Broad, B.), house 
34 Somerset [16 Market 

Cowan Bernard, lab., 184 Broadway, house 
" Dennis, rope maker, Montgomery, h. 
Dudley, n. do. [b. 16 Market 

" Henry T., provisions, 217 Broadway, 
" M. Frank, driver Camb. R. R. Co., 

house 128 River 
" Thomas, h. 41 Webster av. 
Coward George, janitor Hilton's block, and 
Manter Hall,h. r. 67 Brattle 
" John, lab. H. U., h. r. 67 Brattle 
Cowdin Angeline B., widow of Levi F., h. 
28 Holyoke 
" Putnam F., dry pressman, b. 28 Hol- 
yoke [Sacramento 
" Sarah A., widow of Robert, house 15 
Cowdrey Willard J., sawyer (61 Haverhill, 

B.), house 72 Hampshire 
Cowen Robert, supt. Boston Woven Hose 
Co., 31 Hamp h re, h. ISOBroadw'y 
Cowing Edward, lab., h. 136 Bridge 

" Jeremiah, engine cleaner, B. & L. R. 
R. round house 
Cowin Frank, driver Chas. River St. Rail- 
way Co. 
Cowles L. "W. Mrs., h. 107 Washington 
Cox Alex P., driver Camb. R. R. Co., h. 
17 Cushing court 
" Anson G. , machinist, 225 Bridge, 

house at Boston 
" Chas. A., painter, 153 Putnam avenue 

house 80 Chestnut 
" Chas. P., pattern maker (153 Essex, 

B.), house 31 Blackstone 
" Christopher, house 34 North 



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non, B. |, bds. 50 Prospect 
" Elisabeth) widow of John, house 4 

Porter 
" Francis A., h. 102 Green 
" Frank, lab., h. 10 Harding 
'• Frederick W., printer, 531 Main, b, 

Prospect 
" Geo. i printer, 681 Main, h. 148 Co- 
lumbia [Prospect 
11 Geo. A., printer. 581 Main, hoards 50 
" George 11., painter, rms. 88 Austin 
'• George II., (504 Main, h. 810 Harvard 
" Hannah, widow of Roger, house 35 

Cowperthwaite 
" Jam s, porter (107 Congress, 13.), h. 
2 Butlers court 

COX J A .TICS, publisher Cambridge 
Press. 581 Main, house 50 Prospect 

(see page 478) 
" Jas. H., printer, 531 Main. h. 9 Front 
•' John A., gardener, b. (JO Holworthy 
" John C., compositor, 531 Main, bds. 

50 Prospect 
11 Owen, gasman, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
" Sarah, widow of Benjamin, house 40 

Holworthy 
" Sylvania Mrs., b. 20 Mellen 
" Thomas B., bookbinder, house 40 

Holworthy 
■« Thos. H., carpenter, h. 140 Columbia 
" Thomas R., printer, 531 Main, b. 50 

Prospect 
" Win., carpenter Camb. R. R. Co., 

Dunster, h. 60 Holworthy 
" Win., lab., b. 112 Hampshire 
•• Wm. F., printer, 531 Main, house 05 

Pearl 
Coy Chas.. machinist, house 111 In man 
" Geo. H., engineer, h. 64 Boylston 
Coye Ella E. Miss, teacher Riverside prim- 
ary school, b. Ill Inman 
" E. Everett, foreman, 221 Bridge, bds 

15 Wallace [Wallace 

" Wm. J., furrier (130 Milk. B.), h. 15 

Coyle Andrew, teamster, Willard's wharf 

(Brighton), b. 48 Boylston 
" James, teamster (126 Atlantic avenue 

B.), h. 317 Cambridge 
" John, teamster, Willard's wharf, b. 

50 Boylston 
" Terrence, lab., h. 85 Bolton 
14 Timothv, grocer, 111 Cushing, house 

100 do. 
Coyne James, currier, h. 43 Harvey 
" John, currier, Dudley, h. 10 Reed 
" Lawrence F., book-keeper (48 Frank- 
lin, B.), houre Hotel Inman 
" William, tinsmith, Third, cor. Potter 

house 54 Amory [Broadw'y 

Crabtree Dana, lab., 3 Hampshire, b. 187 
Crafts Arthur C, tinman, 153 Putnam ave. 

house 88 Banks 



Crafts Ernest A., silver gilder 16 Chardon, 
B. ), house 21 Decatnr 
" John I,., salesman, 486 Hanrard 

4 I Mt. Auburn 
" Miirv K.. widow of Georgi 

r. 1 1 - Magaeine 
" Preston C, painter B & L. R. ft. 

whop, house at Chas'n 
rragiu Geo., lab., bds. 2 Jefferson 
•' John P. Mrs., Ii. 2 Jefferson 
" Edwin P., elk. P. O., 611 Main. bda. 

28 William 
" Henry A., machinist, 72 Main, h. 289 

" Robert, horse dealer. Ii. 68 Holworthy 
" Robert jr., caaemaker, 105 Magazine 

house 18 Walnut Ct. 
11 Thomas A., horse dealer, hoards g| 

Holworthy 
Craig Wm. G., carpenter, h. 11 Holly a\p. 
•• Wm. J., carpenter, h. 458 Cambridge 
" Wm. J., printer, 10 Dunster, hi 

Locust 
" Wm. L., engineer (162 Columbus 

av., B.) ; h. 2 Burrage blk.. Bristol 
Cram Chas. N., foreman of action makers. 

113 Broadway, h. 16 Pleasant pi. 
" George, paper hanger, bds. 223 Green 
" George W., h. 83 Prospect 
" Henry B., treas. Bernstein Electric 

Light Mnfg. Co., (64 Equitable 

bldg., B.). b. 83 Prospect 
Cramp James, machinist, 05 .Putnam av.. 

house at Boston 
Cranch Caroline A. Miss, artist, 27 Ellery, 

bds. do. [do. 

" Christopher P., artist. 27 Ellery. h. 

Crandall Edwin A. , teamster, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 183 Cambridge 
" Herbert T., brakeman, B. & L. R. 

R., bds. 80 Thorndike 
" J. Lyman, foreman (10 Custom 

House, B.), h. 89 Thorndike 
Crane Charles F., driver, 15 River, bds. 

17 do. 
" Edward F., boot maker. Araer. Rub- 
ber Co., house 36 Harvard 
" Frank H.. clerk. 153 Putnam avenue. 

rooms 58 Magazine 
" George I., baker. 010 Main and 15 

River, h. 17 do. 
" Julia A. Miss, teacher. Webster 

grammar school, bds. 17 River 
" Luther, nailer, 3 Hampshire, h. 21 

Pine 
Crapps Frank, laborer, 130 Gore 
Crawford Charles bookbinder, h. Hotel 

Clark 
" Daniel, plumbers' helper, 500£ Main. 

bds. at Boston 
" Hatch, cabinet maker, 162 Broadway. 

house 60 Moore 
" James (Clark & Crawford), plumber. 

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Jrawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.) ,plumb* 
er, 599£ Main and(Hawkes& Craw- 
ford) (50 Howard. Boston), h. 96 
Allston 
44 John W. , carver, Memorial Hall,rms. 
9 Baldwin court [way 

" Julia, widow of Charles, h. 12Appian 
" Sarah, widow of John, h. 49 Harvard 
dreamer J. W., tinsmith, 502 Maiu 
?rean Peter, fruit peddler, h. 159 Columbia 
"reed Charles H., salesman (87 Court, B.), 
house Hotel Brooks 
" Jos., brass-moulder, h. r. 103 Spring 
>eeden Patrick, laborer, h. 171 Winsor 
>eedon Dennis J., clerk, 43 Gore, bds. 
165 Otis 
" James, teamster, h. 165 Otis 
>eelman Henry W., carriage maker (B.), 
h. 439£ Cambridge 
44 John D., carpenter, bds. 439£ Cam- 
bridge 
2reighton Fred W. , book-keeper (B.), h. 
53 Columbia 
" Hubbard, clerk (2 State, B.), bds. 

149 Washington 
" Mary Anna, widow of Thomas, at N. 
E. Glass Works, house 210 Bridge 
" Patrick, laborer, 206 Broadway 
" Wm., compositor, (25 Wash.,B.),h. 

149 Washington 
" Win. E., cutter, N. E. Glass Works, 
bds. 210 Bridge 
Cressey Henry E., house 70 Webster ay. 
Cribbie Charles, cooper, 169 Gore, rooms 
42 Pifth 
" Wm., cooper, 169 Gore,rms. 42 Pifth 
Crimmings Julia P., grocer, 18 School, h. 
do. [Kinnaird 

Crimmins Catherine, widow of John, h. 44 
" Daniel, cooper, Ninth, cor. Spring, 

rooms 86 Cambridge 
'* Jeremiah, moulder, Pelham, h. at 
Boston [9 Pifth 

" John, packer, Amer. Rubber Co., b. 
Critchelon Melissa, widow, h. rear 1 Nor- 
folk court 
Critchett Charles E., traveling salesman 

(B.), h. 1 Sceva place 
Croak Michael, stone-cutter, J. Collins', 

Ayer's wharf, house 19 Vine 
Crocker Elvira K., widow of Phineas A., 
house 273 North avenue 
" George W., proof-rea er (24 Frank- 

lin, B.), house 95 Inman 

" Grace D. Miss, music teacher, h. 2 

William [18 Erie 

" John C, die maker, 168 Pleasant, h. 

" John D., colorer and whitener, 10 

Central sq., house 2 William 
" John F. , wholesale grocer (84 and 

86 N. Market, B.), h. 23 Inman 
" John M., physician, 100 Prospect, h. 

do. 
44 John S., 414 Cambridge, b. 5 Bristol 



CROCKER JOHN W., plasterer 
and stucco worker, 10 Central square 

house 2 William (see p. 475) 
44 Nehemiah D., watchman, 162 Broad- 
way, house 259 Putnam avenue 
44 Sarah, widow, h. 88 Spring [av. 

11 W. L., 162 Broadway, h. 259 Putnam 
44 W. L., gen. supt. B. & L. R. R.,rms. 

120 Cambridge 
44 Winnif red S., widow of Charles, h. 

5 Bristol 
Crommell Charles Albert, carpenter, house 

36 Howard 
Crompton Isaac, shoemaker, 3 Harvard 

row, house 9 Norfolk 
Cromwell Albert J., clerk, 587 Main. bds. 

36 Howard 
Cronan Daniel, laborer, h. 236 Franklin 
" John, iron worker, h. 23 Antrim 
" Mary A., widow of Michael, h. 68 

Putnam avenue 
" Timothy A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 65 Vine 
Cronin Catherine, widow of Daniel, house 

3 Lechmere place 
44 Catherine, widow, h. 2 Ayer's block, 

Third [block, Third 

" Cornelius, boiler maker, bds. 2 Ayer's 
" David, grocer, 51 Wash., house do. 
44 Cornelius, shade painter, 15 Blanche, 

bds. at Boston 
44 Dennis, laborer, bds. 3 Baldwin ct. 
" Edward P., book-keeper (7 Rich- 
mond. B.), bds. 30 Pearl 
11 Edward J., engineer, 150 Broadway, 

bds. 434 Broadway 
" Ellen Mrs., h. 1 Murdock 
" John, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. First, 

house at Charlestown 
" John, laborer, B. & M. R. R., h. 11 

Short 
44 John, seaman, h. 262 Bridge 
" John M., building mover, house 9 

Walnut court 
" Mary, wid. of Dennis, h. Burns ct. 
44 Mary A., widow of Timothy F., 

dressmaker, 434 Broadway, h. do. 
44 Patrick, laborer, h. 34 Jefferson 
44 Patrick, pedlar, h. 242 Franklin 
• 4 Patrick stone mason, h. 13 Carson 
44 Timothy, stone-cutter, Gore's wharf, 

Third, h. 17 Brown 
44 Timothy D., hackman, (B.) h. 30 

Pearl 
44 pee Cronan, also Cronnan 
Crook George P., h. 9 Remington 
Crooker Susan C. widow of John, house 28 

Prospect [bds. 69 Magazine 

Cropper Robert B., clerk (83 Summer, B.) 

Crosbie John, stucco worker, h. 41 Garden 

Crosby Albert, teamster, bds. 22 Donnell 

4> Alice K., teacher Webster grammar 

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Crosby Austin R., salesman, (Beverly, cor. 

Travers, B. . h. 281 Pear] 
" Frederick, produce (57 V. H. market 

B.), bds. 128 Oxford 
'• George B. (Geo. B. Crosby A Co.)i 

ammonia, Potter and (Rose & 

( Irosby i printers, i"> I Main. h. at W. 
" George E. & Co. (Geo. B. Crosby), 

ammonia and druggists supplies, 

Potter, order box, 91 Broadway 

Medford 
" Joseph T., painter, h. 22 Wallace 
" Melvin R., compositor, b. 74 Allston 
" Michael, laborer, h 243 Franklin 
" Othni, h. 281 Pearl 
11 Peter, brushmaker, 124 Harvard, h. 

r. 15 Pine 
" Thomas, brushmaker, 124 Harvard • 

CROSBY SYLVESTER S., 
watchmaker (45 Winter, B.), h. 21 
Sacramento (see map) 
" Thomas, gasman, h. 3 Grant 
" Warren L., machinist (15 Chardon, 
B.) boards 22 Wallace 
Croscombe Morley G., apothecary, 96 

Pleasant, h. 94 do. 
Cross Carleton, peddler, house 29 Gore 
" Edwin S., provisions (Chambers, cor. 

Green. B.), h. 66 Winter 
" Franklin, Shaker beer salesman, bds. 

120 Spring 
" George P., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 1 Percy pi. 
" Henry, at Riverside Press, bds. 10 

Dunster 
" Henry S., fruit dealer, h. 120 Spring 
" Joseph, h. 63 Pleasant 
" Nancy H., widow of Timothy, h. 77 

Main 
" Phebe Mrs., nurse, h. 21 William 
Crossman Chas. T., machinist (576 Wash. 
B.),bds. 28 Jay 
" E. R., rooms 52^ Green 
" Frederick D., painter, 460 Main, bds. 

28 Jay 
" Nancy, wid. of Lloyd, h. 28 Jay 
" Whelden, printer, bds. 76 Harvard 
Croswell James G , asst. prof, in Greek 
and latin H. U. , h. 19 Ash 
" Simon G., lawyer, (40 Water, 
room 55, B.), h. 19 Ash 
Crothers Andrew L., clerk, Lunt & Hardy 
Inman sq. , rooms do. 
" Charles E., salesman, 168 Gore, h. 

22 Fifth 
" Frederick A., clerk, b. 87 Vine 
" George E., tin peddler, b. 87 Vine 
" Wm. J., tin peddler, h. 87 Vine 
" Wm. J. Jr., clerk, 186 Cambridge, h. | 
59 Spring 
Crow Ida Miss, at Am. Net and Twine Co., 
h. 80 Fifth 
" Michael B., asst. in sausage room, 
169 Gore 



Trow Smith, watchman, X. E. Dredging 

Co. S. Boston;, bds. B0 Fifth 
Crowdis Jackson G.,asst. engineer, pump- 
ing station Worthington, house t 
Saville 
Crowe Joanna wid. of Win., h. 100 Dublin 
" John, pot maker's helper N. E. 

Works, North 
" Joseph, saw filer, h. Ill Main 
" Patrick, laborer, bds. LOO Dublin 
Crowell Charles A., safcmaker, J 7 .Main, 
h. at Boston 
" Geo. E.. trav. salesman, 12 Elm, rms. 

275 Broadway 
" Herbert E., action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, bds. 39 Ash 
11 LucyE., Mrs., dressmaker, 32 Green 

h. do. 
" Thomas Henry, machinist (86 Bev- 
erly, B.), bds. 39 Ash 
" Thomas Howes, foreman C. G. L. Co. 

424 Harvard, h. 39 Ash 
" Timothy, lumber (9 India, B.) ; house 

34 Prospect 
" Wm. H., machinist, b. 20 Cottage 
Crowley Alexander mill hand, Am. Rubber 
Co. 
" Betsey, widow, h. 113 Third 
" Charles, h. 1 15 Tremont 
" Cornelius, laborer (6 Custom House, 

B.), h. 46 Winter 
" Cornelius, switchman B. & L. R. R., 

house 70 Spring 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 93 Third 
" Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 46 

Winter 
" Daniel J., blower. N. E. Glass Works 

h. 94 Fourth 
" David, h. 8 Short 
" David, teamster, 71 Main, house 67 

Moore 
" Dennis, 502 Main. bds. 70 Spring 
" Dennis, laborer. Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 36 North 
" Dennis J., compositor University 

Press, h. 2 South 
" D. Ambrose, advtg. agent " Tribune " 

3 Linden, h. at Boston 
" Edward F., core maker, Third, cor. 

Bent, h. at Charlestown 
" Ellen, wid. of John H., h. 95 Fif h 
" Florence, lab. Revere Sugar Refinery 

house 25k Gore 
" Florence A., teamster (B) house 45 

Charles 
" James, laborer (B.), h. 163 Spring 
'• James, mill hand. Am. Rubl)er Co., 

b. 34 Hampshire 
'• James J., clerk, b. 5 Conlon's ct. 
'* Jeremiah, coachman, h. 37 Vine 
" Jeremiah, foreman of cellar, 169 Gore 

house 74 Spring 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. Margaret Crow- 
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Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker, h. 223 

Franklin 
" Jeremiah, teamster, 211 Bridge, bds. 

27 Gore 
" Jeremiah J., upholsterer, 225 Bridge, 

h. at Charlestown [Vine 

" John, planer, 162 Broadway, h. 98 
" John J., b. 45 Charles 
" Kearan F., book-binder, Riverside 

Press, h. 6 DeW If 
" Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, house 

Jackson, near Spruce 
" Martin, bootmaker, Am. Rubber Co., 

boards 15 Washington 
" Mary L. Miss, dry and fancy goods, 

109 Fourth, h. 70 Spring 
" Michael, boot maker, Am. Rubber 

Co., Potter 
: ' Michael, wheelwright, h. 52 Fairmont 
" Michael J., 153 Putnam av., house 5 

Stinson ct. 
" Patrick, grocer, 52 Broadway, h. do. 
" Patrick, gardener, 10 Linden, b. do. 
" Patrick, gardener, b. 32 Winthrop 
" Patrick, mill hand, Am. Rubber Co., 

b. 3-1 Hampshire 
" Patrick J., machinist, h. 102 Inman 
" Patrick J., molder, h. Marsh court 
'' Peter, baker, 215 Cambridge 
" Timothy, coal and wood, 34 Gore, h. 

27 do. 
" Timothy, cooper, Sixth, c. Potter, b. 

151 Otis 
" Timothy J., teamster, 34 Gore, b. 27 

Gore 
" William A., compositor, University 

Press, boards 2 South 
Crowther Wm., stone cutter, 10 Bridge, h. 

at Boston [h. do. 

Crozier Christopher J., painter, 6 Lopez, 
Cruikshank Geo., roller, 126 Portland, h. 

56 Webster avenae 
Crump Wm. H. , painter, h. 61 Market 
Crystal Patrick, tanner, h. 42 Montgomery 
Cuddehy Annie S. Miss, dressmaker, 70 

Camb., house do. [Columbia 

Cuddy Bridget, widow of John, house 157 

" Edw., sawyer, 139 Broadway, b. 157 

Columbia [Columbia 

" Thomas, liquors, 19 Lincoln, b. 157 

Cuenin Julius J., silver plater (B.), h. 209 

Franklin [h. Brookllne 

Cugozzi John, fruit, etc., Main, opp. Pearl, 
Culhane Bridget Mrs., liquors, 321 Cam- 
bridge house do. 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 49 Flagg 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 9 Foster place 
" Daniel F., marble worker, boards 9 

Foster place 
" Edward, foreman, 386 Main, h. 390 

Main 
" Edward J., hostler, b. 9 Foster place 
" Garrett T. J. , clerk (33 Summer, B.; 

house 164 Norfolk 



Culhane James, laborer, b. 18 Hancock 
" James, laborer, Gas Works, Third, 

h. 36 Banks 
" James J., laborer, b. 13 Flagg 
" John, hostler, 120 Green, boards 19 

Bay 
" John T., laborer, Gas Works, Third, 

house 18 Flagg 
" John W., teamster, h. 164 Norfolk 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 257 Franklin 
" Michael, laborer, h. 19 Bay 
" Michael, laborer, h 49 Flagg 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 19 Bay 
" Patrick, liquors, 25 Flagg, h. 13 do. 
•' Wm. H., clerk, 25 Flagg, b. 13 do. 
Cullen John F., wood carver, O is, corner 
First, house at Bosten 
" John J., machine hand, 152 Broadway 

house rear 29 Harvard 
" John P., provisions (113 Camb., B.), 

house 102 Columbia 
" Thomas F., broker (68 Thornton, B.) 
house 34 Putnam avenue 
Cullilan Bartholemew, laborer, B. & M. R. 

R., boards 25 Gore 
Culliton Bernard, cooper, b. 21 Willow 
" James, barrel dealer, 21 Willow, 

house do. 
" James, Jr., laborer, b. 21 Willow 
" John, fermenter, Sortwell & Co., 
Distillhouse, h. 417J Cambridge 
Cullity Hanora, widow, h. 2 Jefferson 
" Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 2 
Jefferson 
Culverwell Mary A. Mrs., h. 6 Cottage ct. 
'• Thomas, trav. salesman, boards 6 
Cottage court [tage ct. 

" Wm., machinist, 92 Main, h. 6 Cot- 
Cumings Arthur T., clerk, 147 North av., 
house at Somerville 
" Cecil H., trav. salesman (Chauncy, 

B.), boards 135 Oxford 
" Chas. H., clerk (27 Winter, B.), h. 
135 Oxford 
Cummings Arthur M., asst. editor, Kaleido- 
scope, 642 Main, rooms 20 College 
Hall [Brookline 

Bernard, tailor, 551 Main, boards 10 
Chas. Franklin, clerk (451 Wash., 

B.), b. 2 Oak 
Chas. F., printer (171 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 12 Appian Way 
Chas. H., flour (26 Commerce, B.), 

h. 714 Main 
Chas. P., printer, Riverside Press, 

house 154 Green 
Chas. P., salesman (53 Franklin, B.), 

boards 82 Otis 
Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cummings), 

charcoal, 103 Bridge, h. 82 Otis 
Dennis, spring grinder, 12 Gore, b. 

Mansion Heuse 
Dorcas H., widow of Joseph, boards 
41 Western avenue 



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Cummings Emory, clerk (B.),b. I Orchard 
" Geo., iron worker, Boston Bridge 
Works, Sixth, h. at Bas1 Boston 

" Geo. K., hairdresser. 27 Fifth, rooms 

55 Washington 
" Harriet E. Mrs., nurse, h. 14 Shepard 
" James, teamster, John Heardon & 

Sons. h. rear 9 Hamilton 
" James, trimmer, 169 Gore, hoards r. 

15 Seventh 
" James H., baggage-master E. R. R., 

(^Kast Somerville), h. 2 Oak 
" James F., iron worker Boston Bridge 

Works, house rear 68 Gore 
" James M., house 2 Oak 
" John, laborer Cambridge Water 

Works, house 82 Auburn 
" Kenney & Co. (Nathaniel Cammings, 
John Kenney and Robert W. Mc- 
N.ineh), lumber 22 Bridge, opposite 
Prison Point 
" Mary F., widow of Calvin, house 12 

Appian way 
" Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney & 
Co.), lumber, 22 Bridge, house at 
Boston 
" Prentiss, president Camb. R. R. Co., 

3 Harvard sq., h. at Brookline 
" Richard J. J., compositor Riverside 

Press, bds. 154 Green 
" Theron J., intelligence office (1 

Camb., B.), h. 37 Trowbridge 
" Thomas, marble cutter (B), house 

44 Bolton 
" William F., clerk (30 Summer, B.), 

boards 12 Appian way 
" William H., conductor Chas. River 

St. R'y Co., h. 39 Tremont 
" W. J., conductor Camb. R. R. Co. 
" see Comings 
Cummiskey Michael, boots and shoes (58 
Merrimac, B.), h. 178 Camb. 
" Thomas, painter, b. 115 Elm 
Cunard Arthur N., skate repairer Prospect 
Skating Academy, h. 50 Sidney 
" Susan, widow, h. 50 Sidney 
" S. L., conductor Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Thomas L., sand paperer, 162 Broad- 
way, house 50 Sidney 
Cunio Anthony, dining-room (19 School, 
B.), house 16 Pleaeant 
" John A., special police, b. 16 Pleasant 
Cunningham Bridget Mrs., h. 32 Harvard 
" Dennis F., conductor Camb. R. R. 

Co., boards 145 Franklin 
" Edward, driver Boston Ice Co., Prison 

Point, house at Charlestown 
" Edward H., horse dealer 78 Holworthy 
house do. [Franklin 

" Ellen, widow of James, house 145 
'• Frank, laborer, h. 72 Hastings 
" Fred L., trav. salesman (136 State, 

B.), boards 31 Essex 
" James, pian.) regulator, 284 Main 



Cunniugham James, wood turner, 113 
Broadway, hoase i"» I fnion 

" Jeremiah, iron moulder, 

house 2.5 Harrison 
" James T.. Btereotyper, 1». I 1"> Franklin 
" Johanna, widow of Patrick, oOUSC 

176 Franklin 1 >udl<-v 

" John, cellar man 19 Frank, boards 1 
" John, laborer, h. '•'>'! Harvard 
" John A., pressman Is 1'. O. sq., B. 

boards 1 15 Franklin 
" John F., upholsterer 25 Brattle, hoards 

at Boston 
" J. E., driver (has. R. St. R'y Co., 
" Kate Miss, house 325 Cambridge 
" Michael, laborer, h. 194 Dublin 
11 Patrick, hostler 22 Brattle, b. do. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. <i:> Concord ave. 
" Philip, city laborer, h. r. 53 \ r ine 
" Robert, carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

house 81 do. 
" Thomas, boiler maker 92 Main, house 

5 Baldwin place 
" Thomas E., physician, 518 Main, 

h. dj., after June 1886, Main, cor 

Clinton 
" Wm J., sub carrier P. 0., 611 Main, 

boards 145 Franklin 
" W., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
Cunnington Henry J., baker, 502 Main, 

boards 5 1 Pleasant 
" "Wm. R., baker, boards 51 Pleasant 
Cupples Victor W., pressman, h. 31 Frank- 
lin [Hampshire 
Curley George, baker 151 Harvard, house 
" John J., pressman Riverside Press, 

boards 34 Fairmont 
" Lizzie A. Miss, dressmaker, boards 

22 Donnell 
" Patrick J., contractor, h. 22 Donnell 
" see Kirley [do. 

Curling John, coachman 26 North av., bds. 
Curran Bridget Mrs., h. 24 Willow 

" Catherine, widow of Philip, house 

11 Eliot 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 39 Hunting 
" Dennis, wood and coal 323 Camb., 

boards 39 Hunting 
" Geo., coffee peddler, house 4 Line- 
ban's block. Third 
" James, painter, h. 79 Boylston 
" John, laborer, h. 3 r. 18 Sparks 
" John, teamster, bds. 84 Third 
" John F., peddler, h. 34 Willow 
" John F\, pressman University Press. 

house 48 Sacramento 
" Joseph M., box maker. First, corner 

Thorndike. h. 171 The rndike 
" Margaret, widow, h. '.) Carson 
" Michael, ])eddler, h. 39 Hunting 
" Peter, cooper, h. 6 Hunting 
Currell Willis J., elevator builder (49 Pur- 
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Currie Abram Y. (Poore & Currie), car- 
penter, State, cor. Osborn, house 
18 Trowbridge 
" Annie Miss, b. r. 23 Fifth 
" Elizabeth F., widow, h. r. 57 Sixth 
" Henry C, manager (Cent. Tea Co., 

Chas'n), rms. r. 23 Fifth 
" John C, sawyer First, cor. Thorn- 
dike, house 113 Charles 
" Joseph, shoemaker 192 Bridge, h. do. 
" Lionel R., wood turner 380 Main, 

bde. 57 Sixth 
" Llewellyn, spring bed maker 386 

Main, bds. 57 Sixth 
" Willard A., D. D. S., dentist 613 

Main, h. do. 
" see Curry 
Currier Albert, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 
North, h. at Somerville 
" Albert Rev., rooms 56 Fourth 
" Arthur T., book-binder (30 Franklin, 

B.), h. 127 Auburn 
" A. A. Mrs., h. 70 Prospect 
" Francis E., carpenter and builder 20 

Orchard, h. do 
" George, organ maker (B), h. 1 Green 
" Maria W. Mrs., matron Kindergarten 

Nursery 76 Moore, bds. do. 
" Sarah J. Mrs., bds. 471 Broadway 
« William E., clerk (P. 0., B.),h. 61 

Pearl 
" Wm. P., h. 74 Pearl [>hop 

Currill Joseph, laborer, B. & L. R. R. 
Curry Edward, butcher, h. 198 Camb. 
" James, harness maker, 2 Camb., h. 

48 Fifth 
" John, granite cutter, A. McDonald, 
Mt. Auburn, b. Wm. Curry's, Mc- 
Donald 
" Susan, widow of Samuel, b. 94 Put- 
nam avenue 
" Wm., blacksmith, A. McDonald, Mt. 
Auburn, h. McDonald 
Curry, see Currie 

Curtin Cornelius, laborer, h. 17 dishing 

" Edward, laborer, 169 Gore, h. r. 47 

Vine [Camb. 

" James, coal shoveler, 84 Bridge, h. 8 

" Jeremiah, laborer, T. S. Hittinger, 

b. C. O'Connell's, Fresh Pond 
" John, driver Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., b. 

8 Lopez 
" John, laborer Mt. Auburn cemeterv, 

b. 104 Cushing 
" John, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 
" Michael, teamster, 84 Bridge, house 

8 Camb. 
" Patrick, gardener, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. 104 Cushing 
'• Patrick, machinist (B.),h. 13 Valen- 
tine 
" Thomas C, saloon, 75 Spruce, b. do. 
" Wm., laborer, h. 75 Spruce 



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and contractor, basement, 216 North 

avenue, h. 8 Avon hill (see p. 484) 
" Asbury C, grocer, 437 Camb., house 

43 T i do. [from Spruce 

" Charles, carpenter, h. Groveland, 2d 
" Charles H., clerk (150 Franklin, B.), 

h. 107 Ellery 
" Francis J., blower N. E. Glass Works, 

h. 20 Fourth [do. 

" Frank A., clerk, 437 Camb., b. 437£ 
" Frank L., teamster (60 Purchase, 

B,), h. 28 Eighth 
" Fred F., teamster (52 Charles. B.), 

h. 225 Broadway 
" George L., carpenter, State, c. Os- 
born, h. at Boston 
" Hannah, wid. of Thos., h. 20 Fourth 
" Horace S., painter, 604 Main, h. 16 

Warland 
" James H., glassmaker (So. Boston), 

boards 21 Fifth 
" John B., glassmaker (S.B.),h. 21 Fifth 
" Lafayette, stair bldr.,b. Hotel Clark 
" Theodore L. (Carle & Curtis), stair- 
builder. State, c. Osborn, house at 

Somerville 
" Thomas, mason's tender (B.), h. 24 

Carson 
" Thomas M. detective (27 Doane,B.), 

h. 6 Acorn 

COURTIS T, WL. & CO., detectives 
J (27 Doane, rooms 13 and 14, B.) (see 

p. 504) 
" Wi'liam, blacksmith, b. 58 Columbia 
" William W., manager Lake Auburn 

Mineral Spring Water (63 Court, 

B.),h. 30 Hubbard ave. 
" Willis C, clerk (Bromfield, B.), b. 

30 Hubbard ave. 
Cushing Charles C, b. 18 Wendell 

" Clarence H:, laborer, 127 Portland, 

h. 10 Berkshire pi. 
" E. P., teamster Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Fred E., bds. 45 Sacramento 
" George, tailor (37 Temple pi., B.),h. 

59 Frost 
" Georsre W , printer (138 High, B.), 

b. 18 Wendell 
,, Henry E., laborer, h. Rolling mill 

blk. , Bristol 
" Henry G. , sheriff of Middlesex County 

office Court House, Third, house at 

Lowell [Somerville 

" Jarvis, carpenter B. & L. Li. R., h. at 
" Joseph (J. Cushing & Co.), grain, 

Regent, h. at Fitchburg 
" J. & Co. (Joseph Cushing), grain, 

F. R. R. freight depot, foot Regent 
" Kate W. Miss, teacher High School 

(E. B.), b. 18 Kendall 
" Orville H., 126 Portland, b. 2 Berk- 
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" Thomas, iron moulder, Pelham, h. at 

Somerville [ <;<; Columbia 

" Wallace, laborer, 126 Portland, h. 
" Win., clergyman, h. 1-s Wendell 
" Win. II., iron roller, 120 Portland, h. 

2 Berkshire 
" , driver Chas.R.St.Ry. Co., b. 157 

Prospect 
" Charles F., clerk (8 Congress, room 

2, B.), h. 9 Wallace 

CUSHMAN BROS. & CO. 
(Charles II. and Fred II. Cushman), 

window shades and curtain fixture 

mnfrs., 368 Main and (Philip F. 

Murphy), shade mnfrs,, Blanche, 

cor. Green and (84 Hawley, B.) 

(see T). 6) 
Cushman Charles A., student, H. U.,h. 801 

Main 
" Charles H, (Cushman Bros. & Co.), 

curtain fixture mnfrs., 368 Main, 

and (84 Hawley, B.), h. Hurlburt 

av., c. Martin 
" Edith W. Miss, h. 801 Main 
" Emma Miss, b. 7 Austin 
" Fannie H., Avidow of Simeon, h. 7 

Austin 
" Fred H. (Cushman Bros. & Co.), 

window shade mnfrs., 368 Main 

and (84 Hawley, B.), b. 28 Han- 
cock, Boston 
" George W., gents' furnishing g^ods 

(9 Court, B.), h. 48 Concord av. 
" Lilla Miss, telephone operator, 623 

Main,b. 7 Austin 
" Margaret K. , widow of Elkanah A., 

h. 48 Concord av. 
" Moses E., real estate (209 Wash., 

room 10, B.), h. 339 Broadway 
" Ruf us C, sugar broker (36 Central, 

B.), h. Hurlburt, cor. Main 
,, Susan E., widow of Cephas, h. 9 

Wallace [b. 25 Wyeth 

" T. Alvah, driver, 180 North avenue, 
" Wm. A., clerk (177 Salem, B.), bds. 

7 Austin [Banks 

Cusick John, painter, 109 Franklin, bds. 9 
" Sarah Miss, house 9 Banks 
" Thomas, harnessmaker (B.), bds. 8 

Water 
Cusilito Felix, cabinet maker Woodbury 

bldg. , Otis, h. at Boston 
Custer Fred, carriage trimmer, r. 10 Brat- 
tle, b. 45 Wright 
Cutchey Henry, hos>tler, h. 4 Dailey alley 
Cutler Annie C., teacher of painting, bds. 

723 Cambridge 
" Chas. H., letter carrier, Camb. P. 0., 

7 Harvard row, h. 99 Garden 
" Curtis Mrs., h. 14 Kirkland place 
" Edward H., com. mer. (69 Commerce 

B.), house 12 Arlington 



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Cutler Edwin B. 

A ut)iirn 
- 1 Esther W., widow of Charles, h. 

Putnam arenue 
" Frank ('.. box nailer, 3 Hampshire, 

h. at Allston 
" George, jobber, h. 6 Flagg court 
" George Henry, carpenter, r. 7 Sum- 
ner, h. Crescent, lit on right from 

Oxford 
" George Ilolbrook, letter carrier'!'. 

O., B.), b. G. H. Cutler's. Crescent 
" Isaac Mrs., house 7 Sumner 
" James E.. com. mer. (69 Commerce. 

B.), h. 40 Arlington 
" Joseph G., civil engineer, house 12?, 

Cambridge 
£t Sarah B. Miss, h. 723 Cambridge 
" Virgil M., carpenter, h. 83£ Putnam 

avenue 
" W. James, clerk (69 Commerce, B.j, 

bds. 40 Arlington 
" Wm. P., salesman (133 Summer. 

B.), house 8 llice 
Cutten Theodore H. jr., foreman Sort well 

& Co., Distillhouse, bds. 107 Inman 
Cutter Charles H., engineer, A. H. Hews 

6 Co., h. Crescent av. , opp. pottery 
" Charles S., clerk (71 Bedford, B.). 

bds. 42 Austin 
Emma L. Miss, bds. 7 Hancock pi. 
E. J. Mrs., nurse, h. 42 Austin 
Frank L., painter, B. & A. R. R.. 

(Allston), bds. 22 Cherry 
Frederick S., school supply agent, 

office Central Sqaare bldg. , Western 

avenue, bds. 273 Harvard 
George H., cutter (6 Chauncy, B.), 

house 7 Hancock place 
Harry E., dentist, 432 Harvard, bds. 

273 do. [35 Linna^an 

Henry O., clerk (5 Tremont, B.), b. 
James H. (James H. Cutter & Co.). 

ice tool mnfr. , h. 164 North av. 
James H. & Co. (James H. Cutter), 

ice tool mnfrs., 168 North av. ■ 
Laura J. , widow of George W., h. 

7 Hancock place 
Leander, varnisher, B. & A. R. R., 

(Allston), house 22 Cherry 
Louisa, widow of Abel R., house 273 

Harvard 
Mary J., widow of Peter, h. 50 River 
Richard E.. painter. B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house at Somerville 
Stephen B., carpenter, h. 42 Austin 
Walter, letter-carrier, P. O., .611 
Main, house o'fih do. 
Watson G. (J. Winnett & Co.), real 

estate. 623 Main and (5 Tremont. 

B.), house 35 Linna?an 
Wm. H., clerk. Main, bds. 22 Cherry 
Cutting Charles II.. fish etc.. 359 Main, h. 

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Cutting Dora Mrs., h. rear 161 Broadway 
" Edwin A., traveling salesman (61 

Oliver, Boston), bds. 63 Magazine 
" Eliza M., widow of Hiram, house 736 
Main [do. 

" George A., clerk, 359 Main, rms. 471 
" Gilbert, piano tuner, h. 23 Warland 
" Gilbert E., piano tuner, h. 23 War- 
land 
" Henry, clerk, 359 Main, h. rear 52 
Winsor [Storv 

" Hiram McL., clerk 9 Brattle, bds. 1*6 
" Hiram S., clerk, 610 Main, bds. 144 

Austin 
" Louis W., book-keeper, 153 Putnam 

avenue, bds. 736 Main 
" Samuel H., clerk, bds. 144 Austin 
" Walter, clerk, B. & L. R. R. freight 
office, Prison Point, h. at Boston 
Cyr Ellen M., teacher, Holmes primary 
school, bds. 15 Shepard 
" Lucy E. Miss, teacher, Lowell pri- 
mary, school, bds. 15 Shepard 



laborer, 169 Gore, h. 
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DACEY DANIEL, 
14 McCabe 
11 Patrick J. Mrs 

Fourth 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 80^ Green 
Dacie Julia Mrs., variety store, 12 Short, 

house do 
F" Wm., laborer, 84 Bridge, h. 12 Short 
Dadman Charles R., lumber inspector, iS 
N* r:*2$ Broadway, bds. 59 do. 
Daggett Freeman L. Mrs., h. 51 Essex 
Dagle Andrew, sand paperer, Otis, corner 
First, h. at Boston 
" Michael J., sawyer, Otis, cor. First, 
bds. at Boston 
Daheney Thomas L. Mrs., dressmaker, 99 

Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Dahl Henry S. (Wm. Quirin & Co.), 
tanner and currier Tannery, h. at 
Boston 
" see Dall [193 do. 

Dahlstrom Frank L., painter, 17 Main, h. 
Dahn Herman, varnisher, Second, corner 
Thorndike [Main 

Dahol Axel, machinist, h. Rogers blk. , 
Dailey Charles, expressman, h. 49 Willow 
" Charles W. , hack, livery and board- 
ing stable, 43 Cambridge, house 107 
Otis 
" Clara A. Miss, h. 31 Inman 
" Dennis M., Carpenter h. 169 Norfolk 
" Hugh, driver, Cambridge R. R. Co., 

bds. 125 Pearl 
" Michael J., driver, Camb. R. R. Co., 

house 125 Pearl 
*' Patrick, engine cleaner, B. & L 

R. round horn e 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 28 Harvard 
" Thomas J., peddler, h. 48 Pine 



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Dailey Wm., teamster, 345 North av., h. 

Spruce, cor. Jackson 
Daily Alice L., teacher, Putnam grammar 
school, bds. 77 Thorndike 
" Clarence E., clerk (B.), b. 77 Thorn- 
dike 
" Crimson (The) Lyceum building, 

Harvard square 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 360 Broadway 
" Eugene J., porter (B.), h. Hawkins 

block, Charles 
" George E., clothing oiler, Thorndike 
between First and Second, bds. Jas. 
J. Daily's, Charles 
" James J., oil hat maker, Thorndike, 
between First and Second, house 
Charles, east of Third 
" Jeremiah, laborer, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, bds. 83 Bridge 
" Jeremiah, labor -r, house 49 Amory 
" John, clothing oiler, Thorndike, bet. 
First and Second, boards Jas. J. 
Daily's, Charles [Washington 

" Martin, cutter Am. R. Co., rooms 86 
" Mary A. E. Miss, h. 25 Harvey 
" Owen, laborer, h. 42 Vine 
" Uriah J., house 77 Thorndike 
" William H., boiler maker, 92 Main 

h. 42 Vine 
" see Dailey, Daley, also Daly 
Dairy William, printer, bds. 47 William 
Daisy Edward, potter, h. 9 Lawrence 
" Edward J., sawyer, h. 9 Lawrence 
" Joseph L., planer, bds. 9 Lawrence 
" Thomas H., carpenter, h. 80^ Gre«n 
Dakin Arthur, armorer, Boylston Hall (645 
Washington, B.), h. 56 Columbia 
" Bertha M. Miss, copyist, Otis, corner 

Second, bds. 56 Columbia 
" Edgar W., book-keeper (115 State, 

B.), bds 56 Columbia 
" Thomas, tinsmith, 502 Main 
Dale Edward B., engineer, Sever Hall, H. 
U., bds. 64 Gore [Gore 

" George, clerk 124 Cambridge, h. 64 
Dale Georsre H.. h. 87 Plymouth 

" Lorenzo H., driver, hose No. 3, h. 94 

Gore 
" Thomas J., fish market, 124 Camb., h. 

59 Winter 
" William W., watchman (Tremont 
Temple, B.), h. 51 Crescent 
Daley Ann, widow of James, h. 93 Tremont 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 40 Jefferson 
" Daniel, laborer, 221 Bridge 
" Dennis, laborer, bds. 9 Porter 
" Harry, laborer, h. 57 Hampshire 
" Hugh, carpenter, h. Rogers ct. 
" James, laborer, h. 124 Webster ave. 
" James E., painter, bds. 93 Tremont 
" John, laborer, h. 52 Charles 
" John, laborer, h. 45 Banks 
" John, laborer, h. 259 Broadway 



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Daley John P., teamster, L69 (Jon-, housed 
Porter 
" John, rubber worker, i>. 26 Portland 
" John J., gas fitter, h. 68 Broadway 
" John 8., bookbinder Riverside Press 
I). 22 Grant 

" Mary A., widow, li. 55 Fifth 

•' Michael, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 

•• Michael, sawyer, 162 Broadway, h. 
27 Cushing st. ci . 

" Thomas, iron worker, h. 259 Broad- 
way 

" Thomas, teamster (B.), h. 123 Third 

*« William, laborer, h. 8 Jackson 

" William, painter, 460 Main 
Daley, see Dailey, Daily, also Daly 
Dallinger Charles, h. 1)7 Western ave. 

" Elizabeth E. Miss, teacher Bridge 
primary school, h. 750 Main 

" Emily C. Miss, teacher Bridge pri- 
mary school, bds. 97 Western ave. 

•• Frank W., storage (121 Broad, B.), 
h. So In man 

•' William Mrs., h. 85 Inman 

11 Wm. W., city treasurer and collector 
office City Hall, h. 37 Inman 
Dalton Abby W., widow of John R., nurse 
h. 28 Cogswell ave. 

" Andrew, laborer, 181 Broadway, bds. 
GO Webster ave. 

" Bridget, of James, h. 140 Pearl 

" Charles C, foreman, 3G8 Main, rms. 
17 Magazine 

" Christopher, engine cleaner, B. & L. 
R. R. round house, h. 4G Winter 

" Christopher J., call clerk, Adams Ex. 
Co. (B.), bds. 46 Winter 

" Christy, freight car repairer B. & L. 
R. R. shop 

" Elizabeth, wid. of John, b. 120 Pearl 

" Elizabeth A. Miss, millinery, 103 
Cambridge, bds. 17 Squires court 

" Emily G. Miss, milliner, 103 Camb. 
bds. 17 Squires court 

" Frank B., cigar maker, 105 Camb., 
bds. 4G Winter 

11 Harry E., bds. 99 Green 

" James F., foreman of yard, 1G9 Gore 
h. 17 Squire's court 

" Joseph, laborer, 184 Broadway, bds. 
52 do. 

" Mary E.. widow of Joseph, boarding- 
house, G8G Main 

" Michael A., sergeant of police, sta- 
tion 2, h. 99 Green [Wolf pi. 
Daly Augustin J., law student, bds. 3 De- 

" Benjamin, fireman, h. 4 Gray pi. 

" Catherine, widow of John J., h. 105 
Kinnaird 

" Cornelius, pressman, b. 13 Hancock 

" Daniel, mason, bds. 63 Spruce 

11 Daniel Mrs., h. 11 Ninth 

" Daniel W., electrotyper (117 Frank- 
lin, B. ), h. 78 Kinnaird 



Daly F. B., conductor Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

at Brighton 

" II., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 

'■ James H., mason, h. 188 Harvard 
• John, carriage painter, 2:;2 North av. 

bds. 10 Spruce ITBtT^ 

" John, mill hand, Am. Rubber Co., h. 

28 Harvard 
" John B., tinsmith, h. 125 Auburn 
" John E., compositor, bds. 13 Hancock 
" Mary, widow of .lames, h. :;.; Wash- 
ington [bridge, h. do. 

" Michael, hoots and shoes, 410 C m- 

" Michael, laborer, h. 6 Fourth 
" Michael, sawyer. 102 Broadway, bds. 
21 Cushing ct. 

" Michael J. .'driver Camb. Ii. li. Co., 

house 125 Pearl 
" Sarah, widow of Cornelius, house 13 
Hancock [Auburn 

" Sarah B., widow of John J. house 125 
" W. P., driver, Camb. li. Ii. Co. 
" see Dailey, Daley slso Daily 
Dalzell John W., private tutor, h. 18 Ap- 

pian way 
Dam William H., clerk (25 Central wharf, 

B.), house 104 Inman 
Dame Henry, teacher, h. 16 Mellen 
Dammery John, carpenter, h. 115 Western 

avenue 
Damon Emily F. , Miss, teacher Harvard 
grammar schoel, bds. 24 Inman 
" Emma Miss, bds. 108 Norfolk 
" George L., pres. and treas. Damon 
Safe and Iron Works Co., 17 Main 
and (108 and 110 Sudbury B.), h. 
338 Commonwealth ave.. Boston 
" Sarah, widow of Warren, carpet mkr. 
h. 108 Norfolk 
Damon Safe and Iron Works Co., 17 Main, 
(108 and 110 Sudburv, B.) 
" Sally W. wid. of Joel. h. 44 William 
Dana Agnes A. L., wid. of Major, house 62 
Brattle ^ 

" Bridget, dressmaker, 358 Broadway, 

h. do. 
" Charles G., artist (9 Pemb. sq. B.), 

b. 3 Fayerweather 
11 Daniel, packer (3G0 Washington, B.) 

h. 358 Broadway 
" Hill Club Stable,' W. Christie, supt., 

077 Main, corner Inman 
" John B., Mrs., h. 3 Fayerweather 
Danahy John, clerk, G10 Main, house 1G5 
Franklin 
" Mary Mrs., h. 4 Lopez 
Dandrirge Elizabeth M., wid. of James H., 
h. rear 112 Columbia [Spruce 

Danehy Daniel P.. carriage painter, h. 132 
" John, laborer. 250 Bridge, boards 3 

Linehan's block. Third 
" Thomas J., pump-maker, boards 15 

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" Timothv, house 15 Sargent 



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Danehy Timothy, jr. , express, order-box, 
224 North avenue, and (15 Black- 
stone, Boston), bds. 15 Sargent 

" William H., expressman, bds. 15 
Sargent 
Danforth Allen, bursar H. U., rooms 7 
Wadsworth House 

" Andrew J., inside car inspector B. & 
L. li. R., h. at Boston 

44 B. Otis, inspector, Cambridge Gas 
Light Co. , 424- Harvard, h. 8 Bath 

" C. L., cooper Niles Bros. bds. A. B. 
Bunnell's, off Adams 

44 Charles O., stylographic pens (29 
Hawley, B.), bds. 144 Austin 

11 Cyrus, house 9 Linden 

44 George 0-, painter, 5 Palmer, h. 35 
Ash 

44 Isaac W., director Eagle National 
Bank (95 Milk, Boston), house 25 
Craigie 

" James L. , foreman, 5 Palmer, house 
22 Brewer 

" Susan, wid. of Hollis, h. 92 Prospect 

" Vespasian, visitor of the poor, office 
Central Square building, Western 
ave., h- 57 Aubuin 
Daniel C. Julius, compositor, Riverside 
Press, h. 68 Pleasant 

44 Herman G., clerk, 123 Auburn bds. 
68 Pleasant 

44 Julius, compositor h. 68 Pleasant 

44 Natalie A. K. Miss, teacher of Ger- 
man, h. 68 Pleasant 

44 Walter, dry goods, 13 River and 123 
Auburn, bds. 68 Pleasant 
Daniels Arthur W., operator Camb. Fire 
Alarm at City building, Brattle sq., 
bds. 23 Hudson 

44 Badger & Co. (Chas. E. Daniels, 
Wm. C. H. Badger, and Geo. F. 
Tyler), furniture mnfrs., Wood- 
bury's bldg., Otis, salesrooms (25 
Sudbury, Boston) 

44 Carrie J. Miss, employment office 
(43 Winter, B.) bds. 59 Walden 

44 Charles E., (Daniels, Badger & Co.) 
furniture manufacturer, Wood- 
bury's building, Otis, h. at Boston 

44 Daniel, cigar maker, h. 91 Brookline 

44 Eliza C. Miss, dressmaker, h. 11 Jay 

44 Ira T., helper, Fitchburg Railroad 
shop (Chas'n.) h. 173 Cambridge 

44 Lewis E., milk dealer, 8 Perry 

44 Mary E., widow of Leonard L., h. 23 
Hudson 
Danserian Adonis, baker, P. Morse, h. 

Dublin, n. Walden 
Da Ponta John, laborer, 3 Hampshire 

44 Ponta Manuel N. , hairdresser, 167 
Bridge, h. 224 do. 
D'Arcey Geo. W., clerk (B) bds. 15 Wyeth 
D'Arcy John, accountant, h 15 Wyeth 



D'Arcy Patrick H., book-gilder, Riverside 

Press, h. 2 Banks 
44 Wm. J., clerk (B), bds. 15 Wyeth 
44 see Dorsey [do. 

Darcy W. H., binder, Riverside bindery 
Dardis Frank S., clerk, 26£ Banks, bds. 32 

Banks 
44 John, city laborer, h. 32 Banks 
44 John F., furniture-polisher, h. 508 

Cambridge . [193 Hampshire 
44 Thomas B., piano-polisher, house 
Darling Albion, conductor Cambridge Rail- 
way Co., h. 32 Mt. Auburn 
44 Alonzo J., carpenter, h. 173 Elm 
44 Chasles F., book-keeper (228 Cause- 
way, B.) h. Lambert ave., nearly 

opp. Walnut ave. 
44 Charles S., whip mnfr. 112 Main, h. 

at Somerville 
44 F. F., dentist (Court, B.) bds. 203 

Harvard 
44 Frederick H. , law student H. U. , bds. 

105 Lambert ave. 
44 Henry W., stationer (15 Exchange 

B.) house 2 Hancock pi. 
4 4 Jerome A. , pressman, Riverside Press 

h. 79 Allston 
44 John B., student H. U., boards 105 

Lambert ave. 
"• John R., liquors, 171 Bridge, house 

175 do. 
44 Mary F., widow of Chas. K., house 

105 Lambert ave 
44 Wm., whip mnfr., 112 Main, h. do. 
Dasnoit Joseph, boiler-maker, 92 Main, h. 

33 Harvey 
Davenport Albert H., furniture mnfr., 44 

Cambridge, warerooms (96 and 98 

Washington, B.), h. at Maiden 
44 Caroline, widow of Wm. H., bds. 69 

Washington 
44 Charles F., h. 402 Main 
44 Edward A. (Fresh Pond Ice Co.), h. 

27 Maple ave. 
44 Frank, car cleaner (B. &M. R. R.,B.) 

h. rear 8 Gore 
4 ' Henrv C, foreman of machinists B. 

& L. R. R., shop, Bridge, h. at B. 
44 Jerome J., portrait-painter, house 27 

Cambridge 
44 Louisa widow of Chas. F., house 402 

Main 
4% Mar.y A., widow of John, house 255 

North ave. 
44 Robert, harness-maker, 87 Main, h. 

at Boston 
Davey Annie Mrs., h. lllylnman 

44 Charles, reporter (N. Y. Times), h. 

33 Kinnaird [b. 22 Avon 

David Frederick B., packer (104 Pearl, B.) 
44 John, laborer, b. 305 Cambridge 
44 Lizzie W. Miss, music teacher, bds. 

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Davidson Edwin P., carpent r, h. 5C Put- 
nam avenue | North a\ . 

" Hernean, book-keeper (B.), bds. 320 
11 James, clerk, i>. 22 Mt. Auburn 
" Jolin, painter (15.), boards 18 Fair- 
mont avenue 
" John, tailor, 578 Main. I>. I9j Lopez 
" .Joseph B., tinner, h. 202 Sidney 
" Mary 11. Mrs., h. 15 Mellen 
" Mary L., wid. of .John S., li. .'5!) Clark 
" Wm. II. A., draughtsman, house 80 

Mellen 
Davies Benjamin F., builder rear 141 Gore 

and ins. adjuster, 3G Fifth, h. 137 

Thorndike [h. 91 Otis 

" Fred, book-keeper (14 Summer, B.), 
" Philip, city missionary (2029 Wash., 

B..)i h-.2(> Howard 
" Richard J., tramway and refrigerator 

builder (20 Creek sq., 15.), bds. 2G 

Howard [rms. do. 

" Thomas W., clerk, 15G North avenue 
" Wm. II., machinist, b. 2(> Howard 
Davin Hanora Mrs., h. 85 Spruce 
" Mary A. Miss, b. 85 Spruce 
" Thomas, painter, b. 85 Spruce 
li Wm., potter, b. S5 Spruce 
Davis Abner F., cooper, 1G9 Gore, house 

15 Squire's court [Columbia 

" Amelia H., wid. of Hervey, house 23 
" Anne H., wid. of Eliphalet, house 51 

Cherry 
" Augusta A., shop officer House of 

Correction, Thorndike, cor. Third 

b. Hotel Cambridge 
" A. F., conductor Camb. 11. R. Co., 

house at Watertown 
" Bros. (Warren J. and Frank), wood 

and coal, also furniture movers, 111) 

Columbia 
" Byron W., carpenter, h. 123 Wash. 
" Catherine M., widow of Isaac, h. 7 

Lamson p]ace 
" Charles, cabinet maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house rear, 152 Prospect 
" Chas. A., wind chest maker, 1G2 

Broadway, h. 52 Hamilton 
" Charles C, provisi ns (17 Lakeman 

Market, B.), h. 8 Western avenue 
" Chas. I)., tailor (110 Tremont, B.), 

b. 326 Broadway 
" Chas. H. Mrs., h." 38 Quincy 
" Chas. S., salesman (G9 Summer, B.^ 

b. 101 Inman [h. 70 Winsor 

" Chas. W., door maker, 113 Broadway 
" Curtis (Curtis, Davis & Co.), soap 

mnfr., 184 Broadway, and (136 State 

B.), h. 13 Bigelow 

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Davis Daniel W., shipping clerk, 184 Broad- 
way, bds. 7 Lamson p 
" David, cutter N. E. Glass Works, 
North, house at Boston 

•« David \\'., blueing mnfr., h. 30 Willow 
" Edward, carpenter, B. & L. R. EL 

shop, h. at Charlestown 
" Edward, machinist, h. s -'; Western ;iv. 
" Edward A. (Iiyder& Davis), grocer, 

] 26 [nman, h. l(j Tremont 

'• Edward F. (Dow, ]);i\i» & ( O. . soap 

mnfr., 220 Portland 14 Chatham, 

B.), h. at Pox bury [51 (berry 

" Eliphalet F., clerk, 417 Main, boards 
" Esther M. Mrs., h. 23 Erie 
" Fannie M. Miss book-keeper, 7> Har- 
vard row. 1). 25 Wendell 
" Prank (Davie Bros.), coal and wood, 

119 Columbia, h. 141 do. 
" Franklin, express, 379 Main (box 25 

Faneuil Hall sq., B.), h. 6 Moore 
" Fred G., bds. 7 Lamson place 
" Geo. II., clerk (B.), house 2, rear 41 
Norfolk 

George, civil engineer, CityKngineer's 
office, City Hall. h. 30 Warland 

Geo., driver F. P. I. Co., bds. A. B. 
Bunnell's, off Adams Tinman 

George A., grocer. 515 Main, h. 103 

George B., clerk, 20G Broadway, b. 
326 do. 

George E., h. 2 Ashburton place 

Geo. II. at Riverside Press, 1). 2:; Erie 

George S., cooper, 89 Bridge, house 
at Boston 

Gihnan Mrs., h. 6 Story 

Guilford II., salesman (23 Winter, 
B.), b. 348 Pearl 

Harrison 1).. beef. etc. (50 North, B.) 
house Hotel Austin 
AVIS HENRY B., cashier Na- 
tional City Bank. 553 Main, house 8 
Clinton [h. 1 12 Western av. 

Henry G., pressman, Riverside Press 

Henry T., washer, 43 Cambridge, h. 
202 Bridge. No. 2 [40 William 

Herbert L., piano action maker, b. 

Hiram H.. bds. 157 Prospect 

Horatio, organ tuner, 37 Fifth, house 
78 Otis 

Isaac, pneumatic cash carrier (34 
School, B.), boards 28 North av. 

James C. (James C. Davis & Son), 
h. 32G Broadway 

James C. & Son (James C. and James 
II. Davis), soap mnfrs., 204 to 208 
Broadway, and (3 Chatham, B.) 

James H. (James C. Davis & Son), 
house 20 Forest 

James T. . wines, etc. (27 North Mar- 
ket, B.). house 27 Lancaster 

John, laborer, B. & L. R. R. shop, 
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Davis John, machinery (118 Merrimac, B.) 

house 2 Walnut avenue [Bridge 
" John, painter, B. & L. R. R. shop, 
" John E. , ship stores (204 Commercial, 

B.), house 7 Wendell 
" John M. <,Mason Davis & Son), soap 

mnfr., 3 Lincoln place, h. 8 King 

place 
" Josephine H. Miss, teacher Mason 

primary school, Luis. 23 Erie 

DAVIS J. EDWIN, treas, Boston 
Woven Hose Co., Hampshire, office 
(234 Devonshire, B.), bds. at Lynn 
" Mahala E. Mrs., h. 25 Wendell 
" Martin V. B. , prison officer House of 
Correction, Thorndike, cor. Third, 

bds. 168 Cambridge 
" MaryA.,wid. of James A., h. 1 Frost 
" Mason (Mason Davis & Son), soap 

mnfr., 3 Lincoln pi., h. 122 Norfolk 
" Mason & Son (Mason and John M. 

Davis), soft soap mnfrs., 3 Lincoln 

place 
' ' Nahum N. , conductor Camb. R.R. Co. 
" Peter R., coachman, 800 Main, house 

192 Green 
" P. Stearns, post 57 G. A. R. 115£ 

Cambridge 
" Robert W., painter, h. 25 Reed 
" Samuel, provisions (17Lakeman Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 60 Lake View ave. 
" Samuel, slater, order box Lyceum 

building, Harvard sq., h. 30 Charles 

River 
" Samuel W., engineer, h. 19 B Lopez 
" Sarah J. Miss, teacher Gannet pri- 
mary school, bds. 6 Story 
" Stephen F. printer (262 Washington, 

B.),h. 30 Elm 
11 Stephen G., h. 751 Main 
" Sumner E., barrels, casks, etc., 89 

Bridge, h. at Somerville 
" Susan C, widow of Willard W. h. 36 

Howard 
" Thomas, driver Chas R. St. Ry. Co. 
44 Thomas M., fancy soap mnfr., 417 

Main, h. 23 Erie 
' ' Thomas W. , master Putnam grammar 

school, h. at Waverly 
44 Warren J. (Davis Bros.), wood and 

coal, 119 Columbia, h. 125 Hamp- 
shire 
44 Wilber G., pneumatic cash carrier 

(34 School, B.), h. 28 North ave. 
44 Willard T.. machinist (B.), bds. 36 

Howard [h. 144 Austin 

44 William, clerk (634 Washington, B.) 
" William, foreman, 15 River, h. 101 

Pearl [51 Cherry 

" William H., clerk, 417 Main, boards 
" William J., shipper (Federal, B.),h. 

1274 Winsor 
44 Wm. M., Jr., asst. prof, of Physical 

Geography, H. U., h. 2 Bond 



Davis Wm. P., h. 156 Thorndike 

" Wm. W., tailors furnishing (Wash- 
ington, B.), b. 144 Austin 
Davison Frederick, plumber, rooms 118 
Auburn [Douglas n. Main 

" James S., steam fitter, 651 Main, h. 
" John, printer (B.), h. 195 Hampshire 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 390£ Cambridge 
" William, butter and eggs, house 132 
Winsor 
Davlin Michael F. (M. F. Davlin& Co.), 
plumber, 199 Cambridge, h. 197 do. 

DAVL.IJV M. F. & CO. (Michael F. 
Davlin), plumbers and gas fitters, 
199 Cambridge (see p. 481) 
Davren Gilbert M., laborer Cambridge 

cemetery, h. 118 Holworthy 
Davy William, sounding board maker, 162 
Broadway, h. at Chas'n 
44 William H., boat builder, 34 Mill, h. 
15 Dyke 
Dawes Albert A., cloth sponger (75 Essex, 

B.), h. 140 Spring 
Dawson Alexander, laborer, h. 42 School 
" Frances H. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, bds. 17 Walden 
44 John foreman of finishers, Otis cor. 

First, h. at Boston 
" Thomas, clerk, 147 Pleasant, bds. 3 

Gordon place 
44 Thomas, conductor Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., house 29 Baldwin 

" William, laborer, Waverly, c. Talbo 

h. 210 Franklin 

Day Albert, tea and coffee (26 Central, B.) 

house 84 Buckingham [Austin 

" Arthur C, nailer, 3 Hampshire, h. 47 

" Edward F., entry clerk Revere Sugar 

Refinery, Water, b. 177 Bridge 
44 Hiram R., carpenter, bds. 27 Cushing 
" Jeremiah, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 19 
Carson [ster 

" John, hostler, Camb. R.R. Co., Dun- 
44 JohnM., stone mason, Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. 23 Sparks-st. pi. 
" John T., gardener, h. 25 Pine 
" John W., asst. editor (9 Bosworth, 

B.), bds. 74 Cambridge 
" Marcellus (estate of), drain pipe 
mnfr., 132 Main and ( 1 Devon- 
shire, B.) J. B. Wilson, supt. 
" Mary, widow, h. 132 Pleasant 
44 Nellie M. Mrs., music teacher, 74 

Cambridge, h. do. 
44 Ralph, h. 7 Day 
" Richard, butler, 24 Craigie 
' ' Stephen , carriagesmith, 46 Cambridge 

h. 76 do. 
" William H.,h. 52 Charles 
Dayton Isabella M. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

95 Magazine 
Deacon William F., insurance agent, house 
77 Washington, cor. Moore 



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Dean Daniel H., grocer, 21 Brattle, house 
20 Han-is ' [b. :; I Wendell 

" Dora B. Mies, teacher, A gassiz school 
" Edmund, driver, (Jamb. R. R. Co.,h. 
5 DeWolf [84 Wendell 

" Harriot C. , widow of Myron M., h. 
" Herbert II., produce com. mcr. (.'37 

John, B.)i h. 7 Essex 
" James, painter, b. 96 Columbia 
" John M., book keeper, 336 Main, b. 
8 River [peet 

" Ophelia M. , dressmaker, b. 85 Pros- 
" Robert, briekmaker, h. foot of Clifton 
" Wm. C, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, house 
8 Murray 
Deane Chas., h. 80 Sparks 

" Walter, teacher (20 Boylston place, 
B.), h. 5 Brewster ])lace 
DeAngeles Lorenzo J., suspender maker, 

(B.), b. 115 Charles 
Dearborn Axel W., clerk (2 F. H. sq., B.) 
house 97 Winsor 
" Charles, driver, U. S. Mail wagon, 

44 Bridge, b. at Charlestown 
" Estella A. Miss (Guppy & Dearborn) 
dressmaker, 170 Hampshire, h. do. 
" Frank, driver, U. S. Mail wagon, 44 

Bridge, b. at Charlestown 
" Geo. W. (H. N. Hovey & Co.), gro- 
cer, 89Camb., h. 94 Otis 
Deares Geo. M., cabinet maker (Chas'n), 
house 201 Cambridge 
" Joseph, furniture packer, Second, c. 
Thorndike, h. 19 Fifth 
Dearing James A., driver, h. 37 Elmer 

" see Deering 
Deastloo Chas., currier, h. 63 Bolton 
Deasy Cornelius W., teamster, b. 2 Davis 

" John, cabinet maker, h. 2 Davis 
Deberry Lewis A., well driver, house 24 

Somerset 
DeBoise Chas. L., laborer, h. 37 Hampshire 
Decatur Ora S., carpenter, h. 34 Pleasant 

" Mary, widow, h. 88 Gore 
Dechan Michael, carpenter, 123 Winsor, 

house do. 
DeCorte Augustus, cabinet maker (B.), h. 

55 Spring 
DeCosta Benj. F., foreman, 356 Main, b. 
18 Western avenue 
" Frank, hairdresser, 392 Cambridge, 

house 7 Fourth 
" Manuel, laborer, b. rear 26 Vine 
DeCourcey Margaret Miss, h. 429 Main 
11 Patrick H., clerk, Skillings, Whit- 
neys & Barnes Lumber Co., Prison 
Point, boards 16 East [do. 

" Richard, variety store, 429 Main, h. 
DeCoursey John, laborer (Somerville), h. 

8 Gore 
Dedrick Carrie S. Miss, packer, 31 Elm, 
boards 11 Squires court 
" Frederick, brittania worker(Portland, 
B.), h. 11 Squire's ct. 



Dedrick Henry V., b. 11 Squire- ct 
" Thos. E., brass moulder (Hawkins, 
B.), 1). 1 1 Squire*! ct 
Dec Bros. (Thos. W. and John II.), flor- 
ists, Mt Auburn, opp. Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, and ( kh Tremont, B.J 
" John II. (Dee Bros.;, florist (104 
Tremont, IJ.), and Mount Auburn, 
opp. Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 
(14 Monument, B.) 
" Joseph, overseer, E. Camb. branch, 
Camb. R. R. Co., office, 2.31 Camb., 
rooms 120 Otis 
Mary II. Miss, h. 24 Sparks 
Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, house 9 

Jefferson 
Patrick, provisions, 18 Sparks, h. do. 
Sarah II. Mrs., b. Thos. W. Dee's, 

Fresh Pond lane 
Thomas, harness maker, 6 Dunster, 

b. 271 Putnam avenue 
Thos., host er, h. Eustis court 
Thos. W. (Dee Bros.), florist (Tre- 
mont, c. Bromfield, B.), and Mt. 
Auburn, opp. Mt. Auburn cemetery, 
h. Fresh Pond lane 
Deehan John S., bar tender, 200 Camb., b. 
329 Main [Plymouth 

" John W:, policeman, Station 2, h. 83 
" Wm. H., foreman, 134 Main, h. do. 
Deely James, baker, 79 Camb., house 9 

Eighth 
Deer James N., painter, 660 Main, house 

10 Fairmont avenue 
Deering Henry F., cabinet maker (91 Hav- 
erhill, B.), boards 79 Gore 
11 Joshua, laborer, h. 66 Boylston 
" Robert S.. cabinetmaker, 203 Bridge, 

boards 79 Gore 
" Wm., h. 28 Warren 
" see Dearing 
Deery John, watchman, Camb. R. R. Co., 

boards 46 Boylston 
DeFord M. R. Mrs., 'dressmaker, 23 Fair- 
mont, house do. [Garden 
DeGerstoff Carl A., student, H. U., bds. 4 

" E. B. Mrs., h. 4 Garden 
Degnan Thos., city teamster, h. 67 Amory 
Deitchfield Samuel Harry, coffin maker, 

203 Bridge, h. Oak 
Deitemeier Basil, at Revere Sugar Re- 
finer}*, rooms 50 Spring 
DeKnight Levi, laborer, h. 102 Harvard 
Deland Thos. W. (Little, Brown & Co.), 

Blackstone, h. at Boston 
Delane Daniel, boiler maker, 92 Main 
Delaney Bartholemew, spring maker, 12 
Gore, house at Somerville 
" Elizabeth Mrs., h. 26 Sparks 
11 James S., plumber (80 Cambridge, 
B.). h. 33 Winter [do. 

" Jeremiah J., clerk. 339 Camb., b. 337 
11 John, baker, 111 Fourth, house 34 
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Delaney John, gate tender, B. & L. R. R. 
crossing, Prison Point, h. 6 Third 
" John, mason, 17 Winthrop, h. do. 
Denby Richard, teamster, h. 35 Banks 
11 John, liquors, etc., 339 Cambridge, h. 

337 do. 
" Margaret, wid. of John, h. 17 Bolton 
" Michael, marble cutter, b'. 17 Bolton 
" Patrick, h. 48 Montgomery 
" Richard, lab., h. 19 Bolton 
" William, lab., h. r. 31 Hastings 
Delano Maria C. Mrs., h. 12 Lowell 

" Sarah, wid. of Jeptha, bds. 18 Jay 
Delany Edmond H., mason, h. 426 Camb- 
bridge 

" Julia, wid. of Martin, h. 58 Spruce 

" William H., nailer, 3 Hampshire, bds. 

426 Cambridge [h. 3 Harding 

Delapp Charles, foreman (35 Union, B.), 

Delhantv J., conductor, C. R.R. Co., h. 29 

Holyoke [40 Chestnut 

Dell William, shade maker, 15 Blanche, h. 

' ' William C , shade painter, 15 Blanche, 

rooms 40 Chestnut 

DeMerittJ. W., shoemaker, 118 Hampshire, 

bds. at Boston [Concord ave. 

Demerritt Mary E., wid. of John F., h. 40 

Demmon Reuben A., stock broker (82 

Devonshire, B.), h. 40 North ave. 
Dempsey Elizabeth Mrs., h. 85 Concord av. 
Ellen, wid. of Thomas, h. 35 Vine 
James, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

h. at Somerville 
John, hostler, h. 105 Kinnaird 
John, waiter, h. 8 Porter 
John W., gardener, h. 74 Bolton 
Lawrence, watchman, Chas. R. St. 
Ry. Co., h. 1 Bell [Bridge 

Michael, lab. (B. & M. R. R.), h. 134 
Myles, driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., 
h. r. 28 Foster 
Denehy J. W., advertising agent, Kaleido- 
scope, 642 Main, h. at Boston 
Denison Adolpe, cabinet maker, 626 Main 

DENISON ARTHUR E„ lawyer 
(150 Devonshire, room 12, B.), h. 
13 Arlington (see page 504) 
" Herbert R., salesman (177 Congress, 

B.), bds. 13 Arlington 
" see Dennison 
Denman James, lab., 169 Gore, h. 167 Otis 
Denn John J., printer, Riverside Press, 
rooms 2 Scu.h [rooms 105 Winsor 
Dennett George M., lard refiner, 169 Gore, 
Dennis Adolph, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. 33 Cambridge [Water 
Catherine, widow of William, house 2 
Fannie E. M. Mrs., teacher, Wyman 

Primary School, bds. 3 Frost 
James, florist, 4 Holworthy, h. do. 
John, conductor, C. R.R. Co., bds. 2 

Water 
John, woodworker, 626 Main 
Lizzie Miss, packer, 502 Main 



Dennis Margaret Miss, h. 76 Elm 

" Maria L., wid. of William W., h. 295 

Broadway 
" William D., lab., h. 60 Washington 
Dennison Albert, carpenter, h. 162 Pros- 
pect [B.), bds. 128 Spring 
" Frank E., teamster (J. S. Hilliard, 
" Hosea B., architect, 130 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 
" H. Elmer, book keeper (63 Pitts, B), 

bds. 128 Spring 
" James E., carpenter. 54 Cambridge, 

h. at West Medford 
" Mary, wid. of Otis, h. 128 Spring 
" Michael, lab., h. r. 203 Franklin 
" see Denison [B.), h. 358 Broadway 
Denny Daniel, packer (360 Washington, 
" John, harness cleaner, 106 Oxford, h. 

15 Dinsmore ct. 
" Mary Miss, h. 13 West 
" Michael J., teamster, 13 Broadway, 
h. 24 Harvard 
Densmore Ira M., carpenter, h. 7 Rockwell 
" Samuel D., carpenter, b. 7 Rockwell 
Denton Eben, treas., Reversible Collar Co., 
10 Arrow [187 Franklin 

" G. Jefferson, lab., 184 Broadway, h. 
*' H. Alfred, stained glass worker (B), 

h. 25 Erie 

" Thomas J., expressman, house 187 

Franklin [B.), h. 118 Harvard 

Denyven David, furniture mnfr. (66 Pitts, 

Depatic Daniel, lab., h. r. 51 Dublin 

DeQnedville Fannie Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

39 Garden 
Derby Herbert, proprietor, Cambridge Vin- 
egar Works, 75 Main, house at New 
York [104 Sparks 

Deringer John E., gardener, 820 Main, bds. 
Derling Joseph W., coal and wood, 400 

Cambridge, h. 26 Charles Riv:r 

DeRosay Albert F. (L. E. DeRosay & Son), 

brick mnfr., 64 Dublin, house 134 

Oxford [teacher, bds. 134 Oxford 

" Josephine A. Miss, music and organ 

" Lewis E. (L. E. DeRosay & Son), 

brick mnfr., 64 Dublin, house 134 

Oxford 

" L. E. & Son (Lewis E. and Albert E. 

DeRosay), brick mnfrs., 64 Dublin 

Derringer John E., gardener 88 Sparks, 

boards 104 do. 
Derry Chas. T., salesman (46 Summer, 

B.), boards 12 Trowbridge 
Derwin Bridget, widow of John, house 64 
Harvard [Harvard 

" John J., machinist, 72 Main, b. 64 
" Thomas E., 137 Broadway, bds. 64 
Harvard 
DeSage David, carpenter 153 Putnam ave., 
house 91 Chestnut 
" Wm. H., foreman of tinners 153 
Putnam ave., house 91 Chestnut 



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DeSautelle Frank S., brak email P. R. R., 

house 89 Dublin 
Desmond Daniel, currier, house Dudley, 

near Montgomery 

44 Dennis, laborer, bds. 10 Seventh 

" Hannah, widow of John, house \'2'J 

Bridge [n. Montgomery 

" Hanora, widow of Win., h. Dudley, 
44 Jeremiah, clerk 165 Bridge, hoards 

281 Cambridge 
44 John, engineer 1!) Frank, h.12 Brewer 
44 John, farm hand, h. Fresh Pond lane 
" John, engineer North ave., house 12 

Brewery 
44 John H., painter, mis. 80 Camb. 
44 John J , plumber, Brattle, boards 12 

Brewer 
44 Lewis, drug clerk 1G1 Cambridge, 

rooms 114 Thorndike 
44 Mary, widow of Peter, h. 88 Fifth 
44 Timothy Jr., liquors, 345 Camb., 

house 341 do. 
44 Timothy J., mason, h. Rogers ct. 
44 Wm., b. Hanora Desmond's, Dudley 
Deuschle Louis, liquors, 154 Spring, house 
15G do. [b. 62J Winter 

Deuxans Emile, at Revere Sugar Refinery, 
" Leon, varnisher 293 Bridge, boards 
G2£ Winter 
Devanie George, currier, h. 43 Harvey 
Devay John, watchman Dunster-st. stable, 

Camb. R. R. Co. 
Devens Arthur L. Mrs., h. 45 Oxford 
44 Thomas, undertaker, 414 Camb., 
house 132 Elm 
Deverse James, carpet salesman (B), h. 

247 Putnam avenue 
DeVeure Alfred G., watchmaker, house 

6 Ashburn place 
Devine Charles, 184 Broadway, h. 3 Ninth 
44 Cornelius, roofer (20G Portland, B.), 

house 118 Webster ave. 
4< Emma Miss, saleswoman, h. 9 DeWolf 
44 Francis, coal and wood, 240 Camb., 

house 3 Ninth 
44 John, fish peddler, h. r. 21 Carson 
44 Joseph, pressman Riverside Press, 

bds. 83 Putnam avenue 
44 Kate Miss, clerk 472 Harvard, boards 

9 DeWolf 
44 Michael, teamster, h. GO Charles 
44 William, mill hand, Am. Rubber 
Co., boards r. 109 Gore 
William, plasterer 010 Main 

mason, bds. 14 Brookline 
Dcvitt Frank J., artist (594 Wash., B.), 

house 28 Wendell 
Dewar John, cutter N. E. Glass Works, 
house 70 Second 
44 Mary, widow, tailoress (179 Court, 
BO, house 102 Third [stable 

DeWent Nancy .'rs., h. River, opp. car 
Dewey Charles H., painter, h. 1 Ayer's 
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Dewey Clard 15. Miss, I). 58 Trowbridge 
" Henry, laborer 184 Broadway 

44 Henry W., soap presser, 184 B 
way, bds. l Ayen block, Third 
" Mary \\ r . Mrs., h. 58 Trowbridge 
Dewhurst Hannah A. Mrs., b. 104 Prospect 
Dewing Charles ll., book-keeper (19G 

State, U. ;, li. Prentiss place 
Dewire Daniel, gardener, h. 13U Elm 
" Thoma*J., machinist B. & L. R. EL 

h. at North Billerica 
44 William 11., laborer, 109 Gore, house 
142 Elm 
Dewitt James I., hairdresser, h.r.67 Wash. 
DeWolf Albert B., packer 503 Main, h. 4£ 
Essex 
14 Eugenia, widow of Wintbrop, house 
49 Oxford [49 Oxford 

44 John W.. clerk (00 Union, B.)i b. 
Dexter Allen D., tinsmith, 159 Putnam 
av., bds. 20 Western ave. 
44 Archibald, roofers helper, house 15 
Magee [Wash. 

44 Caroline D., widow of James, h. 103 
44 D. Gilbert, h. 04 Buckingham 
" George, carpenter Otis, cor. First, 

house at East Boston 
44 Lucy, widow of Gaorge, h. 13 Buck- 
ingham [ct. 
Dickerman Charles, laborer, h. 23 Hayes 
4 ' Edward H., bar tender, Lyceum 
building, Harvard row, house 59 
Mount Auburn 
44 Edward M., carpenter's apprentice B. 

& L. R. R. shop, b. at Somerville 
44 Ormando \V., carpenter B. & L. R. 
shop, house at Somerville 
Dickerson Andrew, laborer, h. r. 144 

Broadway 
Dickey Abner P., carpenter, b. 40 Cottage 
Dickinson Carrie J. Mrs., millinery, 05 
Clark, house do. 
44 Charles A., foreman (Camb., cor. 

Charles, B.), h. 150 Hampshire 
44 Charles A., nurseryman, Broadway, 

junc. Market, h. 135 Wash. 
44 David T.. student H. U. ; b.l35 Wash. 
44 Elizabeth, widow of Alexander, h. 

135 Washington 
" H. L., engineer, 020 Main 
41 J. A., driver Camb. R. R. Co., house 

at Everett 
" Jarres M., bacon cutter (C. H. North 

& Co., Somerville) h. 243 Camb. 
44 John L. , engineer 020 Main, house 
05 Clark [North ave, 

Dickman Clara J.,wid. of Joseph L.,h. 290£ 
44 Emma E. Miss, dressmaker, 17 Mag- 
azine, house do. 
44 Eugenia R. , widow, h. 14 Warren 
" Isaac, overseer Camb. R. R. Co. 
stable, 320 North ave., h. Frank, 
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Dickman M. Carrie Miss, teacher, Wyman 

primary school, b. 290^ Nortli av. 
" Sarah Miss, bds. 36 Cottage 
Dickson Christina, widow of Samuel, h. 87 

Columbia [b. 114 Thorndike 

" Ernest P., stock clerk, 12 Cambridge 
44 Frank W. , grainer, 162 Broadway, h. 

at Charlestown 
44 George F., steam and gas-fitter, 595 

Main, h. 2 Hastings square 
11 Marshall (Marshall Dickson & Co.), 

528 Camb., h. 87 Columbia 
" Marshall & Co. (Marshall Dickson 

and Clinton A. Kicker), grocers, 

527 Camb. 
" Mary A. Mrs., h. 2 Hastings sq. 
" Richard S. Mrs., h. 114 Thorndike 
" Samuel, metals and paper stock, 103 

VVinsor, house do. 

DICKSON WM. (Butler, Dana & 
Dickson), lawyer (34 School, B.), 
h. 87 Columbia, (see p. 502) 
Diehl Antone B., cutter Amer. Rubber Co. 
h. 60 Harvard 
11 Geo., confectioner, h. 15 Washington 
" John, boots and shoes (1326 Wash., 

B.), h. 48 Cottage 
44 John Philip, laborer Amer. Rubber 
Co., house 60 Harvard 
. " Pctar, cutters, helper Amer. Rubber 

Co., boards 60 Harvard 
Dieselmann Henry D., watchman, Miiller 
Bros., h. 28 Harvey 
" John, gardener, 329 North avenue, 
boards 28 Harvey 
Dietz George A., foreman B. & A. R. R. 

car shop, Allston, h. 38 Howard 
Diez Joseph, brickmaker, h. 24 Dudley 
Dignan Catherine, widow of Barnard, house 
191 North avenue 
4 * Margaret M. , shirt maker (B. ) , house 

191 North avenue 
44 Patrick, laborer, b. 99 Brookline 
Diarnon John, clerk, 502 Main 
Difiaway Stillman S., h. 22 School 
Dillingham Franklin paper, tvine, etc., 
(B.), h. 22 Hubbard av. 
44 George A., paver (B.), h. 223 Broad- 

wav, room 3 
44 Henry A., clerk, b. 42 Holyoke 
44 Maria, wid. of Henry, dressmaker, 

h. 42 Holyoke 
44 Mary A., wid. of Henry, h. 42 Holyoke 
44 Wm. C., second asst. clerk of courts 
Court House, Third, h. at Maiden 
Dillman GeorgeJC. , painter, h. 9 Mt. Auburn 
Dillon Ann, wid. of Owen, h. 56 Winter 
44 Charles H., fruit pedler, b. 56 Winter 
44 Edward, foreman of varnishers, 203 
Bridge, h. 39 Gore [ber Co. 

44 Edward C. , coatmaker American Rub- 
44 John, laborer, h. 54 Hastings 
44 John F. , fruit pedler, b. 56 Winter 



Dillon Margaret Mrs., at Amer. Net and 

Twine Co., h. 125 Third 

44 Mary E. Miss, book-keeper 125 Camb. 

boards 56 Winter [59 Nortli 

44 Peter, blower N. E. Glass Works, h. 

44 Wm. H., compositor 454 Main, h. 54 

Boylston [Ross House 

Dillworth John, iron molder, 356 Main, b. 

Dilworth Timothy, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 10 

Seventh 
Diman Emily S. , wid. of J. L., h. 10 Craigie 

" John B., student, bds. 10 Craigie 
Dimbroski Martin, packer, Second, corner 

Thorndike, h. r. 56 Charles 
Dimick Calvin, h. Cambridge, c. Lynde 

44 John E., carpenter, h. 8 Cherry 
Dimmock Emily, widow, b. 18 Story 
" Emily R., boards 18 Story 
44 Geo., naturalist, house 61 Sacramento 
Dinan Daniel, teamster, 221 Bridge, h. 5 
Linehan's blk. , Third 
44 James, laborer 169 Gore, b. 11 Ninth 
44 John, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 8 Winter 
44 Nicholas, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 159 

Spring 
44 Patrick, laborer, B. & A. R. R., bds. 

5 Linehan's block, Tenth 
" Patrick, roofer (82£ Leverett, B.), 

house 35 Vine 
44 Peter C, slater, GG Spring, h. do. 
44 Timothy, teamster, 221 Bridge, h. 6 

Winter 
44 see Dynan [Linehan's blk., Tenth 
Dinneen Daniel, laborer, C. W. W. , h. 5 
' 4 Ellen Mrs., boarding house, 5 Line- 
han's blk., Tenth 
Dinsmore Daniel K. (Stetson & Dinsmore), 
carpenter, 79 Brattle, h. 17 Far- 
well place [Murray 
" Frank A ., driver C.R. R. Co., bds. 4 
44 Wm. J., florist, 273 North av., h. do. 
Disney Wm., piano polisher, 284 Main, h. 

67 Norfolk 
Ditmars James B., book-keeper, Cambridge 

laundry, Soden, b. at East Boston 
Dix Orren W., foreman, h. 102 Green 
Dixey Mary E., widow, h. 223 Broadway, 

suite 5 

Dixwell Epes S., h. 58 Garden 

Doane Calvin driver (Quincy House, B.), 

house 46 Hamilton [Elm 

44 Frank, foreman, 31 Hampshire, h. 29 

14 Henry S. (Johnson & Doane), bottler 

27 Green, b. 425 Main 
44 Norman, confectioner, 282 Broadway 
" Sally S., wid. of Seth P., h. 46 Ham- 
ilton 
41 Thomas M., clerk (70 Long wharf, 
B.), house 55 Ellery [b. 28 Antrim 
44 Wm. H., book-keeper, 281 Broadway 
44 William H., packer, 502 Main 
Dobbs Geo., confectioner, b. 153 Franklin 
44 George, lab., house 9 Grant 



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. laborer, bds. 1 53 Franklin 
lab., bds. 163 Franklin 



Dobkiewilz Stanislaw, at Revere Sugar 

Keflnery, bds. 194 Bridge 
Dobson Geo. R., carpenter, h. 8£ Antrim 
Dockum Geo. G., carpenter, h. LIS Winsor 
Dodd Annie, widow of Brandon J., house 
20 Fairmont av. 
" Daniel C. , painter, Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, house 104 Gushing 
Dodge Arthur B., clerk (83 Summer, B.), 
bds. 39 Columbia 
" Clias. II., advertising agent, Kaleido- 
scope, 642 Main, bds Warland 
" Caleb S. P., printer (238 Washington, 

B.), h. 203 Broadway 
" Chas. H. provisions (Providence, 
opp. B. & P. R. R. depot, B.), bds. 
72 Pleasant 
" E. L., stoves, etc., 244 Broadway, 

house at Somerville 

" Edward S., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), h. 

70 Sparks [Seventh 

11 Hannah E., widow of Wm. H., h. 16 

" John C, lawyer (87 Milk, B.), house 

72 Sparks 
" John H., provisions, opp. B. & P. 

R. R. depot, B.), h. 72 Pleasant 
" Joseph A., action maker, 1G2 Broad- 
way, house 113 Washington 
11 Joseph P., h. 39 Columbia 
" Rufus, salesman (42 Commercial, B.) 

house 9 Story 
" Sarah B.,wid. of Geo., b. 329 Harvard 
" William, house 293 Broadway 
" Wm. A., painter, h. r. 141 Columbia 
" Wm. E., fruit, h. 27 Seventh 
" Wm. H., provisions, 25 Central sq., 

house 15 Cottage 
" Wm. W., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), bds. 

72 Sparks 
" Winslow Herbert, bookkeeper, 162 
River, boards 2 Rockwell [well 

" Winslow Hewes, express, h. 2 Bock- 
Doe Albert, furniture finisher, Otis, corner 
Pirst, house at Boston 
" Bradbury P., machinist, 29 Main, h. 

193 Putnam av. 
" Freeland A., cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house 13 Florence 
Doerr Michael, currier, h. 6 Beed 
Dogherty Chas. M., cabinet maker, house 

102 Winsor 
Doherty Alexander, bookbinder (76 Sud- 
bury, B.), h. 12 Rogers' block, Main 
" Ann Mrs., h. 48 Tremont [Franklin 
Doherty Annie, salesman (B.), boaids 88 
11 A. J., driver Chas. Biver St. R'y Co. 
" Bridget, widow, bds. 61 Charles 
11 Chas. P., artist, bds. 168 Norfolk 
" Daniel, hairdresser, 337 Main, h. do. 



Doherty Daniel, tinsmith, Third, C. Potter 
" Danicd B., clerk, 157 Bridge, 

">."> Gore 

Dennis, lab., b. r. 211 Mt. Auburn 

Edward P., hairdresser, li Brattle, h 

;it Boston [lin 

Ellen, wid. of Matthew, h. 221 Frank- 
Ellen, wid. of Win., h. 7 Perry 
Ellen J. .Miss, boarding house, 103 

Brookline 
Elizabeth, wid. of John, house 14 

Somerset 
Elizabeth, widow, h. 6 Gordon place 
Frank E., cabinet maker, h. 13 Suf- 
folk [57 Vine 
Frederick, fireman B. & M. R.R., h. 
Henry A., grocer, 157 and 161 Bridge 

house 82 Cambridge 
Hugh, granite, 41 Main, h. 85 Fifth 
J., lab., 31 Hampshire 
James, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

house at Somerville 
James, city forester, office City Hall, 

h. 168 Norfolk 
James, driver Chas. River St. Ry Co. 

house 20 Carson 
James, grease collector, h. 61 Charles 
James, lab., Mt. Anburn Cemetery, 

bds. r. 241 Mt. Auburn 
James, liquors (181 Cambridge, B.), 

house 16 Kinnaird 
James, varnisher (B.), h. 20 Carson 
Jas. C. , teamster, bds. 103 Brookline 
James E., bds. 85 Fifth 
John, city lab., h. 141 Elm 
John, lab., h. 42 Montgomery 
John, lab., h. 204 Green 
John, physician, 467 Cambridge, h. do 
John, h. 23 Seventh 
John E., tinsmith, 153 Putnam ave., 

house r. 221 Franklin 
John M., liquors (24 Causeway, B.), 

house 29 Suffolk 
John T., upholsterer (B.), bds. 168 

Norfolk [Concord av. 

John W., lab., b. D. W. Hannafords' 
Joseph, student, bds. 16 Kinnaird 
Josephine M. Miss teacher Otis pri- 
mary School, bds. 93 Gore 
Lawrence, plumber's helper, bds. 23 

Bay 
Mary, wid., h. 82 Cambridge 
Michael, lab. Cambridge eemetejy, 

house r. 241 Mt. Auburn 
Michael, lab., bds. 221 Franklin 
Michael, piano maker (B.),h. 16 Elm 
Neil, liquors (69 Causeway. B.), h. 

56 River 
Owen W., harness maker, Cambridge 

junction Bridge, bds. 5G Second 
Patrick, h. 204^Green 
Patrick, lab., h. 23 Bay 
Patrick, house 93 Gore 



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Doherty Patrick, house 157 Spring 
" Phlip, lab., bds. r. 241 Mt. Auburn 
" Pliilip, laborer, h. 23 Bay 
» Philip N., lab., b. D. W. Hannaford's 

Concord ave. 
" Robert, packer, JohnReardon & Sons 

house rear 6 Erie 
" Sarah, widow, house 333 Main 
" Sarah M., wid. of Chas., house 61 

Charles [bridge 

" Thomas, expressman, h. 26 l J Cam- 
" Timothy, teamster, 221 Bridge 
" William, boiler maker, 35G Main, h. 

at Somerville 
". William, city laborer, h. 47 Vine 
Dolan Ann, widow, h. 35 Winter 
" Bridget, widow, h. 13 Second 
" Edward, lab., Riverside Press 
" Edward J., merchant tailor, 551 Main 

house 252 Pearl 
Dolan Charles, cooper, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, boards 5G do. [Waverly 
" John, laborer, John Reardon & Sons, 
" John, plumber, 12 Brattle 
" John, provisions, and (Griffin & 

Dolan), soft-soap mnfr., rear 13 

Decatur, house 13 do. 
" John B., conductor, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., boards 13 Decatur 
" John H., painter, b. 11 Sargent 
" John J., book-binder, 564 Main, b. 7 

Perry 
" Joseph F., harness maker (65 Sud- 
bury, B.), boards 35 Winter 
" J. B., conductor, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Michael W. , painter, b. 11 Sargent 
" Patrick, baker, 502 Main, house 23 

Sidney 
" Patrick, cooper, b. 22 Harding 
" Patrick, nurse, h. 17 Baldwi ; 
" Thos., grave digger, Camb. cemeterv 

h. 11 Sargent 
" Thos., soap maker, 172 Pearl, h. 2 

Cottage court 
" Thos. P., gardener, b. 11 Sargent 
" Thos. H., b. 17 Baldwin 
" Thos. J., mill hand, 44 Cambridge, 

boards 13 Second 
V Wm., teamster, 336 Main, house 2 

Hannum's block, Broadway 
" Wm. T., conductor, Chas. R. St. Ry 

Co., boards 7 Perry 
Dole Cyrus G., provisions (19 New F. H. 

market, B.), h. 20 Bigelow 
" Sarah A., widow of Cyrus, house 20 

Bigelow 
Dolhenty Thomas II., express, 185 North 

avenue, and (33 Court sq., B.), h. 

32 Orchard 
DollardEdw., cooper, Niles Bros., Con- 
cord avenue, h. at Somerville 
" James, boots and sho.es, 448 Harvard 

h. 15 Gerry 



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Dollard John E., b. 15 Gerry 

" Katherine, wid. of John, b. 20 Austin 
Dolly John, switchman (F. R. R.), h. 202 

Bridge, No. 4 [Otis 

Dolloff Benj. W., butter and eggs, h. 143 

" Francis W., janitor, C. S. U. rooms, 

15 Brattle, h. 8 Holyoke 
" Wm. J., printer, University Press, 

house 4 Trowbridge 
Dominni Virgil, carver, 626 Main, house 

rear 65) Gore 
Domnique Tellis, hairdresser, 530 Camb., 

b. at Somerville 
Donagan Michael, laborer, b. 34 Hampshire 
Donahoe Ann Miss, h. 25 Bow 

" Chas. F., student, b. 11 Valentine 
" Chas. H., packer, 162 Broadway, h. 

9 Decatur 
" Daniel, currier, h. 45 Reed 
" Edw. J., clerk, 245 Broadway, house 

107 Columbia 
" Edw. P., upholsterer, 23 Brattl' h. 

Williard street court 
" Hugh J., student, b. 11 Valentine 
" James W., brass moulder, boards 9 

Decatur 
•■• James W., lab., b. 199 Mt. Auburn 
" Jeremiah, tailor, 566 Main, boards 42 

Vine [do. 

" John, coal and wood, 9 Decatur, h. 
" John, foreman, A. 11. Hews & Co., h. 

18 Donnell 
' ' John laborer, Cochrane Chemical Co. , 

Potter, h. 13£ Warren 
" John Mrs., h. 210 Cambridge 
11 John J., laborer, b. 18 Blanche 
" Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 11 
Valentine [Thorndike 

" Maria J. Mrs., housekeeper, 174 
" Mary, teacher, St. Mary's Parochial 

school, h. 11 Valentine 
" Mary Ann, widow of Patrick H., h. 

Willard street court 
" Michael, laborer, b. 62 Waverly 
" Michael, laborer, h. 80 Boylston 
" Patrick, driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Patrick, expressman, b. 210 Camb. 
" Patrick, freight-car repairer, B. & L. 

R. R. shop 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 199 Mt. Auburn 
" Peter A., clerk, 221 Broadway, b. 11 

Valentine [block, Tenth 

" Timothy, carpenter, bds. 8 Linehan's 
" Timotliy, laborer, h. rear 6 Lopez 
" Wm., freight-car repairer, B. & L. R. 

R. shop [ win 

Donahue Michael, horse shoer, h. 39 Bald- 

" Patrick, machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h at Woburn 
" Thos., farmer, h. 53 Cushing 
Donaldson Wm., sailmaker, h. 69 Third 
Dondero Andrew, clerk, 435 Camb., b. do. 
" Angelo, fruit and confectionery, 435 

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Donehey John II., stone cutter, fool Ayer'a 

w half, Third, h. 1 Lowland av. 

Donelan Francis, engineer (28 Bummer, 

l'». ) , house 196 ( Cambridge 
" Francis, Jr., police station 8, 

( lamb ridge 
" John, fireman, h. 21 Winter 
Donlan John .)., granite cutter, b. 3 
" Martin J., conductor, Camb. 

Co., h. 85 Western avenue 
" Mary Miss, h. 31 Bow 
" Thos., painter, 14 Church, b. 31 Bow 
Donnell Eugene, clerk, P. O., Gil Main, h. 

at Somerville . 
" "Win. J., metal polisher, Otis, near 

First, h. 7 Summer 
" see O'Donncll [erson 

Donnelly Arthur, city laborer, h. 37 Jef- 
" Arthur, clerk, 72 Camb., house at 

Somerville 
14 Bridget, wid. of James, h. r. 53 Vne 
" Daniel F., laborer, h. Harvard place 
" Dennis," laborer, b. 47 Peed 
" Frank, blower, N. E. Glass "Works, 

h. at Somerville 
1 ' Frank, carriage painter, h. 380 Camb. 
" J., blower, N. E. Glass Works, h. at 

Somerville [3 Cottage 

*• James A., cigar maker, 5 Pearl, h. 
" James H. S., dry goods and millinery 

118 Camb., h. 133 Thorndike 
" John, driver, Camb. R. R Co., 

62 Spring 
" John, laborer, h. 47 Reed [S 
" Michael, teamster, 169 Gor- . ! 
Donnegan Michael, hostler, Fran* Ken- 
nedy, b. Hampshire [Reed 
Donnelly Michael, lab., 19 Frank, bds. 47 
" Patrick, hostler, Bay-street stable, 

Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. [Boylston 

" Patrick, hostler, C. R.R. Co., bds. 50 
" Patrick, hostler, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Rose, wid. of Patrick, h. 8 Madison 
" Terrence, driver, C. R.R. Co. 
" Teresa Miss, clerk, 118 Cambridge, b. 

133 Thorndike 
" Thomas, city laborer, h. 79 Elm 
" Thomas, driver, C. R.R. Co. 
Donnini Virgilio, wood carver, G2G Main, 

h. r. 69 Gore fli. 21 Cambridge 

Donohue Daniel, brakeman, B. & L. R. 11., 
Donovan Ann Mrs., h. 18 Willow 

" Bart, lab., h. 1 Rogers' block, "Wash- 
ington [Glass Works, h. G North 
" Catherine, widow of James, at N. E. 
" Charles, express, 109 Cambridge, bds. 

42 Gore 
" Cornelius, h. 7 Fifth [Sixth 

" Cornelius, lab., 169 Gore, boards 102 
" Cornelius J., salesman, G8 Bridge, 

rooms r. (5 East 
" Daniel, foreman, 17 East, h. 31 East 
" Daniel, junk dealer, h. 15 Railroad 
" Daniel, lab., h. 1 Jordan pi. 



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Donovan Daniel, laborer, h. 44 North 
11 Daniel v., plasterer, h. 91 Fourth 
" Daniel W., iron moulder, 1 hird, cor. 
Bent, h. 87 School-st pi. 

" Dennis, box maker, ;; Hampshire 

" Dennis, laborer, B. & .M. K.R., h. 14 
North Kast Boston 

11 Dennis, marble cutter, 58 Main, h. at 
" Dennis, stone cutter, foot Ayer'l 

Whf., Third, h. W.) Main [Spring 

" Dennis P., teamster (Boston,, h. M 
" Edward C, conductor, C. R. R. Co., 

bds. G South 
" Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. 24 North 
" George, lab., 13 Broadway, h. at Bos- 
ton 
" Hannah, wid., h. 4 Dailey alley 
" Hannah A., variety store, 137 Bridge, 

h. do. 
" James, laborer, h 23 Harrison 
" James, teamster, h. 3 Baldwin ct. 
" James, teamster, 12 Cambridge, h. 54 

North [Pleasant 

" James, track man, C. R.R. Co., h. 79 
" James F. , picture-frame maker, h. 82 

Sixth 
" James F., produce, h. 137 Bridge 
" Janu wid. of Daniel, h. Appian way, 

coi Brattle 
Jeremiah, at Boston Bridge "Works, 

bds. 95 Third [Broadway 

" Jeremiah, blacksmith, rooms 1G5 
'* Jeremiah, iron moulder, Pelham, bds. 

70 Washington 
11 John, bds. 16 Willow 
" John, baker, bds. 172 Columbia 
" John, coal shoveler, B. & L. R.R.. h. 

232 Bridge 
" John, foreman, 25G Bridge 
" John, horseshoer, bds. 1G5 Broadway 
" John, hostler, C. R. It. Co., Harvard 

sq. stable, Dunster 
" John, lab., 1G9 Gore, h. 13 Warren 
" John, lab. (B.), h. 47 Gore 
" John, lab., bds. 26 Decatur 
" John, lab., h. 7 Jefferson 
" John, lab., h. 47 Banks 
" John, lab., rooms 29 Cambridge 
" John, paver, h. r 17 Cowperthwaite 
" John, tailor, 551 Main, h. 177 Frank- 
lin 
" John, teamster, bds. r. 42 Washington 
" John, wool puller, 19 Frank, b. 17 do. 
" John A., clerk, 10 Cambridge, h. 123£ 

Bridge 
" John J., driver (B.).bds. 79 Pleasant 
" John J., undertaker's assistant, 19u£ 

Cambridge, bds. 193 do. [Bridge 
" John J., upholsterer (B.), house 236 
" Kate, wid. of James, h. (! North 
" Mary, wid. of Timothy, h. G3 Gore 
" Michael, currier, Dudley 
" Michael, lab., h. 12 East 
" Michael, lab., 169 Gore, h. 8 McCabe 



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Donovan Michael, piano polisher, 20 Albany 
h. 425 Main 
" Michael, tinsmith (B.), h. 4 Dailey 

alley 
" Michael, varnisher, 20 Albany 
" P., woodworker, State, cor. Osborn 
" Patrick, b Is. 12 East 
" Patrick, lab., h. 11 Hayes ct, 
" Patrick, lab., bds. 23 Harrison 
" Patrick, teamster, 17 East, b. 31 East 
" Richard, bcls. 41 Blackstone 
*' Thomas, lab., h. 20 Decatur 
" Thomas, watchman, Bay-st. stable, 

C. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Thomas R., teamster, Riverside Oil 

Works, Sixth, h 34 Vine 
Xi Timothy, h. 51 North 
" Timothy, carpenter, h. 44 Kinnaird 
" Timothy, lab., h. Spring, opp. Eighth 
" Timothy, lab., 1G9 Gore, h. 31 Carson 
" Timothy, moulder, h. 70 Washington 
*' Timothy, teamster, 17 East, bds. 24 

East 
" Timothy, Jr., laborer, bds. Timothy 
Donovan's, Spring [h. 57 Vine 

" Timothy H., liquors, 32 Cambridge, 
" Timothy J., core maker, boards 70 
Washington [B.), h. 33 Jay 

" William, teamster (42 Commercial, 
" William Mrs., h. 236 Bridge 
" William E., bookkeeper, N. E. Glass 
Works, North, bds. 230 Bridge 
Doodv E. P., conductor. C. R. St, Ry. Co. 
" H. P., driver, C. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" John, teamster, 9 Sparks, h. 259 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Mary, wid. of John, h. 9 Sparks 
Doogan Michael, hostler, h. 8 Baldwin-st. 

court 
Dooley Annie E. Miss, h. 200 Bridge 
Catherine, wid., h. r. 198 Bridge 
Edmund, blacksmith, 19 Gore, house 
121 do. [ington 

Ellen, widow of Thomas, h. 49 Wash- 
John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 60 

Charles 
John, coachman, 158 Brattle, bds. do. 
Joseph T., organist, and music 

teacher, 45 Eranklin, bds. do. 
Lizzie, wid. of Patrick, h. 27 Vine 
Margaret, wid., h. 53 Charles 
Matthew, boiler maker, 92 Main 
Patrick, at Amer. Net and Twine Co., 
h. 123 Third [Hancock 

Patrick, gardener, 46 Grigg, house 14 
Patrick, horseshoer, 436 Main, h- 64 
Brewery [Works, bds. 31 Winter 
William H., blower, N. E. Glass 
William H., painter, bds. 200 Bridge 
Dooling Frank J., salesman, C. H. North & 

Co. (Som.),-bds. 44 Seventh 
Dooling Sylvester J., carpenter, C. H. 
North & Co. (Somerville), house 44 
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Dooner Margaret, widow of Thos., house 2 
Symond's block, DeWolf 
" Patrick, polisher, 258 Mt. Auburn, b. 
18 Brown 
Doore James E , carpenter, h. 152 Pearl 
" Ellen, widow, house 84 Fifth 
" Frank H., brass finisher (B.), b. 84 

Fifth 
" John S., laborer, bds. 24 Winter 
Doran Charles, laborer, h. 12 Harding 
" Edward M., traveling salesman, h. 12 

Appian-wav 
" John, laborer (B.), bds. 12 McCabe 
" John M., cabinet maker, bds. Sibley 

court 
" Mary, widow, h. 10 Fourth 
" Michael, fireman, pumping house, C. 
W. W., Lake View av., h. 5 Clay 
" Patrick, plumber (B.), bds. 105 

Spring 
" Patrick, bds. 96 Gore 
" Wm. P., house 25 Gore 
DoreHenryA., provisions, 640 Main, h. 
8 Brookline 
" see Dorr 
Doreon Joseph, baker, 15 River, b. 17 do. 
Dorgan John, laborer, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 44 North 
Dorion Mary Mrs., bds. 10 Brookline 
Dormai Elizabeth M., widow of Joseph, h. 

44 Shepherd 
Dorman Susannah Mrs., variety store, 107^ 

Western ave., h. do. 
Dormer Anna M. Miss, teacher, Welling- 
ton primary school, b. 55 Fourth 
" Chas. E., reed maker, 162 Broadway, 

bds. 55 Fourth 
" Edwin, blacksmith, 18 Cambridge, h. 
55 Fourth 
Dorney Daniel, laborer (Waltham), Water 

Works, h. 92 Cushing 
Dorr Clifford E. Mrs., h. 7 Cottage 

Cornelius, flour (3 Commercial, B.), 

h. 260 North aveuue 
Eliza A., widow of Edward E., h. 59 

Cushing 
Fred R., clerk (3 Com'l, B.), bds. 

260 North avenue 
George, expressman, b. 86 School 
John, baker, house 19 Pine 
Lester M., clerk (48 South, B.), bds. 

334 Harvard 
Moses, flour (36 Commerce, B.). h. 
334 Harvard [School 

Seth E., mason, h. 4 Hotel Shirley, 
Dorsey Sidney, waiter, h. 39 Hampshire 
Dorseau Julian, lab., h. New, n. F. R. R. 
Dorson Patrick, teamster, bds. 10 Third 
Doucet Mary Miss, dressmaker (B.), b. 14 

Brookline 
Dougal Wm., laborer (47 Com'l, B.), h. 
48 Spring [Suffolk 

Dougherty Agnes, clerk, 637 Main, bds. 13 



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Dougherty Frank, carpenter, Otis, e. First, 

h. (i Decatur 
Douglass Alonzo, book binder, Riverside 

Bindery, bds. 18 Howard 
" Anna E., widow of Robert, house 24 

Columbia 
" Charles II., clerk, (57 Foundry, B.), 

bds. 18 Howard 
■« Clarence II., clerk, 649 Main. bds. 

30 Western avenue [Cottage 

'• Edward N., veterinary surgeon, h. 37 
" George W., clerk (Washington, cor. 

Hanover. B.), bds. 18 Howard 
" James C. , cabinet maker, 384 Main, 

house 23 Park 
" Mary J., wid. of Harrison, house 18 

Howard [Gore 

" Kobert J., herdic driver (B.), h. G5 
" W. L., safe maker, 17 Main 
" Wm. G., carpenter, h. 73 Wash. 
Dover Stamping Co., mnfrs., stamped tin- 
ware, factory 158 Putnam av., 

store (88 and 90 North, B.) 

DOW, DAVIS & CO., (J. hn C. 
Dow, Edward E. Davis and Fred 
Dow), fertilizers, poultry supplies, 
etc., 220 Portland and (14 Chat- 
ham, B.) (see p. 40) 

" Eliza A., widow, h. 115 Auburn 

" EorrestE., box maker, 3 Hampshire, 
bds. 476 Cambridge 

11 Fred (Dow, Davis & Co.), fertilizers, 
220 Portland and (13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, B.), bds. 12 Tremont 

" James A., physician, 23 Magazine, 
house do. 

" John B., box maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 470 Cambridge 

" John C. (Dow, Davis & Co.), ferti- 
lizers, etc., 220 Portland and (13 
and 14 Chatham, B.).h. 12 Tremont 

DOW JOHN E., steam carpet clean- 
er (6 Brighton av., B.). h. 15 Fair- 
mont (see p. 39) 
" Lyman O., carpenter, h. llli Winsor 
" Marcellus I., apothecary, 169 Pearl, 

house 25 Erie [Inman 

" Mary A., widow of Benjamin, h. 24 
" Warren H., box maker, State, C3r. 

Osborn, h. 27 Pine 
" Wm. L., express, 25 Central square, 

office (77 Kingston, B.), bds. 156 

Hampshire 
Dowd Carrie Miss, cashier, 12 Brattle, b. 

9 Brewer 
" Charles, car repairer. Camh. B. R. 

Co., Dunster, house 9 Brewer 
" Eliza A., widow of Wm. J., house 72 

Auburn 
" Wm. H., piano action maker, 113 

Broadway, bds. 9 Brewer 
Dowey Ann E., widow of Thomas, house 8 

Camden place 



Dowey Thomas, teamster, Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, house 6 May 
Down A rchelaus, painter, 18 Pearl, h. 72 
Pleasant 

Downe Frank II.. salesman (B.J lids. ](', 

William [William 

" Rufus S. . insurance agent, house 16 

Downer Dennis, laborer. L69 Gore, h. 106 

Tremont 
Downes Edward W.. teamster, Khoades 

building. State, h. rear 17 Pine 
" Frank W., painter, h. r. 34 Moore 
Downey Bartholomew, laborer. 109 Gor . 

h. 7 Linehan'a block. Tenth 
" David, laborer, bds. 52 Winthrop 
" Dennis, laborer, 169 Gore. bds. 19 

Carson 
" Jeremiah, city lab., h. 15 Murdock 
" John, grocer, 13 Porter, h. do. 
" John, laborer, h. 179 Main 
" Marv, Mrs., grocer, 24 Hunting, h. 

do'. 
" Mary, widow, h. r. 31 Bow 
" Mary A. Miss, clerk, 82 Mt. Auburn, 

bds. 13 Dunster 
" Mortimer, grocer, 37 Warren, h. do. 
" Wm., laborer, bds. 164 Gore 
Downing Almeda It. Mrs., dressmaker, 563 

Main, h. 9 Norfolk 
" Daniel F., at Cambridge Gas Co., h. 

67 Brattle 
" Dennis, trav. salesman, h. 15 Sparks 
" Edward, leather (75 South, B.), h. 

45 Walden 
" Edward H., clerk (201 Washington, 

B.), bds. 45 Walden 
'• Edward I. salesman, bds. 3 William 
" Elizabeth Miss, nurse, h. 5 Laurel 
" Geo., brush maker, 124 Harvard, h. 

159 Thorndike 
" Jeremiah, janitor, Cambridge Casino 

h. 94 Brattle 
" John, laborer, h. 32 Charles 
" John, rooms 12 Dunster 
" John D., oil dealer, h. 58 Market 
" Justin, carpenter, h. 3 William 
" Leander, driver, bds. 55 Columbia 
" Lucy A. Miss, teacher. Wash, gram- 
mar school, bds. 31 Mt. Pleasant 
" Martha wid. of Hiram, bds. 55 Co- 
lumbia 
" Mary, wid. of Thos., h. 5 Laurel 
" Samuel H.. salesman (28 Pearl. B.), 

bds. 45 Walden 
" Simon L., trav. salesman (39 Com'l. 

B.). h. r. 61 Austin 
" Theodore, currier, foot of Eustisct., 

h. 31 Mt. Pleasant 
Downs Eugene, painter. 220 North are., h. 

at Somerville 
Dowsing Frances L. Miss. bds. 34 Auburn 
" Henrv V., sawyer, 113 Broadway, h. 
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Dowsing Phebe J. Miss, press feeder, b. 34 

Auburn [h. 34 Auburn 

" William, varnisher, 162 Broadway 
" Wm. W.j reed board maker, 162 

Broadway, bds. 34 Auburn 
Doyle Albert J., wood carver (B.), house 

73 Spring 
" Arthur, hostler, 12 Soden, bds. 44 

Kinnaird 
" Catherine, widow of John, house 262 

Franklin 
" Daniel, hostler, h. 32 Banks 
" Edmund, plumber, 599£ Main, bds. 

at Watertown 
" Ellen, widow of Michael, h. 33 Elagg 
" Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. 140 Dublin 
" Francis M., baker, bds. 51 Winter 
" Francis M., finisher, 626 Main, h. 127 

Webster avenue 
" James E., driver Fairbanks & Neale 

(Howard, B.), h. 46 Second 
" Jeremiah, laborer, H. U. yard, house 

24 Grant 
" Jeremiah, switchman B. & L. R. R. 

bds. 159 Bridge 
" John, trackman, Camb. R. R. Co., 

h. 20 South 
" John, laborer, h. 5 Dinsmore ct. 
" John, laborer, bds. 33 Flagg 
" John, laborer, Cambridge Water 

Works, house 32 Auburn 
" John, 126 Portland, h. Rolling Mill 

block, Bristol [avenue 

" John, carpenter, house 129 Webster 
" John, painter B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 

at Boston 
" Joseph, painter, B. & L. R. R. shop, 

h. at Boston 
" Martin, hostler Camb. R. R. Co., 

Muiray st. stable, h. 5Q Boylston 
" Mary E., widow, h. 8 Blanche 
*' Michael, driver, Camb. R. R. , house 

5 Burns' ct. 
" Michael, hostler, house 56 Boylston 
" Michael, laborer, bds. 262 Franklin 
" Michael, laborer, house 3 Foster 
" Michael J., house 51 Winter 
" Owen fireman Waverly, cor. Talbot, 

bds. 4 Allston 
" Patrick, police, station 1, house 88 

Concord ave. 
" Patrick J., gents' furnishing goods, 

cigars, etc., 87 Mt. Auburn, h. 7 

Foster 
" Richard, laborer, bds. 44 Kinnaird 
" Richard, h. 5 Foster 
" Richard F., pressman University 

Press, h. 10 Magazine Court 
" Sarah, widow of Edward, variety 

store 19-Cowperthwaite, h. do. 
" Theresa Miss, dressmaker, house 17 

Flagg 
" Thos., hairdresser, h. 113 Third 



Doyle Thomas, hostler, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 37 Bolton 
" Wm., laborer, 169 Gore, boards 167 

Thorndike 
" Wm. A., stone cutter, bds. 22 Spring 
" Wm. E., florist (43 Tremont, B.)., 

h. 80 Otis 
Drake Andrew J., clerk (B.), h. 16 Ash 
" Augustus M., plumber (17 Prattle sq. 

B.), bds. 504 Cambridge 
" Charles, mill hand, 3 Hampshire 
" Edmund W., plumber ;17 Brattle sq. 

B.), h. 504 Cambridge 
" Geo. A., machine hand, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. 22 Suffolk 
" Geo. G. , painter, h. 11 Boardman 
" Geo. W., foreman of organ varnish- 

ers, 162 Broadway, h. 17 William 
" James, carpenter. 113 Broadway, h. 

52 Putnam ave. 
" Louis S-, clerk (206 State, B.), bds. 

16 Ash 
" L. P., clerk, Revere Sugar Refinery, 

Water 
" Margaret, widow of Geo. F. , house 

58 Columbia 
" M. Wesley, book-keeper (40 Lancas- 
ter, B.)' h. 22 Suffolk 
" Ruth S., widow of Wm., h. 4 Rogers' 

block, Main 
Draper Clara H., Miss, h. 27 Hudson 
" Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.) Otis, 

near First, h. Ill Thorndike 
" Francis (F. Draper & Co.), Otis, n. 

First, h. at Boston 
" Francis H. , solderer, Otis, n. First, 

bds. Ill Thorndike 
" F. & Co. (Francis and Daniel A. 

Draper), britannia and brass metal 

workers, Otis, between Second and 

First 
" John, cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge, 

rooms 58i do. 
" Joseph, brass finisher, Otis, n. First, 

bds. Ill Thorndike 
" Louise L. Mrs., h. 67 River 
" Lucius D., salesman (10 Commercial 

B.), h. 10 White 
" L. Dana, Jr., small wares (130 Arch, 

B.) h. 13£ Wallace 
" Martin Jr., book-keeper, National 

Bank of North America (106 Frank- 
lin, B.), h. 292 North ave. 
" Mary A., widow of Daniel F., h. 11 

Avon [292 North ave. 

" Warren M., clerk (62 South, B.), b. 
" Wm. B., salesman (279 Wash., B.), 

h. 11 Avon 
Drea John, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 5 Ninth 
" Kearian, laborer, 169 Gore, house 9 

Carson 
" Michael, laborer. 169 Gore,b. 5 Ninth 



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Drennan Frank, elevator man, 502 Main 
Dresselly John, bookbinder, Riverside 

Press, rooms 112 Western ave. 
Dresser Edwin, pres. Cambridgeport Diary 

Co., 106 Magazine, fa . Raymond, n. 

Linnsan 
" Sumner, stationer (12 Milk, B.), li. 

Raymond 
Drew Albeit v., painter, l>. 19 Sidney 
" Carrie E. Mrs., at Riverside Tress, h. 

1 Pond plaee 
" Frederick I)., piano polisher, 284 

Main, h. 114- Auburn 
" Geo. C. Jr., h. 7 Hampshire pi, 
" George W., sounding hoard maker, 

102 Broadway, h. at Boston 
41 Henry II., gold heater (3 Province 

ct., B.)i b. P) Jay 
" James X., pattern maker, 366 Main, 

h. at Boston [19 Sidney 

" John, carpenter, School, c. Cherry ,h. 
" Joseph L., gold beater (3 Province 

ct., B.), h. 19 Jay 
" Minnie L. Miss, sec'y C U. Flowei 

Mission, 6 Temple, b. 19 Jay 
" Silas S., dry goods (15 Tremont row, 

B.), h. 122 Oxford 
" Walter G., salesman (B.), house 70 

Sidney [Cherry 

Drinan Annie M. Miss, slipper maker, h.2G 

" Elizabeth G. Miss, saleswoman (55 

Tremont, B.), h. 20 Cherry 
il Maurice, fireman Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 121) Bridge 
" Michael, laborer. Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 24 Vine, No. 5 
" T. Frank, laborer, h. 118 Columbia 
" Louisa M. Miss, h. 20 Cherry 
" M. Josephine Miss, saleswoman (55 

Tremont, B.), h. 20 Cherry 
Driscoll Bernard, horseshoer Boston Ice 

Co., Prison Point, h. at Chas'n 
" Cornelius, gate tender Short and 

East st. crossings, B. & L. R. R.,h. 

at Charlestown 
" Cornell s, laborer, h. 3 JefTerson 
" Daniel, laborer Amer. Rubber Co. 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 91) Brookline 
" Florence, painter, h. 70 Gore 
" George, carpenter, h.7 Hotel Weston, 

School 
" Geo. H., painter, b. 70 Gore 
" Hannah, widow of Michael, h. 47 Reed 
" James, charcoal (Somerville), h. 40 

Gore 
" James, laborer, First, n. Spring, b.85 

Bridge, No. 2 
,; John, laborer, h. 23 Hayes ct. 
" John, h. 20 Decatur 
" John C. polisher, 203 Bridge, h. 177 

Cambridge [7 Cedar 

" Michael J., currier. Miiller Bros., h. 
11 Patrick, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 20 do. 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 47 Reed 



Driscoll Thos., lab., 28 Bridge, h. 162 do. 
'« Timothy, boots and shoes (197 Cam- 
bridge, B.), h. 2 1 Jay 
William, section hand B. & L. K. k., 
h. 85 Bridge, No. 2 

Driver Stephen VV., physician, house and 
office 5 Farwell place 

Drohan Daniel, blacksmith C. li. B. ( o., 
201 Main. h. 6 1 Broadway 

Drole J. Augustine, carpenter, h. 207 Ap- 

pleton 

Dro'ett Joseph, brick maker, h. 100 Dublin 
Drown ("has., organ varnisher, 102 Broad- 
w;\v. 1). 2 Eighth 
" Chas. P.. watchman C. R. R. Co., 
Eighth street stable, 223 Camb., b. 
168 Thorndike 
" Mary A. Mrs., h. 168 Thorndike 
Drummey Win., Laborer B. & M. li. R., h. 
13 Water 
■' Wm. jr., brass moulder, b. 13 Water 
Drummond Cornelius II., steward, bds. 27 
Blanche 
" David S., spar maker, b. 27 Blanche 
" Dominick J., lithographer, Riverside 

Press, h. 24 Erie 
" John E., b. 27 Blanche 
" John II., kindling wood, 28 Washing- 
ton, h. 27 Blanche 
Dube C< clulie, widow of Octave, h. 3G5 
Main 
" Emile, confectioner, b. 365 Main 
" Joseph, painter, b. 365 Main 
Dubeau Elie, h Cofran's brick yard, Con- 
cord avenue 
Dubois Albert, lithographer, Riverside 

Press, h. at Boston 
Ducett John W., pressman, University 

rms. 52 Mt. Auburn 
Ducey Catherine, widow, h. 79 Brattle 
" Lawrence J., sergeant police station, 

2, h. 31 Tremont 
" Patrick, gilder Riverside Press 
Duchemin George W.. wood carver, 44 

Cambridge, b. 33 Fourth 
Duclos Lewis, brick maker, h. 52 Spruce 
" Stanislaus, painter, 042 Main, b. 182 
Green 
Duelow Willie L.. hairdresser, 530 Camb., 

b. at Somerville 

Dudlev Charles, trimmer, 109 Gore, b. 67 

* Fifth 

" Charles F., book-keeper, 108 Gore, 

h. 157 Camb. [Dunster 

" Elizabeth, widow of Harrison, h. 17 

" Ellen M. Miss, saleswoman (B.), b. 

20 Tremont 
" Emma E. Miss. collar maker. 10 Arrow 
" Francis I". . butcher. Frank, h. 310 

North avenue 
" George E., upholsterer, h. 28 Charles 
River [Washington 

" George S.. police, station 2, h. 115 
" John Mrs., h. 81 Winsor 



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Dudley Julia, widow of Wm., h. r. 60 River 
" Levi S., section master, B. & L. R. 

R., h. Dudley, n. Reed 
" Lucy R., widow of Joseph W.. h. 7 
Douglass [20 Tremont 

" Mary A. C, widow of Willard, house 
" Mary E. Miss, b. 17 Dunster 
Dudley Moses Mrs., house 26 Sixth 
" Peter, currier, Durllev 

DUDLEY SANFORD H., coun- 
sellor (95 Milk, room 71, B.), house 
1 Avon place, off Avon Hill street 
(see page 500) 
" Warren P., lawyer (5 Pemberton sq. 
room 11. B.). and sec. civil service 
com. (State House, B.), h. 17 Dun- 
ster [mont 

" Wm. B., trav. salesman, h. 10 Tre- 
Duer Lucy R., widow of Ralph L., house 

14 Clinton 
Duff James ^ James Duff & Son), 12 Gore, 
house at Somerville 
** James & Son (James and John J. 
Duff), carriage spring mnfrs., 12 
Gore 
" John, cooper, h. 31 Harding 
" John J. (James Duff & Son) , 12 Gore 

house at Somerville 
" Margaret, wid. of James, h. 69 Third 
" Thomas (Duff & Early), fish, etc., 
226 Cambridge, bds. 28 Third 
Duff & Early (Thomas Duff and James 

Early), fish, etc., 226 Cambridge 
Duffie Margaret E., widow of Wm., house 

378 Cambridge 
Duffield Ulysses G., student, bds. 15 Elmer 
Duffy Catherine, wid. of Michael, house 6 
Eourth 
" Edward, clerk, 10 Harvard row, bds. 

at Somerville 
*' H., conductor Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Henry J., printer, b. 30 Hancock 
'.' Hugh, conductor Camb. R.R. Co., b. 

24 North 
i: Jas., cutters helper, Am. Rubber Co. 
" Jas., fruit pedler, h. 116 Webster av. 
" James J. Mrs., h. 100 Fi th 
" James L., printer, h. 30 Hancock 
" James P.. at Am. Rubber Co., bds. r. 

382 Cambridge 
" James R., second hand clothing and 
pawn broker. 202 Cambridge, h. do. 
" James V., clerk, 587 Main, boards 30 

Hancock 
" John, brass finisher, b. 100 Fifth 
" John, fireman, 502 Main, bds. 7 

Franklin 
" John, lab., h. r. 382 Cambridge 
" John, piano maker, h. 61 Brookline 
" John Wm., book-keeper (B.), b. rear 

382 Cambridge 
" J. J., driver Camb. R.R. Co., house 
at Arlington 



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I Duffy Leo, lab., H. U. yard, h. 77 Concord 

avenue 

" Michael, engineer C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), house 120 Webster av 

" Michael, lab. Gas Co.'s Works, Third 

house 172 Winsor 
" Peter, stone cutter, b. 23 Berkshire 
" Philip, driver Charles River Street 

R'y Co., bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 
il Philip R., driver Charles R. St. R. Co 
" Stephen H., furniture polisher, Otis, 

cor. First, house 42 Vine 
'* Thomas, lab., house 55 Amory 
" Tliomas, house 130 Third 
" Thomas E., marble cutter, 53 Main, 
house at Boston 
Dufur Wm. H., fish market, 116 Hamp- 
shire, house 141 Columbia 
" Wm. H.. shoemaker (Cambridge, 
B.), h. 160 Harvard 
Dugan Edward, mason, bds. 83 Elm 

" Frank, hostler Camb. R. Co., house 

33 Flagg 
" Jane, wid. of Thomas, b. 16 Beaver 
" John, tailor, house 14 Hancock 
" Wm. (Dugan & Rutherford), free 
stone and marble worker, First, 
house at Boston 
UGAW & RUTHERFORD 
Wm. Dugan and Alexander Ruther- 
ford), free stone and marble work- 
ers, First, between Thorndike, 
and Spring, and (35 Hawley, B.) 
(see page 485) 
Duggan James, teaser N. E. Glass Works, 
house r. 6 North 
" John, sawyer, 162 Broadway, house 
at Boston [h. 61 Wright 

Duhig Daniel T., printer University Press, 
" John M.. foreman pressman (39 Arch 

B.), house 74 Wright 
" Mary A., wid. of Michael, house 89 
Hancock 
Duhn Herman, varnisher, Second, corner 

Thorndike, h. 163 Bridge 
Dukelow Peter, carpenter, b. 34 Hampshire 
Dukeshar Daniel F., carpenter, 77 Main, 
house 34 Kinniard 
'* Reuben, confectioner, 150 Broadway, 
bds. 34 Kinniard 
DuLong Reuben, pressman (179 Court, B.) 

house r. 122 Broadway 
Dumcke Albert, gilder (13.), h. 104 Sixth 
Dumont Leon, piano maker (Eliot, B.), h. 

19 Prospect 
Dumphy Joseph, lab., 169 Gore, bds. 167 

Thorndike 
Dumphy, see Dunphy 

Dunbar Chas. F., professor of Political 

Economy H. IT. , house 14 Highland 

" Frank A., inspector of Milk, office 

Central sq. and 404 Harvard, also 

physician, 14 Highland, bds. do. 



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Dunbar Geo. ( >.. teamster, State, c. Osborn 
11 James, blacksmith, .">•"> I Cambridge, 

bouse 807 do. 
" Esther W., carpenter (271 Charles, 

B.), b0U8e 7 William 

" Sarah Miss, b. 39 Hastings 
" Thomas G.. waiter, b. 71 Harvard 
" Win. II.. law student, i). ) l Highland 
Duncan An hrs< n lab., h. 27 Hancock 
•• John, blacksmith, h. 21 Brookline 
" John, clerk, 640 Main, b. 12 Pleasant 
" John F., student, bds. 22 Essex 
" Matthew, lab., h. 25 Hastings 
11 Robert, elk., 561 Main, •>• 31 Pleasanl 
" Simeon, shoemaker, 504 Main, house 

at Boston 
" Win. P., lawyer (172 Washington, 
room 8, B.), h. 22 Essex 
Dunham Anna II., wid. of Nathan, house 
22 Prospect 
" Chas. W., machinist, b. 72 Si th 
" Edward P., printer, 10 Dunster, bds. 

852 Main 
" Israel P., house 852 Main 
" Lucy A. MNs, teacher Clinch pri- 
mary school (B.), h. 40 Cherry 
Dunklee Eugene E., painter, house 45 
Sacramento 
" Oscar E , painter, b. 45 Sacramento 
" William, upholsterer, h. 3 Moore 
Dunlap Frederick B., piano action maker, 
113 Broadway, bds. 82 Wash. 
" Martha M. Mrs., h. 82 Wash. 
" Thomas, sawyer, State, cor. Osborn, 
house 249 Putnam ave. [3 East 

Dunlea Joanna, widow of Patrick, house 
'• Patrick, cabinet maker (B.\ boards 
3 East 
Dunleavey John, at Am. Tube Works 

(Somerville), h. Auburn place 
Dunlop David, upholsterer 4-20 Harvard, 
boards 410 do. 
" Judson, carpenter. Dyke, cor. De- 
Wolf, boards 02 Pleasant 
" Margaret P., widow of John, board- 
ing house 410 Harvard 
Dunn Alexander, book-keeper Riverside 
Press, hous 30^ Tremont 
" Andrew P., collar maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 25 Magazine 
" Annie Miss, clerk 127 Cambridge, 

boards 3 Fourth 
" Bartholemew, laborer 109 Gore, h. 
3 Fourth [Fairmont 

" Christine, widow of Thomas, h. 30 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 301 Camb. 
" Eliza M. Miss, boarding-bouse 

Cambridge 
" George, carpenter B & L. R. 

shop, house at Oharlestown 
" George, carpenter, h. 28 Willow 
tl James, plasterer, h 10 Magee 
" James F., bds. r. 03 Gore 
" Jane, widow of George, b. 13 He 



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Dnnn John, book finisher Riverside P 

hoard- 36 Fairmont 

" John, fireman McLean Asylum ^Som- 
erville ) . house 12:; Spring 
" John, machinist, 92 Main 

" John A. II. , wood turner, house 7 

1 linsmore court 

" John II-. salesman (450 Wash., B. . 

bds. ■'> Fourth i: pine 

11 John P., boiler maker 72 Main, house 
" John P., horseshoer Chas. R. St. R'* 

( !o., house 102 Tremont 
'■ Lydia Mrs., house 1 Shepherd's hlk., 

Charles River 
" Patrick II.. brass finisher (B.), h. 

1 Linenan's block, Tenth 
" Thomas F., tinsmith (North, B.), 

hoards 72 Gore 
" William, blower X. E. Glass Works, 

house rear 63 Gore 
" William, gardener McLean Asylum 

(Somerville), bds; 123 Spring * 
" William K., hook finisher Riverside* 

Press, house 25 Hamilton 
" see Duhn 
Dunne Patrick W.. harness maker. 565& 
Main, house at Boston 
" Richard, teamster 240 Main, hoards 
23 Berkshire 
Dunnels George B., laborer, h. r. 124 Gore 
" Jane, wid. of Samuel, h. r. 124 Gore 
Dunnigan John, laborer 169 Gore, boards 

19 Carson 
Dnnnin Arthur W., student, b. 11 Dana 
" Peter, pressman, 405 Main, house 
248 Franklin 
Dunphy Ann R. Mrs., cigars and tobacco 
138 Pleasant, bouse do. [Tr mont 
" Joanna Miss, cigar maker, house 101 
" John, painter 169 Gore, h. 27 Warren 
" Joseph. laborer 101) Gore, boards 107 

Thorndike 
" Martin H., book binder Riverside 

bindery, house 138 Pleasant 
" William, core maker. Third, corner 

Bent, house 103 Spring 
" see Dumphy 
Dunwoodie Thomas, cutter. 10 Arrow 
Dupee Charles S-. clerk, ticket office. B. & 
A. li. li- (B.). house 24 Pearl 
" Harry, coffin maker, 201 Bridge, 

house at Boston 
" Stephen G., fresco painter, house 
110 Hampshire 
Durand George E.. rubl)er worker, bouse 
Third, next the bridge 
" James, heater Am. Rubber Co. 
Durant Ahhie A. .Miss. h. 1 Westacott ct. 
" Ella I. Miss. h. 1 Westacott ct. 
" Nancy P.. widow of Reuben, bouse 
1 Westacott court 

DURANT WILLIAM B m lawyer 
(19 Congress, B.), house 9 Lowell 
(see page 503) 



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Durell Rostro G., last carrier, American 
Rubber Co. 
" seeDurrell 
Durfee Wm. H., painter, bds. 6 Cherry 
Durgan Frederick S., clerk (83 Cambridge 

B.), h. 1 Rogers brick blk., Main 
Durgin Bridget, widow of Simeon, house 
24 Charles River 
; ' George W. printer, Riverside "°ress, 

house 208 Harvard 
" Matthew, book binder, Riverside 

bindery, h. 24 Charles River 
" H. D. (H. D. & W. S. Durgin), ice 
house at Arlington 

DURGIN H. D. & W. S., 
order boxes at E. Locke's, 
North ave. and T. Stone's, 
North ave. (see page 
" W. S. (H. D. & W. S 
house at Arlington 
Durham John, mason, h. r. 36 Harvard 
p" Margaret, h. r. 36 Harvard 
Duris Anthony F., cooper, b.116 Brookline 
" Ellen, widow of Frank, h. 84 Fifth 
" Frank H., brass finisher, b. 84 Fifth 
" Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 

116 Brookline 
" Thomas J., cooper, b. 116 Brookline 
Durkee Jacob, plumber, h. 3 Austin place 
Durling Alonzo, carpenter, 173 Elm 
Durnan John, teamster, h. 248 Franklin 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 154 Franklin 
" Peter, tailor, 436J Main, house 248 

Franklin 
" Peter 1 ?., furniture mover and express 
101i Camb. and (174 Wash., B.), 
house 124 Gore 
" Wm., laborer, h. 177 Franklin 
Durno James G., pressman, house 20 Cogs- 
well avenue 
Duroy Charles W., book binder, Riverside 

Press, house 1 Salem 
Durrell Betsey G., widow of O. B. 
73 Thorndike 
" Charles P., clerk, cellar (13 
Market. B.), h. 89 Columbia 
" Oliver H., small wares (71 Bedford, 
B.), house 322 Broadway 
Duryee A., laborer, 31 Hampshire, house 

32 Cherry 
Dussault Henri, tinsmith, 104 Main, house 

Third, next the bridge 
Dustin Betsey A., widow, h. 74 Fourth 
Dutcher Georgianna P., teacher Wyman 
primary school, Spruce, bos. at 
W. Somerville 
Dutton Albert L., milkman, h. 5Q Fourth 
" Margaret Mrs., boarding house, 30 
Sidney 
Duvey Frank, furniture mover, Lyceum 
Exchange, rooms 16 Dunster 
" May Mrs., dressmaker, 16 Dunster, 
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Dwelley Charles M., finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. at So. Boston 
Dwyer Andrew F., student, bds. r. 11 Val- 
entine 
" Cornelius, h. r. 37 Washington 
" Daniel, gardener, h. 139 Elm 
" Edmond, h. 238 Broadway 
" Edmund, printer, b. 21 Charles River 
" Edward, lab., h. 21 Charles River 
'• Edward H., harness maker, 169 Gore, 
h. 9 Sixth [28 Hastings 

" James, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co., h. 
" James, glass blower, bds. 139 Elm 
" James, iron moulder, h. 149 Main 
" James, lab., h. Hilton's blk., Murray 
" James J., clerk, 88 Kirkland, bds. at 

Somerville 
" Jane, wid., h. r. 11 Valentine [Co. 
•' Jeremiah, mill hand, Amer. Rubber 
" John, bootmaker. Am. Rubber Co., 

bds. 15 Washington 
" John, laborer, bds. 2 Shepherd's blk., 
Charles River [118 Pearl 

" John, leather (248 Congress, B.), h. 
" John, teamster, bds. 13 Foster 
" John A., gate tender, B. & L. R.R. 

crossing. Prison Point, h. do. 
" John C>, tinsmith, h. 50 Amory 
" John E., bds. 118 Pearl 
" John L., painter, bds. r. 170 Norfolk 
" John P., hairdresser (10 Federal, B.), 

h. 38 Howard 
" John S., painter, h. r. 170 Norfolk 
" John T., starter, C. R. R. Co. 'West 

Boston Bridge), bds. 27h Gore 
" Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, h. 27i 

Gore 
" Matthew, blacksmith, C. R.R. Co., h. 
23 Spruce [Spruce 

" Matthew, blacksmith, 19 Gore. h. 53 
" Matthew, lab., h. r. 28 Banks 
" Michael, teamster, C. R.R. Co., h. 13 
Foster [land, h. at Somerville 

" Michael B., liquors, 8Q and 88 Kirk- 
" Michael J., printer (33 Wendell B.), 

bds. 136 Brookline 
" Patrick, cattle driver, h. r. 31 Bow 
" Patrick, lab., h. 35 Banks 
" Patrick, lab., h. r. 269 Cambridge 
*' Richard, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co. 
" Robert F., cooper, Niles Bros.,h. 175 

Cambridge 
" Thomas F., printer (106 Sudbury, 

B.), bds. 238 Broadway 
" Thomas J., teamster, First, corner 

Thorndike, h. 16 Cambridge 
" Warren W., 169 Gore, bds. 9 Sixth 
" William, cabinet niaker, Woodbury 

bldg.. Otis, h. Elm 

" William E., clerk, bds. 9 Sixth [Elm 

" William H, cabinet maker, house 143 

Dyar Charles W., musical editor, Daily 

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Dyer Charlotte T., wid. of Leighton W., h. 
Ilm;. 1 , Green 

" Edward M.. engineer <l Hamilton, 
B. i, h. 1 76 ( lambridge [ Franklin 

" Edward P., clerk, 609 Main, rooms 17 

" Fanny W., key busher, 139 Broad- 
way, bds. 8 Village 

" George F., action maker. 162 Broad- 
way, h. 49 Markel 

" Jacob A., clerk ( 130 Federal B. I, tl. 
25 Mt. Pleasant [8 Village 

" Jessie, key busher, 139 Broadway, b. 

" John, 502 Main, rooms 17 Franklin 
'*' ,Jose]n , piano maker, 20 Albany, h. 8 
Village 

" J. II., driver, C. R.R. Co. 

" Louis, asst. professor of Greek and 
Latin, H. U., bds. 104 Mt. Auburn 

" Maria, wid. of John E., b. 8 Village 

" Maria L., widow of George W., h. 56 
Erie 

" Randolph A., cabinet maker (Smith 
Organ Co., B.). b. 42 Market 

" Sarah Miss, packer, 10 Arrow 

" Simeon D., boots and shoes (133 Fed- 
eral, B.). h. 27 Mt. Pleasant 

" Thomas, stone cutter, 53 Main, h. 7 

Rogers' blk. , Main [h. do. 

Dynan Martin, liquors, 329 Cambridge, 

" Thomas F., policeman, station 2, bds. 
51 Pleasant 

" see Dinan 

EADIE JOHN, grocer, 281 Broadway, and 

114 Hampshire, h. 28 Antrim 
Eagan Harry, blacksmith, Palmer, near 
Church, h. Brattle 
" John H., mill hand, Second, corner 

Thorndike, bds. 58 Vine 
" Julia Mrs., h. 58 Vine 
" Margaret, wid. of James, h. 97 Pearl 
" Thomas, lab., h. 14 Watson [Bridge 
" William, painter, 203 Bridge, h. 149 
" see Egan, also Aigin 
Eager Edmund, peddler, h. 105 Spruce 
" Minnie F. Miss, bookkeeper, bds. 52 
Trowbridge 
Eagleson Thomas C, lab., h. 27 Grant 

" see Eggleston [Concord ave. 

Eames Carrie F. Miss, compositor, bds. 98 

" Frank J., blacksmith, C. R. R. Co., 

Dunster, h. Follen pi. 
'• H. Etta Miss, bookkeeper, boards 98 

Concord ave. 
" Henry H., Mrs., h. 98 Concord ave. 
" James H., h. 30 Pearl [Osborn 

" Marian E., bookkeeper, State, corner 
" Sarah A., wid. of L. J., h. 74 Pleasant 
" Thomas H., h. 99 Concord ave. 
Earl Henrv. pressman, Universitv Press, h. 
r. 82 Oxford [63 Oxford 

" William, travelling salesman (B.),h. 
Early Cormick, polisher, 162 Broadway, h. 
79 Hastings 



Early James Duff 6 Earlj . 296 

( lambridge, b. al Boston 
" John, bootmaker. 15 Brown, h. do. 
Easly Christopher, fish-rod maker i<» 

Friend, B.), h. 3 1 I rnion 
Easl Cambridge Clnh Stable, First, c. Otii 
" Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank, 

80 ( ambridge 
" Cambridge Post-office, 129 Cambridge 
" Cambridge Station, B. & \.- R.R., fool 

Third | Squii 

" John \\'.. teamster, 169 Gore, house 1 

Easter Frederick X.. blacksmith and horse* 

shoer, 355 North ave.. b. at Somer- 

ville 

" Robert S.. blacksmith. 355 North ave.. 

h. 15 Bice [ave., bds. 15 Rice 

" William A., carriagesmith, 355 North 

Eastabrook Annie B. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

22 Mill 
" Edward E., mason, h. 22 Mill 
Easterbrooks Moses P., calendered Amer. 

Rubber Co., h. 12 Berkshire pi. 
Eastman Charles A., fireman, F. U.K.. bds. 

Holyoke House 
" Charles B.. asst. bookkeeper (216 

Devonshire, B.), bds. 8 Roseland 
" Charles E., janitor. Holyoke House, 

h. do. [way, h. 3 Sodon 

" Franklin C, reed maker. 162 Broad- 
" George, supt. , Boston Diatite Co. 

(172 Oliver, B.). h. 8 Roseland 
" John, carpenter, 14 Pearl, h. 5 Ash- 
burton pi. 
Easton Thomas H., granite cutter. Aver 's 

wharf, Third, house rear 62 Winsor 
" Bertha L. Miss, book-keeper, 154 

North avenue, boards 11 Forest 
" Charles F. (177 Court, B.), house 8 

Essex 
" Charles S., salesman, C. H. Xorth & 

Co. (Somerville), h. 5.3 Gore 
" Edward H., clerk, 617 Main, boards 

3 Prospect 
" Eliza A. Mrs., h. 14 Bath 
" Elvira M. Mrs., millinery and dress- 
making. 195 Xorth ave., h. do. 
" Frederick M., upholsterer, 2 Summer 

h. do. 
" George D., Jr.. yard master. B. & L. 

R. R.. Prison Point, h. at Lynn 
" Helena V., teacher Reed-street pri- 
mary school, bds. 13 Walden 
" Henry C , pay-master, American 

Rubber Co.. Ninth, h. 144 Spring 
•' Jacob, h. 8 Winsor "[B 

" John J., head cook. Mem. Hall. h. at 
" Joseph L. R., butcher, h, 6 Kice 
' ; Osgood, organ-tuner. 162 Broadway, 

h. at Reading [511 ('ambridge 

" Warren A., police station 3 house 
" Woodman, apprentice, 8 Brattle, bds. 

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Eayrs Albert H.. apothecary, 209 Broad- 
way, house at Jamaica Plain 
•' see Ayres and Ayers [YVinsor 

Eberhardt Jacob J., boo -binder, house 49 
Ebert George, iron worker, Boston Bridge 
Works, Sixth, h. at Somerville 
" Michael, iron worker, Boston Bridge 
Works, Sixth, h. at East Boston 
Ecker Charles N., jeweler (Washington, 
B.), bds. 5 Union 
" Joseph L., teacher of piano, 5 Union 

house at So. Boston 
" Leopold, shoemaker (62 Sudbury, 

B.),h. 5 Union 
" Louise, glass stenciler, 502 Main 
Eckert Valentine, janitor, Beck Hall, h. do. 
Eckler Thomas J., coat maker, Am. Rub- 
ber Co. 
Eckles David, collector, h. 32 Andrew 
Edberg John M., cabinet maker, Otis, cor. 

First, rooms 88 Thorndike 
Eddy Caleb F. (Emerson, Eddy & Co.), h. 
at West JSTewton 
" George W. (Emerson, Eddy & Co.), 

h. at West Newton 
" I. W. Mrs., h. 715 Cambridge 
" Margaret, widow of Martin, house 3 

Jackson 
" see Eadie 
Edgar John S., cabinet-maker, Woodbury 
building, Otis, h. 36 Winsor [do. 
Edge Philip J., hairdresser, 445 Main, rms. 
Edgerly Daniel W., special examiner, U. 
S. pension office (Post-office build- 
ing, B.), h. 84 Green 
" D. Mark, physician, 84 Green, h. do. 
" Martha, widow of Samuel S., house 
225 Franklin [h. 13 Third 

" William A., carpenter ( Arlington), 
Edserton Charles C, fruit (6 Cambridge, 

B.), h. 132 Harvard 
Edgett Edwin F., bds. 344 Pearl 
" Reuben, carpenter, h. 314 Pearl 
" William H., carpe .ter, h. 6 Cherry 
Edgeworth Susan Mrs., dressmaker, 110 

Otis, bds. do. 
Edginton William H., sawyer, State, cor. 

Osborn, h. 48 Clark 
Edkins Edward, mason, bds. 4 Berkshire 
Edmands George, safe maker, 17 Main, h. 
155 do. 
" Harry C, clerk (19 Commercial, B.) 

boards 17 Weudell 
" J. Raynor, asst. at Observatory, h. 

Garden, opp. Bond 
" Martha A. Mrs., h. 29 Avon 
4 ' Millie M. , widow of Samuel P. , house 
17 Wendell 
Edmonds James ^Edmonds & Hayden"), 
carpenter, 52 Cambridge, h. 407 do. 
" William A., pressman, 636 Main, b. 

407 Cambridge 
" & Haydcn (James Edmonds and Rob- 
ert Hay den), carpenters, 52 Camb. 



Edmunds Peter, laborer, 113 Broadway, h. 

11 Hunting 
Edmundson Letitia, widow of Samuel, h. 

33 Washington 
" Samuel J., iron moulder, Third, cor. 

Bent, house 33 Washington 
Edson Edward B., bookbinder' (B.), h. 23 
Cherry 
" EmmaC. Miss, teacher, Corlett gram- 
mar school, boards at Boston 
" Frank A., painter, h. 21 Green 
" Geo. A., driver (99 Sudbury, B.), b. 

53 Cherry 
" L. A., driver Boston Ice Co., Prison 

Point, house at Chas'n [Flagg 

Edwards Charles, waiter, Mem. Hall, h. 27 
" Chas. D., hostler, h. 41 Hastings 
" Frank P., porter (208 State, B.) b. 
37 Spruce [Somerville 

" George, clerk, 126 Inman, boards at 
" Herbert, clerk, bds. 37 Spruce 
" John, hairdresser (B.), house 115 

Columbia 
" John H., teamster, h. 23 Mill 
" Joseph, driver U.S. Mail wagon, 44 

Bridge, bds. at Chas'n 
" J., driver, C. R.R. Co. 
" Lewis A., surveyor, 603 Main, bds. 

37 Spruce [bds. 23 Hunting 

" Michael, laborer, Waverly c. Talbot, 
" Russell S., produce (15 Blackstone, 

B.), h. 37 Spruce 
" Sarah E., widow of Orrin, h. 63 Otis 
" Thomas J., foreman of bootmakers', 

Am. Rubber Co., h. 22 Berkshire 
" Truman G., asst, book-keeper (85 

Devonshire, B.), h. 117 Auburn 
" Wellington, laborer, 91 Broadway, 

bds. 94 Webster ave. 
" William, pedler, h. 23 Hunting 
" Win. J., painter, r. 14 Boylston, h. 

6dh Mt. Auburn [Pearl 

Egan Catherine A. Mrs., book folder, b. 97 

" Ellen, widow of Martin, house 216 

Franklin 
" James, peddler, h. 24 Hunting 
" James E., laborer, b. 97 Pearl 
" James J., driver, h. 60 Waverly 
" John, teamster, b. 72 Brookline 
" Margaret, widow of James, house 97 

Pearl 
" Mary Mrs., h. rear 17 Baldwin 
" Mary L. Miss, book-keeper, 7 Har- 
vard sq. , b. 216 Franklin 
" Michael, painter. 660 Main, house at 

Somerville [do. 

" Michael, teamster, 72 Brookline, h. 
" Patrick, laborer, 166 River, house 21 

Valentine 
" Timothy, teamster, b. 72 Brookline 
" see Eagen, also Aigin 
Egbris William, feeder, Camb. R. R. Co., 

Harvard sq. stable, h. 8 Dinsmore 

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(6Camb., B.), b. 182 Harvard 

44 Chas. S., b. 137 Oxford [folk 

Eggleston ('has. II., machinist, h. Ill Nor- 

l ' Elizabeth, widow of Lorenzo, house 

31 Norfolk 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 2 Foster 
" Julia E. L. Miss, book-keeper, 103 

Cambridge, b. Ill Norfolk 
11 Thos. S., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, boards 

2 Foster 
" see also Eagleson 
Egleston Thos. C, janitor, h. 27 Grant 
Eich Christian P., hairdresser, 420 Har- 
vard, h. 52 Boylston 
EiffertEdw., machinist, B. & L. 11. R. 

shop, h. at Wilmington 
Eisen Julius, baker, h. 419 Cambridge 
Ekberg Hans, tailor, h. 172 Hampshire 
Eklof John A., eabinet maker, 44 Canib., 

h. at Somerville 
Ela Alfred, insurance (25 Congress, B.), 
house 13 Ash 
44 Lucia Mrs , h. 13 Ash 

ELA RICHARD (Standard Turning 
Works), 122 Broadway, and (25 Con- 
gress, B.), h. 13 Ash (see outside 
back cover) 
" Walter, physician, 39 Brattle, h. do. 
Elcock Win., laborer, b. 63 Harvard 
Elder Josie S., widow, h. 25 State 

44 Samuel, servant, 228 Brattle, h. 101 

Cushing 
" Samuel, stenographer (234 Devon- 
shire, B.), b. 648 Cambridge 
Elderd Alice M., widow of Jordan, house 
1 Linehan's block, Tenth 
•' Geo. H., brakeman, F. R. R., boards 
7 Carson 
Eldredge Henry C, book -binder (47 Frank- 
lin, B.), boards 119 Green 
44 Seth N., meat carver (Parker House, 

B.), h. Hotel Austin 
" Thomas P., iron worker, house 6 
Rogers' block, Main 
Eldridge Benjamin S., salesman, house 29 
River [Somerville 

" Geo., plumber, 12 Harvard row, h. at 
" Geo. B., book-keeper, b. 15 Andrew 
" Harmony P. Mrs., matron, Alms 

House, Tannery, h. do. 
44 Julia Mrs., dressmaker, 18 Upton, 

house do. 
44 Martin L. , warden, Alms House, 

Tannery, house do. 
" Orrin, foreman of stable, Boston Ice 
Co. , Prison Point, h. at Oharlestown 
" OsmanP., hairdresser, 426 Harvard, 

b. 31 Holyoke 
44 Samuel W., telegrapher (109 State, 
B.), house 58 Magazine 
Elertson Emil, painter, b. 15 Walnut ct. 
Eliot Chas., landscape gardener, boards 17 
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Kliot Chas. W.. pres., II. I'., office, 5 Uni- 
versity Hall, bouse 17 Quincy 

44 Jesse L. R., student, b. 22 Lee 

" John, leather belling (! ( ,V.> Devon- 
shire. li. ; . h. 22 Lee 

" Samuel, b. 17 Quinc 

44 Wm. S., clerk (1*. ()., B.), b. 22 Lee 

" see Elliot, see Elliott 
Elkins Alonzo, trav. salesman (87 Court. 
B.), house 49 Norfolk [North 

44 Edward, cutter, N. E. Glass Works, 
Ellgner Julius, laborer. Revere Sugar Be 

finery, h. 24 Winter 
Elliot Chas. E., merchant tailor (419 Wash. 
B.), h. 6 Mt. Auburn 

44 Frank, clerk (B.), h. 14£ Clark 

44 Geo. L. , barrel dealer, Gore, h. 33 
Fourth 

44 George T. , proof reader, Riverside 
Press, house at Allston 

44 Grace Miss, b. 22 Bigelow 

41 Herbert, book-keeper (150 Charles- 
town, B.), h. 59 Brattle 

44 John B., photographer (1)9 Boylston, 
B.), h. 22 Bigelow 

44 Keed L. , modeller (Federal, B.), b. 
22 Bigelow 

44 Silas H. (13 Sears building, B.), 
rooms 6 Mt. Auburn 
Elliott Chas. C. receiver, Chas. R. St. Ry. 
Co., 117 Hampshire, rooms 14 Park 

44 Grace Miss, b. 14 Trowbridge 

44 James R., clerk, rooms 79 Pearl 

44 Levi, conductor. Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 

44 Levi, driver, Chas. R. St. By. Co. 

44 Wm. (Wm. Elliott & Co.), carriage 
mnfr. , Boylston, c. Murray, h. 33 
Willard [22 Second 

44 Wm. J., teamster (93 Broad, B.), h. 

ELLIOTT WILLIAM & CO. 
(Wm. Elliott and Wm. H. Brunt). 

carriage mnfrs. , Boylston, corner 

Murray (see p. 482) 
44 see Eliot and Elliot 
Ellis Alexander, hackman (129 Eliot, B.), 

house 18 Market 
44 Benj. W., h. 17 Mellen 
44 Benj. W., Jr., civil engineer, City 

Hall, boards 17 Mellen 
44 Bessie Miss, book folder, b. 28 Sidney 
44 David, produce (37 So. Market, B ). 

house 117 North av. 
44 D. Warren, produce (21 Merchants 

row, B.), h. 8 Walnut av. 
44 Edward, machinist, 356 Main 
44 Edward, stone cutter, 10 Bridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
41 Emmons R. , produce (50 South Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 87 North avenue 
44 Frank, machinist, bds. 28 Sidney 
44 Frank E. , steam fitter (16 Oliver. 

B.), h. 117 Spring 
44 Fred, helper, Albany, h. 28 Sidney 



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Ellis Hanora Miss, dressmaker, bds. 18 
Market 
" Harriet A., widow of Charles H., h. 

20 Eighth 
" Harry, produce (37 South Market, 

B.), house 42 North avenue 
" Herbert W., clerk, 274 Broadway, b. 

225 do. 
" Hervey D., house 28 Sidney 
" James, furniture (So. Boston), h. 

513 Broadway 
«' James B., book-keeper, 485 Main, b. 

402 do. 
" James J., porter, h. 34 Amory 
" Joanna widow of Rudolph, house 105 

Spring [River 

*' John, sawyer, 3 Hampshire, bds. 42 
" John G., blacksmith (B. & A. R. R., 

B.), house 87 River 
" J. Russell, produce (50 South Market 

B.), h. 54 North avenue 
" Louis A., widow uf Samuel, house 15 

Greenough avenue 
" Mellen F., h. 106 Columbia 
" Myra I. Miss, teacher, Harvard 

grammar school, bds. 15 Greenough 

avenue 
" Osborne, clerk, h. 103 Columbia. 
« Ralph J., clerk {66 South, B.), bds. 

87 River [Winsor 

" Robert E., clerk, 400 Main, rms. 9 
" Stearns R., boarding stable, 106 Ox- 
ford and produce (50 South Market 

B.), house 22 Forest 
" Theodore C, carpenter, h. 105 Spring 
" Thomas F., uriver, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., bds. 18 Market 
<l Timothy J., bookbinder (47 Frank- 
lin, B.), bds. 18 Maiket 
*' Wm., house 18 Market 
" Wm. F., teamster, h. 12 Porter 
Ellison Andrew, painter, h. 22 Flagg 

" Charles, clerk, Prospect House, 596 

Main, bds. do. 
*' Nahum, clerk, h. 77 Pearl 
<( Samuel George, cooper, 129 Gore, b. 

rear 143 do. 
«' Thomas J., brass finisher, house. 27 

Cambridge 
" Willard, clerk (Sudbury, B„), house 

Hotel Wentworth, 9 Essex 
" Willard B., bds. 77 Pearl 
Ellsworth Edwin S., bds. 46 Winthrop 
Elm John L., cabinet maker, 17 Main, bds. 

77 Washington 
Elm Mary J., widow of Wilkes, bds. 13 
Walnut court [Gore 

Elms George B., salesman, 137 Gore, h. 92 

" Harry, laborer, house 2 Jordan pi. 
Elsbree James H., compositor (128 Pur- 
chase, B.), h. 81 River 
" James H. Mrs., dressmaker, 81 River 

house do. 



Elwell Mary Elizabeth, widow of James 

B.). house 33 Fourth 
Elword Eaden, elk. (23 F. H. Market,B.), 

house 13 Fourth 
" James H. Mrs., dressmaker, 81 

River, house do. [do. 

" James, teamster, 169 Gore, h. 145 
" Joseph W., clerk, bds. 182 Norfolk 
" Lizzie Mrs., h. 182 Norfolk 
" Thomas, teamster, 169 Gore, house 

151 do. 
Emerson Charles, confectioner, 503 Main, 
house 49 Wright 
" Charles H. (^Emerson, Eddy & Co.), 

h. at South Framingham 
" Eddy & Co. (Charles H. Emerson, 

Calef F. Eddy and George W. 

Eddy), hay, Prison point, next draw 

bridge (53 State, rm. 22, B.) 
" Elizabeth, teacher, High school 
" Frank, clerk (3 Tremont Row, B.), 

h. 100 Hancock 
" George B., carpenter, h. 150 Charles 
" George F., clerk, 162 Broadway, h. 

at East Somerville [Cabe 

" George H., painter (B.), h. 7 Mc 
" Helen F., widow of George B., h. 4 

Upton 
" Henry, h. 4 Emerson block, Mt. 

Pleasant 
" Henry L., trader, h. 106 A'lstcn 
" Joanna C. Mrs., h. 12 Cogswell av. 
" Mary A., widow, h. 378 Broadway 
" Mary F. Miss, teacher, Harvard 

grammar school, bds. 378 B'dway 
" Rosa K. Mrs., h. 56 Putnam av. 
" Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 
confectionery, 503 Main, h. 766 do. 
" Thurlow A., broker (B.), house 30 

Bigelow 
" Wm. H., molasses (40 Central, B.), 

house 395 Broadway 
Emerton Clara Miss, teacher, Harvard 

grammar school, bds. 686 Main 
" Ephraim, prof. Ecclesiastical History, 

H. U., house 58 Shepard 
Emery Diantha, house 72 School 

'* George D., lumber (Chelsea), h. 37 

Mellen 
" Harriet, widow, bds. 85 Brattle 
" John B., salesman (71 Bedford, B.), 

house 760 Main 
" Lindsay N. , salesman (13 Faneuil 

Hallsq.. B.), b. 291 Pearl 
" Manning, broker (28 State, room 10, 

B.), h. 15 Buckingham 
" Margaret, widow of Henry, house 13 

Webster avenue 
" Melville T-, salesman (14 Faneuil 

Hallsq.,B.),h. 291 Pearl 
" Nancy It., widow of Samuel, bds. 17 

Shepard [Shepard 

" Samuel, tinsmith, 600 Main, house 17 



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Emery Beavey 1)., salesman (1 Faneuil 
Hall market,B.), h. 12 William 

" AY in., planer, (Mis, cor. First 

" Win. II., printer, University Press, 

bouse 1 1 1 Mt. Auburn 
" Woodward, lawyer (02 Sears bldg., 
B.), hou»e 160 Brattle 
Emlo dames, Laborer, bds. 4 Gray place 
Emmel Charles, wood carver, ((460 Har- 
rison av., B.),h.l28 Otis 
" Win., wood carver (400 Harrison av. 
B.), bds. 128 Otis 
Emmons Alice E. Mrs., confectionory, etc. 
57 Inman, house do. [man 

'* Frank R. , machinist (B.), h. 57 In- 
Emory Susan P., h. 2 ( J0 North avenue 
Endicott Henry, office, 350 Main, house 38 

Columbia 
Endres George, wood carver, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house 71 Spring 
" George E., paper hanger, bds. 71 
Spring 
Engal Stephen, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 
101 Broadway 
" Thomas, boiler maker, 92 Main, bds. 
101 Broadway 
England Amos, carpenter, h. 38 Ellery 
" Edward, carpenter, bds. 15 Earwell 
place [av. 

" George, carpenter, h. 32 Cogswell 
" Jas. . carpenter, h. 32 Cogswell av. 
England John, carpenter, h. 77A Butnam 
ave. 
" Wm., boarding, 15 Earwell place 
Engley Amanda wid. of Wm. E. h. 3 r. 14 
Norfolk 
" Edward E., blower, N. E. Glass 
Works, h. 29 Winter 
Ennis Daniel D., machinist B. & L. R. R. 
shop, h. 7 Leigh ton court 
" Erederic J., machinist's apprentice 
B. &L. R. R. shop, b. 7Leighton ct. 
Enos Emanuel, lab., 3 Hampshire 

" Joseph, laborer, 3 Hampshire, house 

19 Gore 
" Wm. R., lab., h. 23 Washington 
Enwright Robert, driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., h. at Somerville 
Episcopal Theological School, Brattle, n. 

Mason 
Epps John, hostler, North ave. stable, 
Camb. R. R, Co. 
" John T. hostler, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
stable, h. 23 Hastings 
Erath Henry, sausage maker, 109 Gore, b. 

Fred A. Heyn's, Eighth 
Ernhardt Rudolph, brass finisher, Otis, n. 

First, h. 2 Eighth 
Erickson Alfred, mariner, h. 79 Brattle 
" Charles E., safe maker, 17 Main, h. 

at Somerville 
" Christopher, tailor (B), h. 27 Cherry 
" Edward, 17 Main 
" Eric A., car builder, h. 30 Banks 



Erickson P. T., piano-case maker, 20 Al- 
bany, h. 6 Roger*' blk., Washing! d 

" .John, painter, (B.) h. 50 Spring 

" , h. 1 Rogers' blk., Wash. 

Ericsson Eric (John A. Hedin & Co.) fur- 
niture, etc., 232 and 234 Camb., b. 

80 Kirkland 
Erlandsen Carl, painter, h. 72 Waverly 

Eshman Peter, laborer, h. Hilton pi. 
" Wm., teamster, bds. Hilton pi. 
Essem Joseph, engineer, b. 13ti Pearl 
Estabrook George A., action maker, 113 
Broadway, h. 414 Main 
" John, butcher, Frank, h. 135 Frank- 
lin 
" Joseph D., salesman (5 Chauncy, B.) 

h. Wash, ave., n. Arlington 
" Joseph W., produce (47 and 48 North 

Market, B.), h. 221 Harvard 
" see Easterbrook, also Esterbrook 
Estaver Frederick, printer, b. r. 30 Front 
tk Wm. A., machinist (50 Bromfield. 
B.), h. r. 50 Front 
Estee H. F. Miss, manager Western Union 
Tel. Office, 022^ Main, bds. 10 Mt. 
Auburn 
Esterbrook Wm., porter (0 Fulton, B.), h. 

55 Cedar 
Estes Ivory P., carpenter, 22 Palmer, h. 
34 Ash 
'• Zenas C, foreman Niles Bros., Con- 
cord ave., h. at Boston 
Esty Elizabeth Mrs., house 27 Jay 
Esty Jonathan L. , compositor (324 Wash., 

B,), h. 49 Essex 
Etherington Frank, carpenter, Dyke, cor. 
De Wolf, bds. 05£ Western ave. 
" Thomas, carpenter, Dyke, cor. De 
Wolf, h. 05^ Western ave. 
Ettinger Isaac, driver, A. T. Jenness & 

Co.'s express, h. 4 Riverside place 
Eustace Alexander, peddler, h. 3 Lake 

•' Ann, widow of Jas., h. 10 Fourth 
Eustis Abbie B., widow, h. 19 Cottage 
" Albert S., com. mer. {do Kilby, B.), 

h. 21 Forest 
" Frank I. (^Gilmore & Eustis), prop. 
Camb. Rolling Mill, 120 Portland, 
h. Bond, n. Concord ave. 
" Herbert H. (Jaques & Eustis) cable 

mnfr. 25 Main, h. at N. Y. 
" Mary N. Miss, bds. 19 Cottage 
Evans Charles C. , clerk, b. 150 Mt. Auburn 
" Chas. H., planer, 113 Broadway, h. 

Rockingham, n. Henry 
" Elizabeth, widow, h. 08 Pleasant 
" Elizabeth, widow of Geo., h. 03 Gore 
" George, coachman, bds. 10 Magee 
" George S., chief clerk, R. M. S.. 
(room 52 P. O. building, B.), h. 23 
Hamilton 
" Harry S., hairdresser, 7 Boylston, b 
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" Henrietta, Miss, dressmaker, 150 

Mt. Auburn, Ms. do. 
" Henry B., provisions (22 Faneuil 

Hall square, 13.), h. 106 Inman 
" John H., teamster, State, cor. Osborn 
" Joseph, saw filer, h. 6 Somerset 
ll Louisa, widow of Henry, h. 76 Spring 
" Mercy E. Miss, teacher, Mason pri- 
mary school, bds. G8 Pleasant 
" Richard, gardener, h. 24 Hudson pi. 
" Robert D., president and agent Am. 
Rubber Co., Rotter and Ninth and 
(59 Franklin, B,), house at Boston 
" Thomas, carriage-smith, 181 Hamp- 
shire, bds. at Somerville 
" Wm., carriage-trimmer, h. 150 Mt. 

Auburn 
'• William, painter, 460 Main, bds. at 

Boston 
" Wm., Jr., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

h. 5 Hilliard pi. 
" Wm. L., book-keeper (95 Union, B.) 

h. 67^ Western ave. 
" Wm. O., prop., Ross House, 7 Broad- 
way, bds. do. 
Evarts John G. (Alfred Yates & Co.), 
bricks, etc., 69 Main 
" Maxwell, student, H. U., rooms 97 
Mt. Auburn 
Everett B. W. Mrs., h. 9 Sacramento 

" J. Harry, canvasser, b. 51 Fairmont 
Eveleth Dana A. Miss, teacher, Shepard 
school, bds. 134 North ave. 
" Fred W., teacher, High Scnool, h. 23 

Garden 
" Wm. H., supt. H. U. grounds, h. 6 
North ave. 
Everett Charles Clement, clerk, Riverside 
Press, boards at Allston 
" Charles C, Bussey Rrof. of Theol- 
ogy, Harvard University, and Dean 
of the Divinity faculty, house 53 
Garden 
" Edward F., insurance (48 Kilby, B.) 
h. 31 Sacramento [William 

" Eliza J., Mrs., dressmaker, house 5 
'■' Herbert, engraver (B.), boards 295 

Broadway 
< ; Josiah S., clerk (274 State, B.), h. 

55 Fifth 
" J. H., trav. salesman h. 51 Fairmont 
" Rebecca F., widow, h. 62 Thorndike 
" Stevens Mrs., h. 23 Berkeley 
" William, box-maker, First, c. Thorn- 
dike, h. at Charlestown 
" William A., h. 23 Berkeley 
Everiss Henry, glass cutter (B.), h. 381 

North avenue 
Ewell Charles, h. 39 Linngean 

" Charlotte A. Miss, teacher, Agassiz 
school, b. 39 Linnsean 
Ewer Clara G. Mrs., clerk (State House, 
B.), b. 56 Austin 



Ewer Henrietta Mrs., h. 35 Cottage • 

Eyre Carrie L. Miss, paper boxmaker (B.), ^ 

bds. 10 Blanche ■ ® 

" Esther B. Miss, book sewer, bds. 10 I £j 

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Harriet M., widow of Charles E. 
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" Hattie F. Miss, teacher Allstcn gram-^ 
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" Joshua E., livery-stable, 518 and 520 *i -g 

Camb., h. 92^ Inman r-^ £> 

Facey John F., compositor Riverside Press, # £ 

b. 46 Fairmont ^ GC 

" John P., pressman Riverside Press, ^ g 

h. 46 Fairmont q-i O 

Fagan James, laborer, h. r. 117 Pleasant ® x 

•• Joseph P., stone cutter, First, near >j >i 

Spring, h. at Boston 3 © 

Fahey Edward, washer, 565i Main, bds. 68 H W 

School O 

" James, laborer, h. 34 Willow to 

" Margaret Mrs., h. 3, r. 18 Sparks ^ 

" Peter, laborer C. H North's (Somer- f f\ 

ville), b. 8 Stevens' court r 

" Thomas, drain-pipe maker, 132 Main, L^ 

h. 8 Harrison [do. ^ 

Fahy John L., grocer, 120 Third, h. 122 f jA 
Fairbairn Andrew S., car driver, bds. 22 \T^ 

Eighth [house, 22 Eighth H ( 

" Catherine, widow of John, boarding- j 
" George H , driver (291 Dorchester, Qtj 

B.), b. 22 Eighth '""j 

" John R., deputy sheriff and insurance ^^ 

agent, 166 Camb., h. do. ^^ 

" Robert H., driver, C. R. R. Co.,b. 22 f ) 

Eighth v ~ / 

" William H., salesman, 170 Thorndike, w » 

b. 22 Eighth q^ 

Fairbank Alfred T., clerk(23 TremontroAv, ^V 

B.),b. 14 Plymptou [Plympton f ^ 

" Anna C, widow of Elbridge, h. 14 1 T 1 

" George E., h. 14 Plympton 

" Thomas, carpenter, h. 1 Banks Q^\ 

Fairbanks Charles H., agent J. Cnshing & ^^^ 

Co., Regent, b. at So. Acton ""^ 

" David, dyer Amer. Net and Twine *™"^ 

Co., foot Second, h. at Wakefield L^ 
" Frank H., clerk, Fairbanks & Neale's v 

(Howard, B.). h. 89 Norfolk *-H 

" John W., American Net and Twine ^^ 

Co., foot Second and (43 Connner- ^-H 

cial, B.), h. 110 North ave. 

FAIRBANKS LEVI (Fairbanks & 
Neale), mineral waters, etc., under h— "\ 
Howard Athenaeum (Howard, Bos- y—J 
ton), house 87 Norfolk (see map) r T 
" Martha J., widow of Horatio, house Mh 

7 Norfolk [North ave. 

" Sarah H,, widow of Nathaniel, b. 110 f*H 
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Fairchild John II. Mrs., teacher of drawing 
and painting, h. 56 .Mt. ,\ aburn 

Fairfield Kdward T., carpenter, Front, cor. 
Main, h. 72 Winaor 

11 Sophronia A. Miss, matron kinder- 
garten school, 41 Holyoke, b. do. 
Kales Antoinette C, widow of Lewis T., 
h. ( larver, opp. Wendell 

" Damon W., salesman (3 Bowdoinsq., 

B.), h. Carver, opp. Wendell 
" llelan II., traveling agent (69 Clin- 
ton, B.), h. 29 Norfolk 
" Sue 13. Mrs., lecturer, h. 14 Front 
Fall Edward B. (Wentworth & Fall), pro- 
visions, 471 Main, h. 88 School 
" John, laborer, Waverly, c. Talbot 
Faller Bridget, widow of Benedict, h. 112 

Spring [line 

Fallon Ann, widow of Patrick, h. 128 Brook - 
" Ann, widow of Thomas, h. 6£ Grant 
»« Bernard, city laborer, h. 99 Brook- 
line 
" Bridget, widow, h. 222 Franklin 
" Catherine Mrs., h. r. 116 Brookline 
" Christopher, stone-cutter, house 234: 

Franklin 
" Daniel, cooper, b. r. 116 Brookline 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 222 Franklin 
" James, janitor gymnasium H. U., b. 

6^ Grant 
" John, painter, h. 6£ Grant 
*' John, painter, h. 18 Magee 
" Lawrence, gardener, h. 133 Webster 

avenue 
" Martin, painter, 28 Banks, h. do. 
" Michael city laborer, house 128 

Brookline 
" Michael F., b. 67 Amory 
" Stephen 1)., tinsmith, 244 B'dwy, rms. 

60 Columbia 
" Wm., painter (B.), h. 10l£ Tremont 
Falls Alonzo B., engineer B. & L. R. R.,h, 

105 Otis 
4i Joseph, asst. engineer, State, c. Os- 

born, h. 37 Elmer 
" Maude M. Miss, librarian, law library, 

Court House, Third, h. 105 Otis 
Fait Frank A., lithographer (B.), b. Jos. 

Falt's, Waverly 
" Fred A., carpenter, b. Jos. Falt's, 

Waverly [of Fort Washington 

" Joseph, carpenter, h. Waverly, east 

Falvey Michael, helper B. & L. R. R. shop 

" Michael, teamster A. McDonald, Mt. 

Auburn, h. McDonald 
" Michael, blacksmith's helper B. & L. 

R. R. shop, h. 159 Bridge 
" Patrick, car washer B. & M. R. R., b. 

159 Bridge 
Fanjoy Hadley J., machinist, 17 Main 
Fanning Edward, painter, 642 Main, h. 

Pearl 
Faraday Electric Cable Works, Jacques & 

Eustis, prop., 25 Main 



Farley Gruatavaa, storage 38 India wharf 

B.). h. 16 Lowell 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 92 Third 

Farmer Jesse, b. 1 1 Prospect 
" Joseph .v.. laborer, 184 Broadway, 
I). »<; Winsor [Winsor 

^ " Joseph B., clerk, 153 Harvard, h. 46 
Famands John, fisherman, h. foot Second 

" Louise, widow, h. ] ] Fourth St. pi. 
Farnham Aaron, b. 34 Ash 

li Edwin, physician, 4 Story, h. do. 
" Elmer A., printer, b. 3 Charles Kiver 
11 George Y., teamster, 172 Pearl, h. 16 
Valentine [!*.), h. 3 Dover 

" Wilbert D., Jr., flour (36 Commerce, 
Farnsworth Charles H., physician, 170 
Cambridge, house do. 
■' J. H., cabinet maker, State, corner 
I >>born. h. at Charlestown 
Farnum Cera F., express (State, c. Wash. 
B.). house 21 William 
" Sylvester B., machinist, 92 Main, h. 

2J7 Broadway 
" Wm. R., cutters', helper Am. Rubber 
Co., boards 72 Harvard [408 Main 
Farquhar Hedley, clerk (80 Canal. B.), b. 
Farr Wm., clerk (2 Tremont, B.), bds. 3 
Green [59 Sixtli 

*' Wm. C, oculist (Howard, B.), house 
Farrar Augusta, wid. of Nahum F., b. 24 
Farwell place [Hancock 

Farrell Catherine, wid. of Edward, h. 11 
" Dennis J., laborer, h. 4 Gore 
" Edward (Farrell & Nagle), slaughter 
house, foot of F rank, h. at Brighton 
", Ellen, wid. of Thomas, h. 8 Rogers' 
block, Main [well av. 

" James E., blacksmith, house 30 Cogs- 
" John, blacksmith, B. iL. R. R. shop, 
h. at Somerville [Lowell 

" John, machinist, 225 Bridge, h. at 
" John H., inspector of vinegar, Cen- 
tral sq. building, Western avenue, 
h. 73 Inman 
" Matthew, h. 8 Hastings 
" Matthew, lab. C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 23 Seventh 
" Michael J., laborer, b. 4 Gore 
" Micah J., salesma i (115 Wash., B.), 
h. 89 Auburn [87 Brookline 

11 Robert A., clerk (119 North, B.) h., 
" Wm., teamster, 336 Main 
" & Nagle (Edward Farrell and Win. 
Nagle), slaughter house and wool 
pullers, foot of Frank 
Farren Geo. W., h. (JS Sidney 
Farricy James, moulding finisher, boards 
rear 9 Short 
11 Margaret, wid. of Patrick, h. r. 9 Short 
Farrington Chas. R., clerk (4 Chauncv, B.) 
b. 894 Mai i 
" C. J., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
11 Elmira C, wid. of Josiah C. R., h. 
tdi Main 



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Farrington Frank H., piano stringer, 284 

Main, h. at Boston 
" Henry E., grocer, 153 North avenue 

h. 8 lien 
" Thomas F., book-binder (47 Franklin 

B.)r h. 100 Hampshire 
Farrisee John, laborer 169 Gore, h. 44 Porter 
Farrow James E., blacksmith, 270 North 

ay., h. 30 Cogswell av. 
" Wm. D., waiter, h. 39 Washington 
Farry Catherine, wid. of Patrick, h. r. 29 

VVinthrop 
" John, laborer, b. r. 29 Winthrop 
Farwell Bertram H. (Yerxa & Farwell), 

grocers, 144 Cambridge, house 273 

North avenue 
" Charles H., cook, house 16 River 
" Edgar P., clerk (34 Hawley, B.), h. 

71 Sidney [Sidney 

" Eugene P., teamster, 10 Arrow, h. 69 
" George F., teamster (34 Hawley, B.) 

h. 95 Austin 
" James K., supt. Cambridge cemetery, 

Coolidge avenue, h. 273 North av. 
" Joseph R., com. mer. (30 Commerce, 

B.), h. 114 Prospect 
' i Jotham A. , packer Amer. Express Co. 

(122 Canal, B.), h. 106 Thorndike 
" Stephen P. Mrs., h. 101 Trowbridge J 
Fatal John J., clerk IT. S. Sub-Treasury 

(Devonshire, B. j, h. 7 Lincoln 
Fate Andrew W., cooper, C. H. North & 

Co. (Somerville), rms. 127i Camb. 
Faucett Richard, tinsmith. 12 Brattle, h. at 

Boston [h. 21 Flagg 

Faulkner George, at (Mystic whf , Chas'n) 

• ' Geo. W . , wheelwright 248 Mt. Auburn 

h. at Arlington 
" Richard, carpenter, b. 37 Willard 
Fawcett Robert, hay and grain, 360 Camb., 

h. 11 Leighton court 
" Charles H., h. 11 Mead 
Faxon Asaph T., provisions, h. 1 Lincoln ct. 
" Daniel, horse shoer, 18 Cambridge, 

h. 112 Fourth [ington 

" Frederick, student H. II., b. 12 Rem- 
" Geo. H., provisions, b. 1 Lincoln ct. 
" Walter, professor, H. U., boards 46 

Trowbridge 
Fay Clarissa, wid. of Thomas, h. 18 Laurel 
" Edward, junk, 66 School, h. 70 do. 
" Edward P., car trimmer ^B. & A. R. 

R., Allston), h. 18 Laurel 
'* Francis B. , law student, b. 24 Warland 
" Herbert A., driver Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, b. at Chas'n. 
" Isaac Mrs., h. 59 Antrim 
" Julia, wid. of Bartholomew, house 9 

Conlon's Court [Front 

" Lurinda M. Miss, book-binder, b. 11 
'• Martin, steward (Crawford House, 

B.), h. 22 Harvard 
" Mary E., wid. of Wm., h. 120 Pearl 



Fay Michael, packer, Am. Rubber Co.. b. 
30 Willow 
" Patrick, grinder Amer. Rubber Co. 
" Peter, student H. U., rooms 6 North 

avenue 
" Prescott, clergyman, h. 16 Story 
" Sarah Mrs., b. 62 North avenue 
" Wm. E., medical student, b. 16 Story 
Fayes Antonio J. , shade painter, 15 Blanche 

house 37 Washington 
Fears Frank A., printer, h. 86 Inman 
Fearns Mary Mrs., janitress Harvard annex 

9 Garden 
Fee Thomas, coachman, 4 Kirkland place, 
h. 658 Cambridge 
" Thomas, lab., Revere Sugar Refine- 
ry, h. 6 Water 
Feeley John, furniture finisher, Otis, cor. 
First 

FEELEY UIARTIJV A., painter, 
642 Main, h. Grigg, between Dodge 
and Howard (see p. 475) 
" Philip, city lab., h. 50 Amory 
Feely James, house 17 Tremont 
Feeney Hugh, blacksmith (So. Bo'ston), h. 
128 Holworthy 
" Timothy, waiter (/JTremont House, 
B.), house 121 Spring 
Felder Benj., porter (B.), b. 21 Hastings 
Felix Estacio R., hairdresser, 421 Camb., 

house r. do. 
Fell S. Alice Miss, teacher (Watertown), 
bds. 509 Cambridge 
" Thomas, cooper (75 India, B.), house 

509 Cambridge 
11 Thomas W. H., clerk (71 Bedford, 
B.), bds. 509 Cambridge 
Fellows Cvrus, h. 97 Concord av. 
'• Frank C, bds. 32 Mellen 
" Frank O., crackers, h. 21 Market 
" Henry T., boots and shoes (161 Pearl 

B.), h. 158 North av. 
" Lydia M., wid. of John H., house 

106 Ellery 
" Oshea P., crackers, h. 21 Market 
" Rebecca F., wid. of Chas. M., house 

32 Mellen 
" Wm., cutter N. E. Glass Works, h. 
47 Gore [Green 

" Wm. D., expressman, 600 Main, b. 6 
Felony H., lab., B. & L. R. R. shop 
Felt Carrie E. Miss, b. 110 Wash. 

" Chas. W., salesman (60 Commerce, 

B.;, house 110 Wash. 
" Irwin G., horseshoer and wheelwright 

18 Camb., h. at West Somerville 
" John B., organ packer 162 Broadway, 
house 98 River 
Felton Miss, artist, 69 Brattle 
Fenelon Michael F., druggist (206 Camb., 

B.), house 158i Otis 
Fennelly Thomas, gardener, h. 3 George 
Fenner Frank T., lab., b. 30 Putnam av. 



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*. Putnam a\ enue | Putnam av. 

^T M:n\ V... wid. <»r Edwin 10., boude 80 

H^cFennessej James, feeder Chas. liiver St. 

K'y ( !o. , house Decatur ct. 

,, •■ Johanna Mrs. , h. Decatur ct. 
^3 '• Michael J., cooper, L 69 Gore, board- 
2Z ing-house, L61 Thorudike 

^' Fenno Luc} B., widow, h. 62 Winter 
^■Fenton Benj. P., clerk. 596 Main, rooms 
7!> Auburn | anl 

Hjj " Mehitable, wid. of Orin, h. 31 Pleas- 
^ Fentress Jonas, valet, 1). 7 Linden 
h— Fenwiek Beverly, carpenter, Utis, c. First, 
house at Somerville 
E. Theodore, mattress maker, 137 
Gore, house at Somerville 
" J. Allan, hook-keeper (]4<> Portland 
B.) house 210 Broadway 
Ferdinand Lorin W., hardware ( 2G7 Feder- 
^ al, B.), house 41 Columbia 

^^ Ferguson Edward J., clerk, 288 North ave. 
^Ly b. at Somerville [line 

™ << Ellen F., wid. of Wm., h. 122 Brook- 
Frank A., proof reader University 
Tress, h.use 28k Winthrop 
^ , " James, boiler maker, 356 Main, house 
'■"**' Moore 

l^TT^ 1 *^ 11801 * JAMES O., baker, 
^5 _JJ 79 and 18-4 Camb., house 79 do. (see 
£2 page 485) 

h^ " Mary F. Miss, book-keeper 129 Gore, 
£g h. at Boston [Walden 

N^a " Thomas T., U. S. store-keeper, h. 6 
^*Fern Otis L., liquors (95 Union, B.), house 
~ 50 Western avenue 

Fernald Chas. B., cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
'• Geo. L., supt. 139 Broadway, house 
at East Medford 
Fernando John, h. Second, c. Vine 
Ferreira Ceasar, 203 Bridge, h. iM> Vine 
Ferren Geo. W. jr., galvanizer. 2 Albany, 
^ house 70 Sidney 

^Ferreth Tancreti, baker, 79 Cambridge, 

rooms 4 Second-st. court 
^Ferrin John W., carriage painter, r. 10 

Brattle, house at Somerville 
f* Ferris Edw. J., glass cutter, h. 24 B Union 
" Frank M., pressman University Press 
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" John P., bookbinder ^21 Spring lane. 
3 B.), house 129 Elm 

P JV " Patrick, lab. Union Glass Co. (Som- 
C, erville), house 127 Elm 

F^ ^Fessenden Albert F., clerk (Mason bldg. . 






room 17, B v , h. 23 Inman 
Benjamin, h. 17 Walden 
Chas. L., dry goods ( 15G Hanover, 

B.), house 27 Prospect 
C. Frank, salesman (33 Summer, B.) 

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J "« — ii«l«-ii Elizabeth B., n ido* of Tl 
I)., h. 56 .Mi. Auburn 
" Emily I'. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar ichool 
" Henry, tinsmith 

h. at ( heUt a 
" Lucy < ). M 
•' Sarah 1',. Mi — , n 

" Thos. 3. . laborer, Am 

1). HOI ( Cambridge 
PewkesJ. Walter, asst. Radiates Museum 

of i Comparative Zoology . b. 8 liose- 

land 
Feyler Henderson, driver, Boston [e 

Pri8O0 Point, h. al ( lia-'n 
Fitchner Andrew , baker, h. 2 Hunting 
Fickett Henry P., calker (E. I'». . house 19 

Pine 
Fiedlen Lorenz E., hairdresser City Hall 

ave.), h. 40 Sidney 

Field Chas. R., cracker dealer, house r. 27 

Pine 291 I 'ear I 

" Chauncy H., machinist, 72 Main. h. 

" Frank 1)., machinist, 72 Main. h. 11 

Winsor [Tufts 

" Franklin, machinist, 72 Main. h. 10 

" George G. (28 State, room 15. B. . 

h. 9 Chauncy 
" George M.. wood turner. Otis, corner 

First, h. rear 128 Gore 
" Patrick, laborer, B. & L. li.l! . hay 
depot, No. 1, Prison Point, house at 
Chas'n 
" Roderick 1)., driver Cambridge Laun- 
dry, Soden, house 11 Winsor 
" Thomas, tinsmith, h. r. 72 Allston 
" Walter W., forema . of machinists, 
and pattern maker. 92 Main. h. 12 
William 
" William, porter, h. 1 Inman pi. 
" Zarina, widow of Franklin, nurse, h. 

25 State 
" see Fields 
Fielding Dennis J., janitor Lassell school 
house 83J Vine 
" John C, trav. salesman, h. 8 Market 
Fields Charles, band sawyer. Otis, c. First 

" Israel, laborer, h. 8 Berkshire pi. 
Fiescler August, cigar maker, GO Spring. 

rooms 54 do. 
Fife Gilbert, hackman. 15 Church, rm. do. 
Fife John F. . mechanical engineer, h. 59 

Plymouth 
Fifield Henry, flower vender (B.), h. ll.'» 
Norfolk [h. 114 Pearl 

" JohnF., conductor Camb. R. K. Co. 
" Sarah M.. Avidow of George \Y. house 
114 Pearl 
Fillebrown Amos. b. 131 Cambridge 

•• Elizabeth, widow of James. Iiouse 10 
Upton [Thorudike 

Henry S., confectionery, house 12<> 
" Samuel, painter, mis. 104 Hampshire 



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Fillebrown Sylvestus L. , clerk (240 Devon- 
shire, B.), bds. 126 Thorndike 
Fillmore Alfred, carpenter, b. 42 River 
" Chas. A., cooper, h. 39l£ Camb. 
" Christine Mrs., dressmaker, 17 Tre- 
mont, h. do. [ave. 

" F. S.. student. H. U., room 38 North 
" Millar 1, carpenter, h. 21 Hews 

FILLMORE WELLOGTOIV, 
carpenter and builder, 11 Cherry, h. 
147 Washington (see p. 482^ 
Fincans John, cabinetmaker, h. 16 McCabe 
Findley Charles, baker, 502 Main, h. 113 
Webster ave. 
" James, machinist, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 69 Third 
Finlay W., driver Boston Ice Co., Prison 

Point, bds. at Chas'n 
Finley Patrick, hostler, Chas. R. St. Ry. 
Co.. bds. 23 Brookline 
" Robert laborer, h. r. 161 Broadway 
" Robert, pipe maker, Albany house 

1614 Broadway 
" Wallace W., machinist (B.), boards 
Hotel Cambridge 
Finn Daniel, laborer (B. & L. R.R. freight 
depot, B.), h. 45 Gore 
" Henry W., cabinet maker, Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, h. 6 Erie 
" John, laborer, h. 45 Banks 
" Michael, hostler, Charles R. St. Ry. 
Co., bds. at Somerville 
Finncan John, cabinet maker, 262 Mai .. h. 

16 McCabe 
Finnegan Thomas, fireman Am. Rubber Co. 
" see Finnigan [23 Allston 

Finneran Catherine, wi ow of Martin, h. 
" John, laborer, bds. 23 Allston 
" Michael, hostler, h. 52 Waverly 
" Patrick, teamster, John Reardon & 
Sons, h. 60 Waverly 
Finnerty Daniel, bds. 204 Third 
" John, bds. 123 Fourth 
" Thomas, coachman, 400 Broadway, 
h. 6 Antrim 
Finney Catherine M. Miss, h. 1 Lopez 
" Daniel J., conductor Camb. R. R. 

Co., bds. 73 Columbia 
" Edward J. N., brass finisher (292 

Washington, B.), h. 1 Lopez 
" Mary, wid. of James, h. 73 Columbia 
Finnick Joseph, city lamplighter, house 2 
Garden ct. [ston 

" Martha, wid. of Richard, h. 68 Boyl- 
" Richard, trader, h. Decatur ct. 
" William J., cigar packer (B.), bds. 
2 Garden ct. 
Finnigan Daniel A., b. r. 427 Camb. 

" Daniel J. P., carver (B.), house 131 

Brookline 
" Hannah, widow, h. 231 Franklin 
•' Hugh, blacksmith, h. 4 Harding 
" James A., bootmaker, Am. Rubber 
Co., bds. 108 Cambridge 



Finnigan John, rear 427 Cambridge H 

" Michael, laborer, Cambridge ceme- O 

tery, h. 21 Cushing rQ 

" Patrick J., phvsician, 142 Cambridge 3 ^ 

bds. do. ^ g 

" Peter, laborer, bds. 164 Gore <fy ^ 

Finnon James, plumber, 99 Cambridge, h. t% 

at Somerville 5h *^ 

" see Finnegan CJ ZJ 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF H 
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berlin, president, Willard A. Bui- M +T 
lard, cashier, Main, cor. Prospect • 9? 
(see p. 468) ^ j* 

Firth Joseph S., teamster (B.), h. Her- * gjj 
mann's blk. 1 Munroe **" M 

Fischer Ferdinand, carrier h. 380 North av. .^ 3 
" George, wood carver, Otis, cor. First "*£ 
bds. 57 Gore ^s^ 

" Lawrence, currier, Wm. Quirin &Co. 2 O 
h. Tannery, 2d on right — £3 

" Sophia Miss, variety store, 177 Bridge q 
house do. C* 

" William F., bds. 380 North ave. ^ 

" see Fisher f f\ 

Fish Albert F., iron moulder, Pelham, h. L/ X 
158 Cambridge f , 

" B. Edson, salesman (85 Oliver, B.),\^ 
h. 5 Shepard fyl 

" Florestan, letter-carrier, Cambridge ; ™^J 
P. O., 7 Harvarl row, rooms 12 ^ 
Dunster ^^ 

" Frederick P., lawyer (40 Water, rm. C^ 
52, B.), h. 15 Everett ^ 

" Mary H. , widow of John B. 

158 Cambridge 
" Moses W. , house 44 Cottage 
" Samuel A., engineer 225 Bridge, 

at Charlestown 

" William AV., mason, h. 31 Fairmont 

Fisher Ellen, widow, house off Concord 

ave., near Niles Bros. 

" Frederick E., milkman, 66 Pleasant, fyl 

rooms 34 Magazine ^^ 

" George, director Cambridge Conser- r^ 

vatory of music, 4 Lee, h.721 Main ^^ 

" George P., tinsmith (85 Merrimac, ^""\ 

B.). house 90 Hancock H-* 

" Henry L., clerk (B.), h. 22 Blanche X 

" Henry, iron-moulder, Pelham, house |^^ 

224 Broadway 
" John, printer, h. 168 Green 
" Julia Mrs., h. 183 Harvard 
" Lovelan H.. carver, b. 183 Harvard 
" Mary E., widow of John, nurse, 

house 5 Charles River 
". Nathaniel D., bds. 7 Mellen ^J 

" Nehemiah W. Mrs., dressmaker, h. f 

89 Norfolk [T ( 

" Sarah C. Miss, teacher Conservatory 

of Music, 4 Lee, b. 721 Main ^ 

" see Fischer <^ 

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Fifth James C, treasurer (87 Milk, room 
21 . B.), house :52 Quincy 

" .lames L., h. 82 QuiOCy 
" Jennie Mrs., pressfeeder l'niver>ity 
Press, hoards '.) ( 'harles \i\\ er 

" John M., special sheriff, Middlesex 

Co., master House of Correction, 

and keeper of Jail, Thorndike, cor. 

Third, house do. 
Fiske Charles A. Mrs., h. 9 Clinton 
" George, clerk (B.), b. 15 Summer 
" John, author, h. 22 Berk' ley 
11 John M., special deputv collector 

(Custom House, B.), h."l39 Oxford 
" Lyman B., auditor, Memorial Hall, 

H. U., rooms 80 Ellery [nut 

" Sally F., widow of John, h. 28 Chest- 
" Theodore, house 90 Banks 
" William B., medical student, hoards 

9 Clinton [North av. 

Fitch Ahel, teamster and farmer, house 331 

" Alamanzo B., provisions (9 Change 

av., B.), house 01 Pleasant 

" Amasa, cooperage stock, h. 70 Sixth 

" Myra, dressmaker 1 Garden, h. do. 

Fitchara Edwin A., h. 23 Walden 

Fitman Thomas, saloon 103 Dublin, b. do. 

Fitton James H., clerk (Fitchburg Railroad 

depot, B.), house rear 124: Otis 
Fitz Charles, butcher, h. 14 Warren 
Fitzgerald Edmund, painter, b. 4 Seventh 
" Edward, blacksmith 170 North ave., 

house at Somerville 
" Edward .harness maker, (190 Tremont 

B.), house 18 Mill 
" Edward, laborer, N. E. Glass Works, 

house 20 Carson 
" Edward Jr., boards 18 Mill 
" Ellen, widow of Michael, house 83 

Concord avenue. 
" George W., painter, b. 74 Sixth 
" Honora, widow, h. 80 Third 
" H. F., driver Carab. R. R. Co. 
" Honora, widow of John, house rear 

42 Washington 
" James, laborer, h. 3 Nichols pi. 
" James, laborer, 109 Gore, house 113 

Third 
" James, painter, house 74 Sixth 
" James H.. carpenter, b. 18 Mill 
" James H., pressman, University 

Press, house 10 Mount Anburn 
" John, horseshoer Camb. R. R. Co., 

house at Boston 
" John, teamster, b. 84 Third 
" John E., carriagesmith (Lvnn), h. 

189 Spruce [40 Wash. 

" John E , iron-moulder Pelham, house 
" John F., clerk (83 Wash., B.), house 

94 Fourth 
" John F., machinist, b. 174 Columbia 
" John M., porter (29 Com'l, B.), h. 
100 Green 



Fitzgerald John W., engineer, Bay State 
Brick Co., boards l 10 Dublin 
" J. J. Kev., asst. pastor Church of the 

Sacred Heart, h. 83 Otis 
'• Mary, widow of John. h. 33 Charles 
" Mary, widow of Frank, house 174 

Columbia Harvey 

" Mary, widow of Michael, house 35 
" Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, 12:i Elm, 
house do. 

" Maurice F., machinist (SI Haverhill, 

B.), house 247 Franklin 
" Michael, blacksmith Camb. R. R. 

Co., Dunster. h. 8 Emmons place 
" Michael, mason, h. 1 10 Gore 
" Michael J., cooper Xiles Bros., house 
83 Concord avenue [Spruce 

" Patrick, dealer in live stock, h. 189 
" Patrick, gardener, William Read, 

house 7 Donnell 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 41 Banks 
" Patrick J., carpenter, h. 91 Third 
" Patrick J. Jr., upholsterer (109 

Wash., B.), h, 08 Vine 
" Richard, cabinet maker, 6 Williams 
" Richard, clerk 239 Cambridge, house 

at Charlestowo 
" Richard, hostler. Mt. Auburn stable. 
Camb. R. R..Co., b. 00 Auburn pi. 
" Robert, packer Am. Rubber Co. 
" Thomas, coachman 90 North avenue, 

boards do. 
" Wm., helper 034 Main, b. 7 Don ell 
rt William F., salesman (109 Wash.. 
B.), bds. 91 Third 
Fitzgibbon James L., clerk B. & L. R. R. 
shop, Bridge, cor. Prison Point, 
b. at West Somerville 
Fitzgibbons John .blacksmith ^Charlestown) 

house 99 Gore 
Fitzmaurice John, driver 100 River, house 
230 Franklin 
" Michael, coachman, 81 Magazine, 

house r. 19 Fairmont 
" Thomas, junk, 98 Third, h. do. 
Fitzpatrick Alfred, planing, sawing and 
moulding mill (Newton), house 120 
Pearl 
Bridget, widow, b. 102 Camb. 
Dennis W., tailor (114 Court, B.), h- 

19 A Lopez 
Francis A., clerk. 54 Camb.. h. 45 do. 
Frank X.. lottery agent (205 Wash.. 

h. 109 Otis 
James, h. rear 90 Tremont 
James B., clerk, 408 Cambridge, b. 
rear 90 Tremont [Boylston 

John, printer. University Press, b. 40 
John, teamster, h. 09 Spruce 
John A., clerk, 03 Norfolk, boards r. 

90 Tremont 
Mary, widow of James, h. 107 Gore 
Michael, grease collector, h Henry, 
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Fitzpatrick Michael F., city laborer, b. r. 96 
Treraont 

" Patrick, laborer, Amer. Tube Works, 
(Soraerville), h. 124 Holworthy 

" Patrick W., brush maker, b. Mansion 
House 
Fitzsimmons John, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 

" John, glass packer, h. 115 Elm 
Fix August W., wood caver, h. 12 Winter 
Fixott Chas. S., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, h. 

18 Clark 
Flagg Geo. (Little, Brown & Co.), Black- 
stone, house at Boston 

" James H., grocer. Mt. Auburn bridge 
^Watertown), h. 35 Cushing 

" John S., dentist, 905 Main, house 11 
Farwell place 

" see Flaig 
Flagler Arthur, core maker, Third, c. Bent 
Flaglor Catherine, widow of Geo. , house 9 

Holly 
Flaherty Dennis, laborer, h. 4 Harrison 

" John, lead maker, N. E. Glass Works 
yard, h. rear 139 Bridge 

" John, printer, h. 17 Farwell place 

" Martin, draw tender, h. 7 Otter 

" Michael, painter, h. 17 Farwell place 

" Patrick, laborer. 28 Bridge, house 12 
Short [Otter 

" Wm., at Cambridgeport P. O., b. 7 
Flaig Simon, watches and jewelry, 133 
Cambridge, h. do. 

" see Flagg 
Flanagan Ann. widow of Thos.,h. 11 Tuttle 

" Bernard, furniture finisher, Otis, c. 
First, h. at Charlestown 

" Bridget D., widoAv of Thomas, house 
50 Portland 

" Chas., shoemaker, 31 Flagg, h. do, 

" Delia, widow o c Thomas, house 50 
Portland 

" Edward T., book-keeper, Globe Nat. 
Bank (40 State, B.), h. Mt. Pleas- 
ant, last on lef; [lin 

" Eugene M., bartender, b. 19(3 Frank- 

" Hugh S., laborer, Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, boards John Flanagan's, Mc- 
Donald 

" James, laborer, Mt. Auburn cemetery, 
boards John Flanagan's, McDonald 

" John, city laborer, b. 31 Flagg 

" John, driver, 203 Bridge, h. 202 do. 

" John, gardener, 15 Oxford, house 2 
Nichols place 

" John, granite cutter, Mt. Auburn, 
opp. Elmwoodav., h. at Watertown 

" John, h. rear 50 Gore 

" John, laborer, Mt. Auburn cemetery, 
house McDonald 

" John J., trunk maker (B.), boards 2 
Nichols place 

' ' John P. , book-binder, Riverside Press 
house 257 Franklin 

" Kate Miss, h. 18 Woodlawn av. 



Flanagan Margaret, wid. of Andrew, h. 239 

Franklin [Vine 

" Mary A., widow of Matthew, h. 70 

" Mary Mrs., liquors, 196 Franklin, 

house do. 
" Michael, baker, 502 Main, b. 462 Main 
" Michael, teamster, h. 50 Portland 
" Patrick, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 12 

Lincoln 
" Peter G. , carpenter, b. 239 Franklin 
" Th mas, baker, 502 Main, boards 51 
Pleasant 
Flanders Addie E. Miss, teacher (Arling- 
lington), b. 25 Rice 
" Albert F., clerk, 211 North av., bds. 

at Lexington 
" Asa W., receiving clerk, Camb. R. 

R. Co., 3 Harvard sq., b. 25 Rice 
" Fred E., grocer, 63 River, and 123 

Harvard, rooms 40 Cottage 

" Moses G. , h. 25 Rice 

" Wm. Hazen, dry goods (27 Winter, 

B.), h. 27 Austin [Vine 

Flannery Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. 47 

Flannigan Patrick, laborer, h. 102 Kinnaird 

Flavin Philip J., potter, A. H. Hews & Co., 

Crescent av., b. Porter's Hotel 
Flechtner Louis, coppersmith's helper (33 

Bowker, B.), h. 54 Winter 
Fleck John, driver, 82 Mt. Auburn, bds. 5 
Shepherd's block 
" Matthias, baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, h. 
5 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Fleckler John, last carrier, Am. Rubber Co. 
Fleet Benjamin R., carpenter, house 1 
Chapman place 
" Looman O., clerk, 527 Main, boards 
1 Chapman place [suite 7 

" Wm., carpenter, h. 225 Broadway, 
Fleischer Chas. P. J., sausage maker, h. 

25 Sixth 
Fleming Cephas W. , receiving~"clerk (103 
Devonshire, B.), b. 120 Winsor 
F., boot maker, Am. Rubber Co., 

Ninth 
Frank L., driver (686 Wash., B.), 

b. 120 Winsor 
Henry, foreman of reed makers, 162 

Broadway, house at West Newton 

John, butcher, Niles Bros., Concord 

av. , h. 80 do. [vard 

John, cabinet maker (B.), h. 93 Har- 

John J., boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 5 

Pioneer 
John Joseph, stereotyper, boards 21 

Cambridge 
Madge H. Miss, cashier, 114 Camb., 

house 120 Winsor 
Maurice, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 

242 Cambridge 
Moses, driver (686 Wash., B.), h. 
120 Winsor [do. 

Nelson E.. hostler, 170 North av., b. 
Thos., carpenter, h. 21 Cambridge 



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Fleming Edward, laborer, Waverly, cor. 

Talbot 
Fleraming George, h. Hotel School 

George N.. pressman h. 27 Hancock 

" James, carriage maker, 232 North av., 

h. 21 Vine [ River, bds. do, 

" James .\. (Flemming & Sou), 12 
" John, carpenter, h. 21 Rice 
" John, wheelwright, 232 North ave. 
" Mary C Mrs., hairdresser, and 

(Flemming & Son). 12 River, h. do. 
11 & Son (Mary C. and James A. Flem- 
ming), dermatologists, 12 River 
" see Fleming [1+4- Cambridge 

Fletcher Charles R., student, H. U., boards 
" Eliza, wid. of John D.,h. 57 Colum- 
bia 
11 Grace W. Miss, teacher, Thorndike 

Grammar School, bds. 9 Sumner 
" J. H., boiler maker, 1)2 Main 
" Katherine S. Mrs..h. 23 Buckingham 
" Marshall, helper, h. 182 Pleasant 
" Ruel H., master, Thorndike Grammar 

School, h. 144 Cambridge 
" Sophronia, M. D., physician, h- 34 — 
" Willard V., shipper, Otis, cor. First, 

h. at East Boston 
" William, lather, h. 05 Brookline 
" William K., homceopathic physician 

h. 233 North ave. 
Flett David, salesman (477 Washington, 

B.), h. 1 Riverside pi. [h. do. 

Flewelling John R., carpenter, 10 Pleasant, 

" Milton F., cutter, Anier. Rubber Co., 

h. 127 Harvard 
Flewellyn Martin, cutter. Am. Rubber Co. 

I71L.INN ARTHUR RI„ art spec- 
' ialties(30 Haw ley ,B.), h. 175 Putnam 
ave. (see col'd insert) 

FLINT DAVID B., pres., Charles 
River National Bank, 1 Harvard row, 
h. at Watertown 
' ' Francis, pres. , Dakota Mortgage Loan 
Corp. (246 Washington, BO, h. 8 
Chauncy [B.), h. 33 Orchard 

11 George R., pork (28 F. H. Market, 
" L. W., 162 Broadway, h. at Green- 
wood [ton, B.*), h. 51 Wright 
" Sidney T., collector (594 Washing- 
Flohr Erail, artist, bds. 23 Andrew 

" Hugo L., cigar maker (2 Bromley 
park, B.), h. 6 Rogers' brick block, 
Main [h. do. 

" Peter M., cigar mnfr., 23 Andrew, 
Flood Annie Miss, dressmaker, 148 Pleas- 
ant, h. do. [bds. do. 
" Charles, coachman, 109 North ave., 
" James W., clerk (55 School, B.), h. 

55 Winsor 
" Margaret Miss, h. 51 Gore [158 do. 
" Patrick, laborer, 153 Putnam ave., h. 
Flowers William C.,phvsician, 41 Norfolk. 
h. do. 



Flowers William H.Jr., clerk, Adjutant Gen- 
eral's office State House. B.] ,h.44 
Shepard 
Floyd George C, delivery clerk, Revere 
Sugar Refinery, Water, h. at Som- 
erville 
Flukiger Albert C, watch repairer 
Washington, B. ), bds. 6 M;i. 
Flynn Bartholomew, coachman. 'J'.hj Har- 
vard, h. 33 West 
" Bernard, lab., h. 35 Donnell 
" Coleman, teamster, bds. 8 Broadway 
" Daniel, baker. 502 Main. h. 15 State 
" Daniel, lab., bds. 35 Donnell 
" Edward, baker (B.), h. 161 < >ti> 
" Edward J., machinist, h. 196 Hamp- 
shire [ erv ' '"' s - 56 Second 
" Francis, cooper, Revere Sugar Refln- 
" Francis, cooper. Ninth, cor. Spring, 

bds. 194 Bridge 
" Frank, potter, A. H. Hews & Co., 

Crescent ave. 
" Henry M., liquors (37 Hanover, B.), 

h. 4 Short 
" James, shoemaker, h. 107 Franklin 
" John, cooper, 138 Gore, h. 194 Bridge 
" Joseph P., brass finisher (B.), boards 

167 Franklin 
" Julia, wid. of Michael, h. 18 Portland 
" Laughlin, lab., Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, bds. 4 Second-st. ct. 
, " Lizzie J. Mrs., h. Walden. c. Dublin 
" Margaret E.,wid. of Patrick H., bds. 
68 Putnam ave. [School 

" Mary S., widow of Andrew B.. h. 13 
" Michael, clerk, 334 Main, boards 18 
Portland [Boston 

" Michael, finisher, 203 Bridge, h. at 
" Michael, foreman of yard. 17 Main. 
h. at Boston [Tannery 

" Michael, teamster. Miiller Bros.. 
" Michael J., tinsmith, 153 Putnam av.. 

h. 167 Franklin 
" Minnie, wid. of Frank, h. 34 Cedar sq. 
" Patrick, cooper, Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, h. 154 Prospect [Charles 
" Patrick P. . slatar (Boston) , h. rear 64 
» P. G.. driver, C R.R. Co. 
" Thaddeus. metal-cornice maker, 

(63 Pitts, B.), bds. 139 Cambridge 
» T., driver. C. R.R. Co. 
" TlidTnas, cooper, h. 2 Hastings 
" Thomas, melter, 356 Main, house 28 

Hastings 
" Thomas, teamster, bds. 35 Donnell 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 7 Decatur 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 371 North ave. 
" Thomas C. clerk. 3 Brattle, h. Garden 
" William, barkeeper, 34 Cambridge, b. 

56 Second 
" William, fireman, 31 Hampshire 
11 William, lab., h. 53 Clark 
" William, teamster. Charles Linehan. 
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Flynn William, teamster, 5 Broadway, h. 

at Somerville 
Fobes Daniel, h. 11 Orchard 

" Edwin F.. clerk (50 Chardon, B.), h. 

18 Beech 
" see Forbes 
Fogarty Ellen, dressmaker, h. 3 Appian way 
" George F., machinist (Somerville), 

h. Hawkins blk., Charles 
" James E., stenographer (16-1 Con- 
gress, B.), h. 210 Putnam ave. 
" John, h. Henrv. cor. Pearl 
" Mary A., intelligence office, 3 Appian 

way, h. do. t 

" Robert, varnisher, h. 210 Putnam av. 
" Sarah G., teacher, Emerson Primary 
School (Poplar, B.), bds. 210 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Thomas J., telegraph operator, B. & 
L. R.R. shop, Bridge, corner Prison 
Point, bds. 108 Cambridge 
" Valentine, tinsmith, bds. George F. 

Fogarty's, Charles 
" see Fogerty 
Fogerty George F., architect, 603 Main, b. 
89 Chestnut 
" Ilsley M., supt. E. Cambridge P. O., 

129 Camb., b. at Maiden 
" James, architect, Hyde block, 603 
Main. h. 89 Chestnut 
Fogg Chas. H. . draughtsman (40 Oliver. 
B.), b. 51 Third 
" Ebenezer, carpenter, Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. 90 Gore [Third 

" Edwin, machinist, 203 Bridge, h. 51 
" George E., salesman, 203 Bridge, b. 

51 Third 
" Thomas, soap maker, 172 Pearl 
Fogg, see Forg 

Foley Benjamin F.. book-binder, Riverside 
Press, b. 32£ Banks 
" B. F., conductor, C. R. R. Co., h. at 

Watcrtown * 
" Charles, laborer, h. r. 79 Hastings 
" Chas. H., bookbinder (B ), bds. 32^ 

Banks 
" Daniel, earpenter, h. r. 27 Vine 
" Daniel J.. laborer, h. 5 Lexington av. 
" David, bricklayer, h. 3 Rogers' block, 
Washington [h. 32^ Banks 

" Dennis, book-binder, Riverside Press, 
" James, laborer, 387 Camb., h. 37 
Willow [Sparks 

" John, laborer, 610 Main, house 16^ 
" John G., printer (31 State, B.), h. 

83 Wendell 
" John J., carpenter, h. 3 Lexingtonav. 
" John J., lumper, 162 Broadway, h. at 

Boston 
" Joseph J., produce, b. 3 Lexingtonav. 
" Mary, widow of Bartholemew, h. 22 

Murdock 
" Maurice, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 19 
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Foley Michael, laborer, h. 15 Sparks 
" Michael, mill hand, Amer. Rub. Co. 
" Patrick, safe maker, 17 Main 
" Norah, widow, b. 4 Svmonds block, 

DeWolf 
" Patrick, car inspector B. & L. R. R. 
" Patrick, tailor, 2 Hillery block, Li- 
lac court 
" Patrick J., machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Boston 
" Peter G. , millinery goods, 494 Camb., 

h. do. 
" Philip J., b. 8 Lexington av. 
" Robert, painter, rooms 86 Cambridge 
" Sarah B. Miss, dressmaker, 190 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
" Thomas, h. 77 Fifth 
" Thomas G., carpenter, h. 13 Sixjh 
" Thomas H. , glass-engraver (149 

Blackstone, B.), h. 93 Gore 
" Thomas jr., brush maker (132 Oliver, 

B.), b. 77 Fifth 
" Thomas J., coachman, 13 Water- 
house, b. do. 
" Thomas J., laborer, b. 3 Lexington av. 
" Wm., last carrier, Amer. Rub. Co., 
Folger Geo. H., secretary (18 Merchants' 

Exchange, B.), h. 139 Austin 
Follansbee Benjamin A., organ maker, h. 
36i Tremont 
" Charles H., McKay stiicher (19 Wen- 
dell, B.) h. 3 Hampshire 
Follen James, janitor, H. U. gymnasium, 
b. 6£ Grant 
" John, coal shoveller, b. 154 Third 
" Lawrence, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 133 

Webster ave. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 90 Holworthy 
'* Michael, pot maker Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), h. 154 Third 
" Michael F., b. 67 Amory 
" Patrick, teamster, h. Jackson, near 

Dudley 
" Thomas Mrs., h. 67 Amory 
Foiling Hannah Miss, h. 51 Winsor 
Folsom James N., traveling salesman (83 
Summer, B.), h. 29 Inman 
" Mark J., capt. police station 2, h. 32 

War land 
" Mary J. Miss, teacher, Webster 

grammar school, h. 32 Warland 
" Norton, physician, 404 Harvard and 
'15 Pemberton sq., B.), also 19 
Berkeley, b. do. 
" Samuel H., assistant Register of Pro- 
bate and Insolvency Court House, 
Third, h. at Winchester 
" S. Sarah, widow of Charles, h. 19 
Berkeley 
Fonseca Joseph, japanner, b. 9 Watson 
" Michael, cigar maker (B.), boards 9 

Watson 
" Moses, cigar packer (B.), boards 9 
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h. 9 Watson 
" Racheal Miss, tobacco stripper (B.), 

1). '.) Watson 
Fontaine Joseph, cabinel maker, h. 2 Rog- 
ers' block, Washington 
Foote E. Warren, clerk (i Chatham, B.), 
b. 8 Sacramento 
11 Geo. L., banker (48 Congress, B.), 

h. 352 Harvard 
" Josephine B. Mrs., h. 8 Sacramento 
" Mary B. Miss, h. 352 Harvard 
Footman P. L., laborer, 31 Hampshire, rms. 

78 Washington 
Foran Nicholas, gardener, b. 26 Sparks st. 
place 
" Patrick, section hand B. & L. R. R. 
(B., , h. 4 Dailey alley 
Forbes Andrew J., agent United Nickel 
Co. of N. Y. (13 Bowker, B.), h. 
55 Third 
" Bridget Mrs., h. 63 Brookline 
" Charles J., cooper, h. 104 Brookline 
" Eliza C. Miss, h. 14 Mellen 
" Thomas jr. , marble worker (B.), b. 

63 Brookline 
11 Wm. W., real estate (31 Exchange, 
B.), h. 114 Inman 
Forbes, see Fobes 
Ford A. E., binder Riverside Bindery 

Amanda E., widow of Thomas B., h. 

61 Market 
Anna P. Miss, clerk, treasurer's of- 
fice C. B. R. Co., 3 Harvard sq., 
b. 76 Green 
Austin, granite, 29 Main, h. 63 School 
Charles, bootmaker, Amer. Rub. Co., 

h. Harvard pi. 
Charles R., E. R. R. (366 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 21 Fayette 
Daniel, switchman B. & L. R. R. , h. 
3 Short [Works, b. 3 Short 

Daniel J., iron worker Boston Bridge 
Dennis M., foreman, 43 Cambridge, 

h. 148 Bridge 
Elizabeth H., widow of Calvin, huse 
76 Green [Boston 

G-'orge R., helper Albany, boards at 
George D., officer, House of Correc- 
tion, bds. Thorndike, cor. Third 
Geo. R., printer, bds. 29 Hamilton 
James, 169 Gore, bds. 5 Carson 
Jeremiah, gate tender, B. & L. R. R., 

Prison Point, h. 159 Bridge 
Jeremiah D., painter, h. 79 Fifth 
John, bootmaker, Am. Rubber Co., 

h. 12 Webster ave. 
John at Boston Glue Works (Brigh- 
ton), h. 7 Dyke 
John, laborer, h. 62 Amory 
John, safe maker, h. 39 Amorv 

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Ford John F., plumber (B.) 1. 166 Norfolk 
" John IF. finisher, 626 Main 
" John IF (John Ford & Son;, printer. 

in Dunster. h. 36 Erie 
" John J., plasterer, h. 117 Spring 
" John M.. clerk. B. & A. R. R. shop 

(Allston ). h. B8 Pleasant 
" Mary A., widow of Howard J., house 

29 Hamilton 
" Michael, engine cleaner, B. & L. K. 

R. roundhouse, h. 14^ Bridge 
" Sarah B. C , widow of John, house 

36 Cottage 
" Thonjas, cellar man, 19 Frank, bds. 

17 do. 
" Wm. A., plumber's helper (B.), bds. 

166 Norfolk 
" Wm. H., agt. (26 Central B.), h. 88 

Norfolk 
" Wm. H., barrel buyer, h. 71 Third 
" Wm. H., cooper, 129 Gore, h. at So. 

Boston 
" Wm. H., salesman (106 High, B.), 

bds. 36 Erie 
" Wm. J., hostler, 151 Bridge house 13 
Second [9 Gerry 

Foren James H., with Camb. R. R. Co., h. 
Forequet Peter, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 59 Fifth 
Forester John J.,.varnisher, Second corner 

Thorndike, h. at Charlestown 
Forg Albert, carver, Second, cor. Thorn- 
dike. h. at Somerville 
" Herman, book-keeper, Second, cor. 

Thorndike, h. at Somerville 
" see Fogg 
Forknall Reuben, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. at Nonantum 
Forrest James, book-binder, bds. 11 Mount 
Auburn 
" John, painter, bds. 5-1 |Mt. Auburn 
" Lawrence, painter, 32 Flagg, h. do. 
" Robert, painter, h. 11 Mt. Auburn 
" Robt. E., painter, h. 11 Mt. Auburn 
" Wm. M., painter, h. 13 Antrim 
Forristall Arthur W., porter (80 Pearl, B.) 
bds. 23 Prospect 
" Jas. B., express, bds. 23 Prospect 
" Joseph, express (Union, B.), h. 23 
Prospect [7 Valentine 

Forsyth James, cooper. 502 Main, house 
" Jos., laborer Cambridge cemetery, 
house 6 Cowperthwaite 
Forsythe Thomas, compositor, 416 Harvard 

h. at Boston 
Fortier Thomas, blacksmith B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Somerville 
Fortin George, hairdresser, h. 34 Wash. 
Fortune James D.. carpenter, h. 27 Auburn 
" James R., tinsmith, 605 Main, h. 29 

Auburn 
" Wm., laborer, h. 5 Flagg-st. court 
Fosdick Oliver G., watchman. Almshouse. 
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Fosdick R. C. Mrs., h. 15 Florence 

FOSS BENJAMIN D., carpenter, 
8 Austin, h. 21 Cherry see p. 483) 
" Charles J., sawyer, h. 247 Broachvay 
" Edmund F., carpenter, h. 91 Green 
" F. T., driver, C. R.R. Co. 
" George W. W., paper hanger, 8 Aus- 
tin, h. 25 Webster ave. 
" Joseph, engineer, 3 Hampshire, bds. 

at Boston 
" L. Bacon, pres., Dover Stamping Co., 

h. at Jamaica Plain 
" Peter, painter, B. & L. E.R. shop, b. 

Hotel Cambridge 
Fossman Charles, blacksmith, bds. 102 Main 
Foster Albert F., cigars and tobacco, h. 207 

Harvard 
" Alvin, carpenter, h. 20 Watson 
" AndreAv, packer, Riverside Press, h. 

44 Tremont [ton, h. 35 Wendell 
" Calvin H., hay and grain, 38 Boyls- 
" Catherine S. , widow of Edward, house 

1 Austin pi. 
" Celia I., book-keeper. c82 Main, bds. 

38 Bigelow 
" Charles, driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Charles, porter (B.lh.r. 5 West 
' ' Charles C. , physician, 5 Riedesel ave. , 

bds. do. 
" Christopher, bds. 13 Leighton ct. 
" Delia S. Miss, housekeeper, 17 River, 

bds. do. 
' ; Eben B., book-keeper (87 State, B.), 

h. 340 Broadway 
'« Edward, hostler, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., 

h. at Somerville 
" Edward A., brick mnfr., 

Winslow Sands' brick 

den, h. at Somerville 
" Edward A., tobacco and cigars, bds. 
" Emanuel, furniture polisher (B.), h. 

105 Fourth 
" EmmaB. Mrs., h. 23 Columbia 
" Eugene H., student, H. U. , house 39^ 

Holyoke 
" Francis C counselor (8 Congress. 

B.), h. 15 Oxford 
" Harry W., porter (O. C. R. R.. B.), 

h. 38 Pine 
" Henry, bds. 136 Cambridge 

FOSTER HENRY T., bookbinder 
(25 Arch, B.).h. 4 Gore pi. (see p. 
496) 

" Henry W., provisions (336 Atlantic 
ave., B.), h. 53 Dana 

" Horace Mrs., h. 26 Ash 

" Hosea J., piano-action maker, 113 
Broadway, h. 107 Winsor 

" Isabel Miss, teacher, Holmes Primary 
School, bds. at Boston 

" Isabella, wid. of Robert, h. r. 65 Mt. 
Auburn 

" Isadore I. Miss, teacher, Cushing Pri- 
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Foster James, teamster, 111 Bridge, bds. 11 
Leighton ct. 

" James Albert, teamster, h. 12 Fair- 
mont ave. 

" James Alfred, hostler, 15 Gore, 
rms. do. 

" James M., confectioner, 282 Broad- 
way, bds. 5 Dickinson 

" John, clerk, 502 Main, 
Hampshire [B.), bds* 

" John A., salesman (490 Washington, 

" James E., at C. R.R. Co.'s repair 
shop, Dunster, h. at Somerville 

" Joseph F., at C. R.R. Co.'s repair 
shop, Dunster, h. 34 Charles River 

;; Margaret E., wid. of George H., h. 4 
Grant 

" Mary A., boarding-house. 46 Boyls- 
ton 

" Mary W. Miss, h. 136 Cambridge 

" Oscar E. D., compositor, b. 23 Sidney 

" Robert S., mill hand, Otis, cor. First, 
h. 23 Sidney 

" S. J. (Foster & Co.), cigars. 450 Har- 
vard, h. 26 Ash 

" Theodore D., clerk (168 Devonshire. 
B.), bds. 12 Mellen 

" William, action-maker, 139 Broadway 

" William, carpenter and city lamp- 
lighter, h. 24 Grant [way 

" William, Jr., key loader, 139 Broad- 

" William H. H., silver plater, house 3 
Hotel Shirley, School [do. 

" William J., hostler, 68 Holworthy, b. 

; ' & Co. (S. J. Foster), cigars, 450 Har- 
vard 
Foundation Thomas, stone cutter, 41 Main, 

h. 124 Green 
Founier Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, boards 48 

Boylston 
Fountain George W., carriagesmith, 376 
Main, h. 145 do. 

" see Fontaine 
Fountaine James W., hairdresser, 134 
Prospect, corner Hampshire, h. at 
Boston 
Fouquet Peter, upholsterer (96 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 59 Fifth 

' ' Peter O. , 162 Broadway, bds. 59 Fifth 
Fowle Edward A., clerk (450 Washington. 
B.), bds. 105 Oxford 

" Henr}' - H., jeweler, h. 4 Acorn 
Fowler Charles F., clerk (123 Broad, B.), 
bds. 29 Mellen [Boston 

" Charles O., tuner, 284 Main, house at 

" Edward S., local editor, " Tribune." 

3 Linden, bds. 29 Mellen 

: ' Frank A., mason, bds 10 Church 

" Harry H. , packer. 139 Broadway, b. 

4 Eaton 

" Helen M. Miss, dressmaker, 3 Wal- 
lace Terrace, h. do. 

" Henry B., clerk (125 Summer, B.), 
bds. 29 Mellen 



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Fowler John, mason, h. 51 Western ave. 

11 Stacy Rev., h. 20 Mellen 
Fowles Augustus J. L., confectioner, 503 

Main, bds. 70 Franklin 
Fox Ann, wid. of Thomas, h. 55 Charles 

" Charles, mechanical engineer, 604 
Main, h. 06 Henry 

" Charles, stone cutter, Ayer's wharf, 
Third, h. at Boston 

" Charles S., salesman, 37£ Howard, b. 
16G Putnam ave. 

" Edward B., clerk (35 Tremont, B.), 
bds. 717 Cambridge 

" Edward P., compositor, Riverside 
Press, h. 1GG Putnam ave. 

" Frank, bds. r. 42 Washington 

" George J., cattle-market reporter, h. 
3 Orchard 

" Herbert C, book-keeper (48 Canal, 
B.), bds. 717 Cambridge 

" Jabez, lawyer (35 Court, B.), house 4 
Mt. Auburn 

" James A., h. 808 Main 

" James E., iron moulder, Pelham, h. 
Rogers' ct. 

" John (T. & J. Fox), harness maker, 
107 Bridge, bds. 55 Charles 

" John F., baker, 502 Main, bds. r. 44 
Washing l on 

" Joseph, collector and notary public 
(33 School, room D, B.), h. 4 Wal- 
lace [do. 

" Mary E. Miss, artist, 4 Wallace, bds. 

" Robert L. B., foreman (150 Tremont, 
B.), h. 717 Cambridge 

" Sarah E., widow of John L., h. 408 
Main 

" Sarah W. Miss, teacher, High School 
(Somerville), bds. 4 Mt. Auburn 

" Thomas J. (T. & J. Fox), harness- 
maker, 107 Bridge, bds. 55 Charles 

" T. & J. (Thomas J. and John Fox), 
harness makers, 107 Bridge 
Foxcroft Francis A. Rev., h. 17 Arlington 

" Frank, literary editor, Boston Jour- 
nal (262 Washington, B.), h. Hill- 
side ave., cor. Avon Hill 
Foye John, cutter, New England Glass 
Works, North, h. at Somerville 

" Nathaniel W., cabinet maker (24 
Travers, B.), h. Elm, n. Beech 
France James F. W., clerk (B.), boards 15 
Webster ave. 

" John W., porter (228 Washington, 
B.), h. 15 Webster ave. 
Franchi Francisco, cabinet maker, house 32 

Kinnaird 
Francilow Frank A., hairdresser, 38 Third, 

bds. 156 Cambridge 
Francis Abbie B. Miss, h. 21 North ave. 

" Antoine, mill hand, h. 36 Cambridge 

" Charles A., printer, bds. 2 Sidney 

" Eben, clergyman, h. 43 Kirkland 

" Ebenezer, h. 43 Kirkland 



Francis Emanuel, lab.,N. E. Glass Works, 
h. r. 80 Gore 
" Fannie Mr-., Ii. 00 Harvard 
" George E., driver. 004 Main, house 6 

Charles River 
" Jackson, lab., 169 Gore. b. ■"> Lowland 

ave. 
" Joseph, fireman, First, corner Thorn- 
dike, li. foot Second 
'• Joseph, laborer, X. E. Glass Works, 
North [ney 

11 Matilda, wid. of George W., h. 2 8id- 
Francoeur Edward, brakeman, F. R.R., h. 
75 Gushing 
" Stanislas, painter, h. 137 Dublin 
Frank Charles, ivory turner, h. 196 Green 
Frankenstein George J., cigar maker, h. 
103 Tremont 
" Isidor, pawnbroker and fancy goods, 
403 Cambridge, h. 308 do. [do. 

" Max, clerk, 401 Cambridge, bds. 308 
Franklin Frank, shoemaker, 477£ Main, 
h. do. 
" Stephen, hostler, River St. stable. C. 
R 11. Co., h. 25 Flagg 
Frara August, casket maker, 203 Bridge, h. 
Vine 
" Caesar, rubber, 203 Bridge, h. Vine 
Fraser Edgar J., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. 77 River 
" Eliza F. Miss, rooms 18 Trowbridge 
" James, butcher, h. 16 Cogswell ave. 
" James, cabinet maker, 203 Bridge, h. 

at Boston 
" Louisa Mrs., h. 408 Main 
" William A., salesman, h. r. 45 Winter 
" W. Thomas B., tailor, bds. 408 Main 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier & Smith), and 
(D. E. Owen & Co.), 330 Main : h. 
50 Austin 
" & Smith (Daniel E. Frasier and Al- 
pheus K. Smith), piano-hammer 
coverers, 330 Main 
Frates Frank, sand paperer, 162 Broadway, 
h. 34 Spring 
" John, lab,, h. 105 Fourth 
" Joseph, sand paperer, h. 122 Third 
Frawley Jeremiah, lab , h. 43 Banks 

" Michael, lab., h. 23 Bay 
Frazer Horatio S., architect (Cabot & 

Chandler, B.), bds. 2 Brewster pi. 
Frazier Alex, Jr., printer, Riverside Press, 
h. 5 Gordon pi. 
" George, h. 110 Thorndike 
" James, wheelwright, b. 352 North av. 
" John W., teamster, 211 Bridge, h. 3 

Fifth 
" Robert, collector, bds. 168 Cambridge 
" see Fraser, also Frasier and Frazer 
Frederickson Julia, widow of Frederick, h. 

246 Harvard 
Free Frank E., hairdresser, 385 Cambridge, 

bds. 172 Webster ave. 
Freeley Peter, hostler. 70 Cambridge, b. do. 



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Freeman house 2 Village 

" Alice M. Miss, operator W. IT. 

Tel. Co., 203 Bridge, boards at 

Somerville [do. 

*' Arsene, harness maker, 57 Winter, h. 
*' Benjamin B., jeweller (495 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 74 Ellery 
" Benj. H., carpenter, h. 17 Lopez 
«' Eunice M., nurse, b. 72 Washington 
•" Hannah, widow of Nathan, boards 52 

Austin 
«' James L., h. 104 Webster av. 
<l Jane, widow of Nathan, nurse, house 

Uh Norfolk 
" Jesse H., elerk (114 F. H. market, 

B.), h. 209 Lake View av. 
« John K., clerk (690 Wash. B.), house 

13 Rice 
«' John S., proof reader (31 State, B.), 

house 8 Marvin place 
* l John T., surveyor, h. 325 Harvard 
*' Joseph A., harness maker, 57 Winter, 

boards do. 
■" Josiah C, cook, house 15 Sands 
" Lottie Miss, asst. book-keeper Cam- 
bridge Laundry, b. 8 Marvin place 
* l Nettie Miss, dressmaker, b. 52 Austin 
<i Roxanna, widow of Bartlett B., h. 

22 Watson 
" Thomas H., baker, 79 Cambridge, 

rooms 5 Seeond-st. court 
*' Thomas J., carpet beater, 3 Riyer, h. 

2 Village 
" Thomas N., carpenter, 101 Green, h. 

at Somerville [h. 2 Village 

«' Warren A., carpet beating, 3 River, 
<l William J., nickel plater (B.), house 

71 Sacramento 
" Zoneth B. , carpenter, rms. 12 Dunster 
Freese John W., submaster Washington 

grammar school, h. 15 Shepard 
" William L., conductor Chas. River 

St, Ry. Co., h. at Somerville 
Freeth Annie, wid. of William, b. 39 Jay 
Free thy Win, R., provisions (B.), house 

417 Broadway 
Freitas Manuel, horseshoer, rms. 60 Camb. 
French Adeline B., widow, h. 207i Camb. 
" Chas. A., house 1 Gar Jen 
<i Chas. H., teamster, 125 Bridge, bds. 

20 North 
•" Chas. L., supt. Maverick Oil Co., 

Sixth, corner Potter, h. at Chelsea 
■"■ Cordelia J. Miss, teacher Dana pri- 
mary school 
<l Estelle J. Miss, teacher Harvard 

Grammar school 
■" Francis M., slater, h. 85 Western av. 
«' George E., bds. 97 Norfolk 
** George E., news dealer, 588 Main, h. 

578i do 
«< Geo. L. Mrs., h. 97 Norfolk 
*' Jennie S. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

35 Fourth 



fTJlunTTWDV WATST? gardeners, contractors, 

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French John A., house 26 Hubbard avenue 

" John S., chief engineer, Revere 

Sugar Refinery, Water, house at 

Somerville 
" J. N., cabinet maker, 626 Main 
" Mary F. Q., wid. of Ebenezer, house 

13 DeWolf 
" Lorenzo B., tinsmith (113 Blackstone 

B.), house First, near Spring 
" Lucy C. Mrs., dressmaker, 23 Essex, 

house do. 
" Mary Mrs., house 17 Warren 
" Oren B., carpenter, Palmer, house 30 

Mellen 
" Walter, bds. 165 Prospect 
" William A., stair builder, 49 Trow- 
bridge, house do. 
" Wm. E., teamster (B.), b. 93 Gore 
" Wm. H., bookkeeper (108 Beach, 

B.), house 128£ Green 
<l Wm. H., rec. clerk (41 Washington, 

B.), house 40 Third 

" machinist, house 165 Prospect 

Frenette Ferdinand, safe maker, 17 Main, 

house 36 Broadway 

FRESH POND ICE CO. (Thos. 
S. Hittinger, and Edward A. Daven- 
port), main office foot of Willow, 
branch offices 6 Brattle and 649 
Main (see p. 492) 
Frew James, baker, 31 Elm, h. 26 Sidney 
Frey Wilgand, carver, 626 Main [at B. 
Fricker Julius, piano tuner, 284 Main, h. 
Friedman William, second hand clothing, 

58 Cambridge, house do. 
Friedstrom Andrew P., safemaker, 17 Main 

house 46 Pelhara 
Friel John, junk (25 South Margin, B.), h. 
Auburn place, 2d on right 
" John B., clerk (25 So. Margin, B.), 

boards Auburn place 
" Patrick, cooper (Bay State Sugar Re- 
finery, B.), h. 106 Fourth 
Friend Edward W., tallyman, 13 Broadway 

house 21 Tremont 
Frier Adolphus S., hardware (83 Camb., 
B.), house 41 Pleasant 
" August, cabinet maker, 203 Bridge, 
rooms 77 Gore 
Frink Wm. A., confectioner, h. 173 Otis 
Fritts Wm. M. , salesman (518 Washington 

B.), house 10 Oak 

Fritz Gotleib, wood turner, 131 Broadway, 

boards 13 Clark [at Boston 

" John, carriage painter, 244 Main, h. 

Frizzell Arthur M., cabinet maker, bds. 51 

Pleasant [Brookline 

w Chas. H., cabinetmaker, boards 112 

Frohock Austin W. , clerk, 21 Harvard, b. 

27 do. 
Frost Clarence, b. 28 William 

*' Eliza Mrs., boarding-house 128 Gore 

" Elizabeth, widow of Edmund, house 

126 Oxford 

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Frost Frank, grocer (177 Court, B.), h. 

Hotel Austin 
" Geo., foreman (46 Cornhill, B.), h. 

39 Orchard [Tenncy 

" Geo. A., artist, 224 North av., h. 4 
" Geo. T., hack driver (B.), house 2 

Rogers' block, Main [Inman 

" Luther E. (40 Lincoln, B.), h. 100 
" Wm., h. 132 North avenue 
" Wm. A., shoe findings (40 Lincoln, 

B.), b. 100 Inman 
" Wm. S., county com., Court House, 

Third, h. at Marlboro' 
Frothingham Amos T., cashier, Tremont 

National Bank (8 Congress, B.), h. 

338 Harvard 
" Ashton S. , salesman(B.) , b. 15 Mellen 
" Susan Mrs., h. 15 Mellen 
Frye Horatio B.. h. 191 Harvard 

" James E., provisions, 142 Harvard, 

house do. [453 Carnb. 

" James K. P., laborer, 169 Gore, h. 
" Joseph E., book-keeper (59 Broad, 

B.), h. 14 Harrison [Harrison 

" Lydia A., widow of Sam'l M., h. 14 
" Samuel B., laborer, 169 G re, house 

108£ Tremont [Camb. 

" Sarah E., -widow of John W., h. 451 

Fuchs John Edward, currier, h. 28 Harvey 

Fudge David, undertaker, 18 Third, h. 74 

Gore 
Fullam Patrick W. Mrs., h. 364 Camb. 
Fuller Addie R. , widow of Richard F., h. 

13 Hilliard 
" Alfred C, clerk (110 North, B.), b. 

R. O. Fuller's, Prospect 
" Catherine L., widow of Samuel B., 

seamstress, h. 514^ Main 
" Chas. L., insurance (58 State, B.), 

h. 19 Forest 
" Chester H., paper hanger, b. 99 River 
" Cyrus B., book-keeper, 71 Main, h. 

at Boston 
" Edith D. Miss, at Public Library (40 

Boylston, B.), h. 13 Hilliard 
" Edward H., book-keeper (50 Pearl, 

B.\ h. 467 Main 
" Elizabeth L. Miss, h. 233 North av. 
" Emma A. Miss, boarding-house, h. 

24 Arrow [Hilliard 

" EmmaL., widow of Arthur B., h. 13 
" Franklin, teamster, 17 East, house 

at West Medford 
" Geo., teamster, b. 24 East 
" Geo. A. Mrs., h. 91 Putnam av. 
" Geo. C. W., clothing, 561 Maid, h. 

101 Austin [101 Austin 

11 Geo. C. W., Jr., clerk, 561 Main, b. 
" Geo. S., engineer, h. 83 Oxford 
" Henry L., compositor, 642 Main, b. 
" Lyman I., U. S. postal clerk, B. & A. 

5 Park [R. R., housa 21 Essex 

" Robert N., blacksmith, 4 Cambridge, 

house 92 Third 



Fuller Robert ()., iron and steel (110 

North, B.), h. Prospect, c. Harvard 

" Robert O., Jr., bds. II. O. Fuller's, 

Prospect, c. Harvard 
" Samuel D., elk., 459^ Main, h. 9 State 
" Sarah Mrs., h. Ill Austin 
" Simeon II., salesman (202 Devonshire 

B.), h. 68 Dana 
" Wm., packer, Am. Rubber Co. 
" Wm. H., paper hanger, h. 99 River 
Fullerton Asbury W., machinist, boards 30 
Madison 
" Ellen Miss, h. 21 Hancock 
" Geo., engineer, 136 Franklin, boards 
5 Kinnaird [Prince 

Fulton John, painter, 14 Church, house 22 
" John A., h. 20 Winthrop 
" Robert S., conductor, Camb. R. R. 
Co., b. 22 Prince 
Fumara Dominico, hairdresser, 573 Main, 

boards 11 Lawrence 
Funcka Frank A., watchmaker, h. 17 Banks 
Funk Wm., currier, h. 25 Harvey 
Furbish Chas., teamster, h. 28 Union 
" Geo., carpenter, h. 18 Hudson 
Furbush Elias, h. 96 Harvard [Crescent 
" Fred B., earpenter, Palmer, h. 45 
" Jos. H., police station 1, h. 33 Ash 
" Milburn, cabinet maker, 14 Gore, h. 
at Stoneham 
Furdy John, 169 Gore, b. 15 Ninth 
Furfey Alice E. Miss, book-keeper, b. 122 
Brookline 
" H. Frank, shade painter, 15 Blanche, 

boards 12 Somerset 

" Hugh, mat maker, 120 Brookline, h. 

12 Somerset [118 do. 

" James, mat mnfr., 120 Brookline, h. 

" James A., clerk, 120 Brookline, bds. 

118 do. 
" James H., mat maker, 120 Brookline, 

boards 12 Somerset 
" Michael, mat maker, 120 Brookline, 
house rear 122 do. [line 

" Michael J., mat maker, b. 120 Brook- 
" Wm. P., cooper, b. 12 Somerset 
Furlong Isaac A., butter, etc., 459£ Main, 
h. 13 Magazine 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 164 Gore 
" Thos., laborer, B. & A. R. R., house 
3 Porter 
Furness Wm. H. Mrs., h. 4 Arrow 
Fursburg Emil, b. 3 Rogers' block, Wash. 

GABELINE NICHOLAS, sausage maker, 

house 426 Camb. 
Gabin John, packer Am. Rubber Co., Ninth 
Gabriel John J., glass engraver, house 75 

Inman 
Gaddus David, soap boiler, b. 383 Camb. 
Gadesby Charles, iron-worker, house 14 

Berkshire place 
Gaffey Mary, widow of John, boards 9 

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Gallahger James H., sail maker (B.),h. 48 

Fifth 
Gaffney Andrew, cooper, b. 22 Harding 
" Anthony, finisher 203 Bridge, house 

at Lynn 
" Bernard H., instructor State Prison 

(Charlestown), house 14 East 
" Elizabeth, widow, h. 172 Columbia 
" James, machinist, h. 119 Fourth 
" Lawrence, laborer B. & L. K. K. 
freight depot, h. 61 Spring 
f^i AGE DANIEL. W., stoves, tin- 
\JT ware and plumber, 157 North ave., 
house Lambert ave., cor. Mount 
Pleasant (see page 6) 
" George W. , express driver, house 21 
Green [h. do. 

" Jennie E. Miss, dressmaker, 21 Green 
" Mary C. Miss, nurse, b. 17 Lawrence 
" Milton, furniture, 200 North ave., h. 
36 Orchard [square 

" Nath'l Mrs., b. F. P rrin's, Arsenal 
Gaghon Frank, brick-maker, M. W. Sands 

Walden, house n. do. 
Gahm Elizabeth B. , teacher Gore primary 
school, b. 96 Vine 
k£ John, varnisher Second, cor. Thorn- 
dike, house 96 Vine 
" Joseph S., clerk (450 Wash., 
boards 96 Vine 
Gaines Major, laborer, h. 25 Wash. 
Garlarneau Charles J., clerk, house 

172 Columbia 
Gale Cicero C, salesman (61 Chauncy 
house 246 Harvard 
" Frank, engineer B. & L. R. 
rooms 95 Otis 
f^i AL.E GEO. T., pres. National 
VX Bank, 553 Main, h. 320 Harvard 

G^ ALE GEO. W., lumber, 336 to 
JT 348 Main, cor. Porcland, house 330 

Harvard (see outside front cover) 
" Justin E., b. 25 Kirkland 
" Maggie, widow of Geo., house foot 

of Bennet [Boylston 

Gallagher Catharine, widow of Tlios. h. 39 

" Charles, iron molder, 356 Main, h. 

at South Boston 
" Dennis, laborer, bds. 2 Hastings 
" E., hose maker, 31 Hampshire 
" Edward, stone cutter, b. 104 Harvard 
" Edward E., safe maker, 17 Main, 

boards 15 Ninth 
" Elizabeth Mrs., h. 26 Tremont 
" Henry J., machinist,. B. & M. R. R. 

shop, boards 185 Camb. 
" Hugh, cigars, etc., (511 Somerville 

ave., Som.), b. 187 Hampshire 
" Hugh, laborer, 29 Main, h. 2 Hastings 
" Hugh, tinsmith, bds. 81 Elm 
" Hugh J., laborer, h. 30 Gore 
" James, carpenter, h. 16 Sidney 
" James, night watchman 17 Main, h. 

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Gallagher James A., machinist O. C. R. R. 

shop boards 15 Ninth 
" Jane C. Mrs., h. 185 Camb. 
" Jeremiah, liquors (16 Portland, B.) 

house 55 North [Niuth 

" John, safe maker 17 Main, house 15 
" John, stone cutter, h. 11 Conlon's ct. 
" John A., lather, h. 128 Webster ave. 
" Margaret Miss, h. 36 Harvard 
" Mary, boarding-house, 11 Ninth 
" Mary, widow of Owen, h. 30 Gore 
" Mary, shoemaker Am. Rubber Co., 

house 177 Otis 
" Mary Mrs. , h. 37 Bristol 
" Owen, safe maker (Sudbury, B.), 

house 11 Ninth 
" Owen J., book-binder Riverside bind- 
ery, house 25 Lopez 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Conlon's ct. 
" Patrick, peddler, h. 48 Harding 
" Peter A., machinist 17 Main, boards 

James Gallagher's, Munroe 
" Peter H., horse shoer (B.), house 2 

Potter 
" P. J., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Thomas, laborer 17 East, house 16 

Cambridge 
" Thomas, plasterer 610 Main, house 

101 Webster ave. 
" Thomas, tinsmith (B), h. 31 Tremont 
" Thomas J., trunk maker, (73 Haver- 
hill, B.), house 68 Hastings 
" Wm., police, station 2, house 101 

Webster avenue 
" Wm. J., fancy goods 127 and 195 

Camb., house 185 do. 
Gallant Michael, laborer, h. 50 Spruce 
Gallary Wm. J. , laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, h. Waverly, east Fort Wash. 
Galley George, laborer, h. 36 Gore 
" George J., button dyer, b. 36 Gore 
" William J., brakeman B. & M. R. 

boards 36 Gore 
Gallivan Abbie L. , widow of Daniel, house 

78 Boylston 
" Daniel, shoemaker, h. 36 Foster 
" James, groceries and provisions, 36 

Foster, house do. 
" James, laborer, h. 2 Shepherd's blk., 

Charles River [Montgomery 

" John, carpenter, house Dudley, near 
" John gardener, h. 59 Boylston 
" John, teamster, h. 15 Foster 
•' John, shoemaker, 26 Foster, h. do. 
'• Mary, wid. of Jas., h. 71 Boylston 
" Michael, groceries 185 Mt. Auburn, 

house Marsh court 
" Michael F., peddler, h. 10 Fourth 
" Mortimer, laborer, house rear 215 

Mount Auburn [Marsh ct. 

" Patrick, laborer, house M oore's blk. 
" Patrick, laborer Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, house 26 Sparks 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 24 Foster 



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( iallivan Thomas, blacksmith 18 Carab., h. 
24 Vine, No. 8 
" Timothy, night watchman Murray 

Bt stable, house 12 Mm ray 
Galliuan Michael F., pedlar, h. 10 Fourth 
Calvin Daniel, clerk, 18 Sparks, bds. do. 
" Jacinth, lumper, 139 Broadway, b. 7 

Eighth 
" James 1)., clerk, 215 Franklin, b. do. 
" Joanna, widow of Philip, house 116 

Brookline 
" John, at 126 Portland, h. Rolling 

Mill block, Bristol 
" John, laborer, H. U. yard, h. 6 Grant 
" John, liquors, 215 Franklin, house 15 

Foster 
" John A., conductor Cambridge R. R. 

Co., bds. 126 Harvard 
" Mary, widow, h. 746 Cambridge 
" Michael, h. 171 Norfolk 
" Michael, Jr., candy-maker, boards 

171 Norfolk 
" Michael J., laborer, h. 116 Brookline 
" Philip J., pressman Riverside Press, 

house 114 Brookline 
" Richard, clerk, 459 Main, house 116 

Brookline 
" Robert, car builder, B. & L. R, R. 

shop, bds. rear 83 Bridge 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 188 Winsor 
" William, watchman B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Boston 
Galway John, driver Camb. R.R. Co. 
" William, polisher, Mt. Auburn, opp. 

Elmwood ave., h. 211 Mt. Auburn 
" William, Jr., teamster, boards 211 

Mt. Auburm [Washington 

Gammon Edwin E., carpenter, house 37 
Gammons Bertha L., widow of Charles H. 

h. ik Essex 
" Herbert N., confectioner, (161 Co- 
lumbus ave., B.), bds. 4£ Essex 
Gandy Charles, laborer, 126 Portland, bds. 

105 Portland 
" Thomas, h. 105 Portland 
" Thomas, Jr.. laborer, 126 Portland, 

h. 204 Cambridge 
Gannett Agnes Mrs., h. 42 Brattle 
" John P., h. 10 Frost 
" John S., clerk, Union Safe Deposit 

Vaults (40 State, B.), h. 10 Frost 
" Thomas B., superintendent Revere 

Sugar Refinery, Water, h. 3 Dana 
" William Wvllys", h. 10 Frost 
" William W., h. 3 Dana 
Gannon Bridget Mrs., h. 305 Cambridge 
" James, plumber, bds. 305 Camb. 
" Martha, wid. of Patrick, h. 80 Elm 
" Peter J., mason, bds. 80 Elm 
" Peter Joseph, bds. 84 Elm 
" Thos. , laborer, h. r. 40 Washington 
" Thomas, mason, h. 84 Elm 
" Thomas, upholsterer, bds. 305 Camb. 
Ganong Albert, carpenter 006 Main 



Gkuoong Allison W., carpenter, 856 Main, h. 

:; 1 Moore 
Ganse C, laborer, Am. Rubber Co. 
Gaibati Albert, clerk 527 Cambridge, h. at 

Somerville 
Garbett John, bds. 151 Brookline 
Garcelon Elizabeth, teacher Harvard gram- 
mar school 
Garde Edward (Wixon & Garde), fish, 35 

River, bds. at Somerville 
Gardham George T., braas finisher, Otis. 

near First, hds. r. 118 Cambridge 
" Jane, widow of John, h. r. 118 Camb. 
" John S., b. r. 118 Cambridge 
" William S., bar-keeper, 120 Camb.. 

boards rear 118 do. 
Gardiner Emeline C, widow of Charles F., 

house 8 Forest 
Gardner Ada J., teacher High school 

" Augustus P., student H. U., rms. 16 

Winthrop [Hampshire 

" Benjamin R., shoe-laster, house 203 
" Charles W., milkman, h. 24U Moutit 

Auburn 
" C. Amelia, widow of George M., h. 

14 Cogswell avenue 
" Eben S., baker, 376 Cambridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
" ElishaP., teamster, 139 Gore, house 

165 Cambridge 
11 Elliott \Y., piano maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 203 Hampshire 
" Frank W., base ball player, bds. 195£ 

Cambridge 
" George W., clerk (9 Chauncy, B.), 

house 14 Cogswell avenue 
" James, hostler, h. 7 Fifth 
4t James, painter, h. 26 Brookline 
" Joel, bds. 60 Market 
" John C, engineer B. & L. R.R.. h. 

133 Cambridge 
" John W., baker and news dealer, 195£ 

Cambridge, house do. [Decatur 

" Mary A., widow of Miles, house 17 
" Peter, laborer, 169 Gore, and grocer 

29 Warren, house do, 
" Randall, machinist, 72 Main, house 

32 Magazine 
" Samuel B., cooper (B.), h. 10 Lake 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 12 Webster ave. 
Garland Adelbert, painter, bds. 48 Pine 
" Alexander, driver, 120 Hampshire 

bds. 52 Elm 
" Ezra O., with Globe Gas Light Co. 

(Union, B.), rooms 62 Otis 
" Frank E., machinist. 450 Cambridge. 

bds. 439£ do. 
" Gilman B., painter, h. 48 Pine 
" Henry, 126 Portland, h. 138 Harvard 
" Nathaniel, h. 7 Summer 
Garmissen Von Mary Mrs., teacher of lan- 
guages, rear 112 Spring, h. do. 
" Gustavus, furniture polisher, Second 

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Garrabrant Edward, hatter, bds. 387 Main 
Garragan Eliza, widow of Lawrence, house 

105 Kinnaird 
Garrity Catherine, wid. of John, h. 6 Beaver 
" Edward, cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
" George, lathe turner, Third, c. Potter 
" George, tinsmith, Seavey, boards 28 

Pelham 
" Henry B., box maker, bds. 13 Vine 
" James, butcher at Niles Bros., Con- 
cord ave. 
" James L Mrs., h. 13 Vine 
" John, blower N. E. Glass Works, 

North, h. at Somerville 
" Martin, ham curer, Niles Bros., Con- 
cord avenue, house rear do. 
" Michael J., plumber 12 Brattle, bds. 
6 Bsaver [Portland 

" Peter, helper, 74 Boylston, house 8 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 14 Otter 
" Thomas E. , assistant Harvard College 
Library, rooms Harvard Hall 

G arr y — j hostler, b. Rogers blk. , Main 

Gartland James, butcher Niles Bros., bds. 
Michael Gartland's Concord av. 
" Michael, lard refiner, Niles Bros., h. 

Concord av., n. Belmont line 
" Patrick, teamster, Hovey & Co., h. 80 
Kirkland t 

Garvey James, horse shoer, 106 Portland, 
corner Hampshire, house do. 
" John J., grocer, 31 Harvard, house 
rear 29 do. 
Garvin David, laborer, h. 28 Warren 
" Ellen, wid., h. 103 Fourth 
" James J-, brush maker (132 Oliver, 
B.), h. ]03 Eourth [Boston 

" John, glass blower, 3 Second, n. at 
" Patrick J., glass-blower, 3 Second, b. 
103 Foutth 
Gary Patrick, laborer, b. 34 Hampshire 
Gaskins Thomas S., waiter Memorial Hall, 

house 35 Elmer 
Gasper Henry H., dove tailer, Otis, corner 

First, boards 118 Cambridge 
Gass Charles H, produce com. mer. (Gl 
and 63 F. H. market, B v , house 11 
Roseland 
Gateley John, laborer, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tary h. 126 Holworthy 
" Thomas, city laborer, h. 126 Holworthy 
Gately James, laborer, h. 31 Charles River 
" James E., clerk, 1 Palmer, house 59 
Mt. Auburn [Tenth 

" John, 169 Gore. b. 5 Linehan's block 
" John J., clerk, 9 Harvard square, 

house 25 DeWolf 

" Joseph, clerk 9 Harvard square, bds. 

10 Charles River [do. 

" Maria Mrs., groceries, 63 Spring, h. 

" Michael, furnishing varnisher Second 

corner Thorndike, h. 63 Spring 
" Peter, marble polisher, 53 Main, h. 
49 Amoay 



Gately Thos., last carrier, Amer. Rubber r * 

Co.. house 133 Portland w 

" Thomas, lead maker, N. E. Glass O 

Works yard, b. 7 Water _• 3 

4 ' Thos. , varnisher at Amer. Rubber Co. ^ Ta 

house 13 School [c. Florence w 75 

Gates Edwin F., salesman (B.), h. Pleasant^ ^ 

" Hannah Miss, variety store, 77 Hamp- S 

shire, house do. ffi ^ 

11 H. Sumner, painter, b. 23 William g ^ 

" Linda Miss, asst. matron 41 Holyoke,^ 

boards do. *j 

" Sally, wid. of Henry, h. 23 William ffi £ 

" Stephen F., mechanical engineer, h. r • £j 

49 River ^ U 

" Wm. H., painter, 23 William, h. do. j^ </} 

Gaughan John, jointer, 162 Broadway, h. r* - 

17 Ninth -^ o 

Gaul Maria A., wid. of Lewis, h. Go Wash. O "g 

" Russell, porter, h. 28 Harrison ^"ka 

Gaulropp Frank, liquors and boarding house 3 © 

440 North avenue, house do. [do. ~ Pfl 

" Frank, Jr., clerk, 440 North av., bds. q 

Gault Benjamin F., carpenter, house 92 CO 

Pleasant ^ 

Gauthier Alexander, cabinet maker, 137 ^^s 

Broadway, house 7 Portland *J J 

" Louis R., music teacher, 117 Thorn- T* 

dike, rooms do. [Stinson ct. l^ 

Gaw David, clerk 28 Central sq. , boards 3 Tyl 

" James, at Am. Tube Works (Somer- '"^■« 

ville), h. 3 Stinson ct. ^ J 

Gay Archibald H., sailmaker, h. 4 Davis ^j 

" Charles A., janitor City Hall, h. 93^/ 

Green ""^ 

" Edward De Forest, salesman (20 Tre- ^^ 

mont Row, B.), house 132 Auburn ^**H 

«• Elizabeth Mrs , h. 855 Main f \ 

" Elliott A., sewing machine agent, h. ^^ 

112 Pearl [Co., h. 10 Revere 

" Ellsworth L., conductor Camb. R. R. -S/ 

" George A., machinist, h. 16 Holyoke ^\J 

Gale Hezekiah C, milkman, h. 24 Chauncy 

" Howard E., hairdresser, 531 Main, h. f j] 

56i Green [Adams ^^ 

" Walter S., farmer, b. Mrs. Wm. Gay's fy^ 

" Wm., letter-carrier Camb. P. O., 7 *~4 

Harvard row, h. 18 Bowdoin ^"V 

" Wm. Mrs., h. Adams, n. Belmont line H^ 

Gaylord Edson D., dentist (120 Tremont, f , 

B.), h. 21 Worcester [Walden ~ 

" Frances D., wid. of Edwin, house 19 h"H 

Gaynor Wm. , boiler maker, 72 Main h-^ 

Gaytons Bernard, h. 167 Spring 1*~-i 

" Catherine, wid. of John, h. 167 Spring **J 

" John, hostler, Camb. R. R. Co., 246 Pj 

Camb., b. 5 Linehan's blk., Tenth y 
" Patrick F., teamster, 103 Bridge, h. [ 1 
24 Sixth f 

Geary Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, house 323 [ T ( 
Cambridge 
" James, cooper Ninth, corner Spring, £h 
house rear 53 Viee O 

" Joseph, laborer, h. 13 Vine ^2m 



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Geary Lewis, furniture polisher, b. 13 Vine 
'• Patrick, laborer, b. 32 Nortli 
11 Richard J., watchman, Third, corner 

Potter, h. 91 Pine 
" Thomas, engineer 172 Pearl, house 7 

Rollins court 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 50 Cedar 
" Win., currier, h. 6 Reed 
Geddes Alice A. Mrs., teacher of cooking, 
house 22 Inman [h. at Somerville 
" Daniel, stone cutter, 258 Mt. Auburn 
Gee John, checker B. & L. R. R. hay depot 
No. 1, Prison Point, h. at Somerville 
Geisler Maria A., wid. of Francis C, house 

125 Winsor 
Geldert Edward, printer, b. 12 Douglass 
Geldowsky Ferdinand, furniture mnfrv, 
Second, c. Thorndike, house at Bos- 
ton Highlands 
" John F., manager Second, c. Thorn- 
dike, h. at Boston Highlands 
Gendreau Leon, carpenter, bds. 95 Spruce 
" Michael, brick maker, Parry Bros. & 
Co., Raymond, h. 83 Spruce 
Genley James, laborer, h. 195 Mt. Auburn 
Genther Gilmore, tinsmith, 57 Cambridge, 

h. 133 Otis 
Geoghegan Francis J., pool room and cigar 
mnfr., 165 Broadway, h. 61 Hamp- 
shire 
George Allen, canvasser, h. 5 Vine 

" Anthony, hairdresser, 197 Cambridge, 

house at Boston 
" Harvey, h. 104 Otis 
" Obadiah, h. 375 Cambridge 
Gepelin Henry, tinsmith, 12 Brattle 
Geppert Herman C, wood turner, Otis, c. 

, First, h. 118 Gore 
Gerceau Alfred, tinsmith, h. 130 Bridge 
Gerhard David, brass finisher (97 Oliver, 
B.), h. 2 Chestnut Park 
" John B., machinist (N. Y.), bds. 2 

Chestnut Park 
" Joseph M., brass finisher (97 Oliver, 

B.), b. 2 Chestnut Park 
" Wm. J., engravers' apprentice, (97 
Oliver, B.), b. 2 Chestnut Park 
Germaine David, gardener and sexton, St. 
Peter's R. C. church, h. 19 Tuttle 
" Joseph P., clerk, b. 19 Tuttle 
" Matthew, pump maker, (B.), bds. 19 
Tuttle [Hastings 

German Anna J., widow of James, h. 45 
Gerold Fred, laborer, A. H. Hews & Co., 

bds. Peter Bourget's. Crescent av. 
Gerrish Charlotte A. Miss, dressmaker, 83 
Green, h. do. 
" Edward, bds. 8 Avon [ston 

» Mary A., wid. of Samuel, h. 104 All- 
" Peter, upholsterer, 67 Sixth, h. 69 do. 
" Smith, house 8 Avon 
" Woodbury, cabinet maker and wood 
carver, 14 Pearl, h. 83 Green 
Gerry Andrew W., cooper, b. 2 Bell 



Gerry Frederick A., h. 89 North av. 
" John, plasterer, 610 Main 

" John W., horse shoer, 9 Tenney, h. 

13 do. 
" Lewis, furniture packer, Otis, corner 

Third, bds. 13 Vine 
" Margaret M. Miss, music teacher, 30 

Shepard, bds. do. 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 2 Bell 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 32 North 
" Sophia J., widow of Rev. Edwin J., 

h. 30 Shepard [Pleasant 

" Trueworthy. trav. salesman, bds. 67 
" Warren A., carriage trimmer, b. 89 

North avenue 

GEBB V WALTER A., restaurant 
and lodging house, 108 Cambridge, 
(see p. 487) 
Gerwig Charles, shoemaker, rooms 104 
Hampshire 
" Charles L. , boot and shoemaker, 3 
River, bds. 104 Hampshire 
Gestlauer Catherine, widow, h. 28 Fifth 
Getchell Elihu B., intelligence office, fruit, 
etc., 29 Central square, b. Hotel 
Wentworth, 9 Essex 
" Harry C, clerk (119 Milk, B.), bds. 
Hotel Wentworth 
Gethins Patrick, harness cleaner, 904 Main 
h. 167 Green 
" Thomas, plumber, (Charles, B.), b. 
167 Green 
Geyer Andrew, apothecary, 88 Cambridge, 

house 35 Third 
Gfroerer Charles, wood carver, Otis, cor. 

First, h. 69£ Fifth 
Gibbens Eliza P. Mrs., h. 18 Garden 

" Mary Miss, private school (18 West 
Cedar, B.), h. 18 Garden 
Gibbons Jas. E., lab. (B.), h. 25 Jefferson 
" John, cutters' helper, Amer. Rubber 

Co. 
" Richard G. , clerk, U. S. and Canada 
Ex. Co. (Canal, B.), bds. rear 58 
Charles 
Gibbs Amory T., h. 56 Hamilton 

" Charles E., mould maker, Otis, near 

First, h. at Maplewood 
" Francis G., trav. salesman, bds. 110 

Inman 
" Fred T., clerk (43 Franklin, B.), h. 

45 Norfolk 
" George Mrs., shoemaker, Amer. Rub- 
ber Co., h. Hawkins block, Charles 
" George O.. clerk (21 Pearl, B.), b. 
56 Hand t:>n [house 280 Pearl 

" Herbert R., clerk, Riverside Press, 
" Horace G. , gas machines (Cincinnati, 

Ohio), h. 110 Inman 
" Phineas C clerk, Am. Ex. Co. (122 

Canal, B.), h. 26 Suffolk 
11 Susan F. Mrs., b. 150 Mt. Auburn 
" Walter, prof. Physical Laboratory, 
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Giblin James, laborer, h. 36 Brewery 
Gibney Lawrence, laborer, B. & L. R. R., 

freigbt house (B.), D - 61 Spring 
Gibson Albert, painter, bds. 1H Auburn 

" Andrew, clerk (99 Broad, B.), b. 22 
Hoi worthy place 

" David, granite cutter (B.), bds. 22 
Holworthy place 

" Elizabeth, widow of Matthew, h. 1 
Second street court 

" George, cigars, etc., 537 Main, h. 
5 Hi do. [43 Norfolk 

" Henry, gardener, 333 Harvard, h. r. 

" Herbert A., wood printer, 3 Hamp- 
shire, bds. at Somerville 

" James, carpenter, h. 32 Vine 

" James, laborer, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. 22 Holworthy place 

" John, florist, r. 148 Brattle, h. do, 

" Joseph P., reporter (83 Milk, B.), h. 
36 Western avenue 

" J. F., cabinet maker, 626 Main 

" Robert, baker (Chelsea), house 67 
Brookline [Garden, h. 44 do. 

" Wm., gardener and milkman, 132 

" Wm. T., milkman and watchman, 
Harvard College, h. 11 Willard 

GII> DINGS SAMUEL, lively, 
hack and boarding stable, 15 Gore, 

h. 116 Thorndike (see p. 486) 
Giffney Catherine, widow, h. Seventh, cor. 

Cambridge [bury 

Gifford C. F., builder, 169 Gore, h. atRox- 

" Elisha, compositor, University Press, 

h. 2 Sacramento place [pi. 

" Franklin K., teacher, b. 2 Sacramento 
" Lysander G. W., day watchman, 169 

Gore, rms. 103 Cambridge 
Giggins Israel, hostler. River st. siable, 

Camb. R. R. Co., h. at Boston 
Gilbert Alvah A., laborer, h. 5 Hamilton 
" Charles, clerk, bds. 94 Magazine 
" Charles S., insurance agent (B.), h. 

2 Union court 
" Ellery T., ins. agt., h. 10 Warland 
" Frederick M., clerk (19 Summer, 

B.), bds. 20 Lee 
" George, boiler maker, 92 Main 
" George A., travelling salesman 

(Wash., B.), h. 58 Sixth 
" Harriet O. Mis-, bds. 26 Lee 
" Hiram, h. 10 Warland 
" James L., musician and piano tuner 

(3 West, B.), and 87 Camb., h. do. 
" Joseph city blacksmith, h. 106 Inman 
" Joseph, clerk (150 Wash., B.), h. 

Ill Tremont 
" Wm. F., painter, 72£ Inman, h. do. 
" Wm. F., jr., night telephone oper- 
ator. 623 Main, b. 72£ Inman 
Gilcreas Chas. S., salesman (29 Hawley, 

B.), bds. 57 Franklin 
" D. Austin, carpenter, r. 577 Main, h. 

57 Franklin 



Gilcreas Frances E. Miss, book-keeper, b. 

57 Franklin [41 Cogswell av. 

" Hannah, widow of Simeon, house 

" Mary C. Miss, book-keeper, bds. 57 

Franklin [pi. 

Gilkey Rose P. Miss, dressmaker, h. 7 King 

Gill Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 121 Elm 

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458 Harvard, h. 29 Ash (see p. 
" Michael, lab., h. 22 Hunting 
" Peter, granite cutter, bds. 8 Broadway 
" Thomas E., yard .master, B. & A. R. 
R., h. 137 Brookline 
Gillam Charles H., coal and wood, 1 Nor- 
folk ct. , and 400 Cambridge, h. do. 
Gillan John, grocer, 242 Cambridge, h. do. 
Gilleland Francis, shoemaker, h. 184 Bridge 
Gillespie Eliza J. Mrs., dressmaker, 17 Mt. 
Auburn, h. do. 
" Isaac W. (Gillespie & Short), carpen- 
ter, 267 Main, h. 81 Winsor 
Gillies John P. (5 Temple place, B.), h. 40 
Mt. Auburn [Prospect 

Gilligan Barney, base-ball catcher, bds. 126 
" James, lab., John Reardon & Sons, h. 

104 Brookline 
" John, lead mkr., N. E. Glass Works 

yard, bds. r. 139 Bridge 
" John A., city lab., h. 109 Elm 
" John H., teamster (95 Haverhill, B.), 
h. 246 Bridge [Prospect 

" Patrick, driver, 502 Main, boards 126 
" Patrick, lab., h. 143 Hampshire 
" Patrick, lab., Waverly, cor. Talbot 
" Patrick, h. 126 Prospect 
" Peter, produce peddler, h. 70 Vine 
" Rose A. Mrs., dressmaker, 79 Gore, 
h. do. 
Gillis Charles P. , brass finisher (36 Bowker, 
B.), bds. 61 Charles 
" Daniel W., printer, bds. 76 Harvard 
" John, lab., h. 74 Cushing 
" Patrick, carpenter, bds. 61 Charles 
" Patrick, hostler, Mt. Auburn stable, 

C. R.R. Co., h. 261 Mt. Auburn 
" Peter, lab., h. 53 Vine 
Gilman Arthur, sec. of society for the col- 
legiate instruction of women, H. U. , 
h. 5 Waterhouse 
" Charles Mrs., h. 75 Sixth [Story 

" Elizabeth C, widow of John C, h. 18 
" Francis B. , discount clerk, Merchant's 
j\at. Bank (28 State, B.), house 7 
Hawthorn [18 Cogswell ave. 

" George W., clerk, 226 North ave., h. 
" James A., carpenter, h. 24 Fifth 
" James A., printer, 10 Dunster, h. 72 
Chestnut [mary School 

" Mary M. Miss, teacher, Wyman Pri- 
" William B., conductor, C. R. R. Co., 
bds. 42 Antrim 
Gilmore Ann W., widow of Joseph A., bds. 
10 Jay [ington 

" David, janitor (B.),h. rear 63 Wash- 



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Point, 1). tit Boston 

11 Edward S., grocer, (29 Main, B.), h. 
19 Lancaster [caster 

" Elizabeth, wid. of Gilbert, h. 19 Lan- 

" Henry II. (Gilmore &, Eustisj, propr. 
Cambridge Rolling Mill, 12(5 Tort- 
land, h. 26 Clinton 

" James, Jab., Am. Rubber Co. [h. do. 

" James, provisions, 393 Cambridge, 

" James H., grocer, 25 Holworthy, bds. 
58 Auburn pi. 

" John, h. 58 Auburn pi. 

" Peter, boot maker, Am. Rubber Co. 

" Robert H., clerk, Cambridge Rolling 
Mill, 126 Portland, bds. 26 Clintoir 

G^ILMORE & EUST1S (Henry 
W H. Gilmore and Prank I. Eustis), 
props., ( ambridge Rolling Mill, 126 
Portland (see outside back cover) 
Gilmour Mary A., wid. of William, h. 220 
Putnam ave. 
" William J., foreman (126 Fulton, B.), 
h. 256 Pearl 
Gilpatrick Elizabetb R., wid. of Benjamin, 

h. 2 Pleasant pi. 
Gilroy Michael, city lab. , h. r. 64 Charles 
Ginty James EL, lab., 184 Broadway, bds. 
5 Winsor 
" Michael, police officer, station 2, h. 
47 Winsor 
Girard George, driver, Peter Morse, boards 
Samuel Girard's, Dnblin 
" J., driver, C R.R. Co. 
" Louis P., stereotyper, University 

Press, h. 25 Western ave. 
" Samuel, lab., h. Dublin, cor. Walden 
" Semiry,lab., boards Samuel Girard's, 
Dublin [way, h. at Boston 

Girdler John L., action maker, 162 Broad- 
Given Bella D., widow of George M., h. 87 
Columbia [212 Cushing 

Glaab Leonard, shoemaker (Watertown) , h. 
Glacken John H., grocer, 21 Harding, h. do. 
Glancy Michael, lab., h. 210 Columbia 

" Thomas, lab., h. 210 Columbia 
Glaser Frank, foreman, 502 Main, house 29 
Green 
" Joseph, baker, 502 Main, b. 29 Green 
Glasgow Frank, cabinet maker, rooms 5 

Rogers' brick blk. , Main 
Glasner Axel, waiter, 120 Cambridge, 

rooms do. 
Glass Eunice E. Mrs., h. 106 Columbia 
" John H., sawyer, h. 116 Western ave. 
" LeRoy, carpenter, h. r. 48 Auburn 
" Richard, jig sawyer, h. r. 65 Western 
ave. 
Glassmacher Henry, professor, St. Thomas 

Aquinas College, h. 2 Amory pi. 
Glazebrook John G. , hairdresser 182 

Bridge, b. at Somerville 
Glazier Charles H. , traveling salesman, b. 
19 Ellsworth ave. 



Glazier Geo. M.,com. mer. (9 Franklin, 

B.), h. I'.) Ellsworth ave. 
Gleason Daniel W., turner,!), till Clark 
" Edward, bootmaker, American Rub- 
ber Co. 
" Edward L., b. 83 Clark 
11 Joanna A. Miss, h. 83 Clark 
" John H., plumber, 99 Cambridge, b. 

115 Charles 
11 John H., printer, b. 83 Clark 
" Mary E. Miss, at rubber works, b. 83 
Clark [Watertown 

" Michael, wool puller, 19 Frank, h. at 
v ' Richard, carpenter, h. 27 Sidney 
" Thomas F., iron worker, b. 83 Clark 
Gleeson Daniel J., asst. pastor, St. Paul's 

Church, h. 34 Holyoke 
Gleich uf Vitus, currier M. Kuebler's, b. 

440 North ave. 
Glen David, printer ^6 Williams ct. , B.). 

h. 15 Sumner 
Glendenuing John G. , soap cutter, 172 

Pearl, b. 9 Perry 
Glennon Patrick, laborer, John Reardon & 
Sons, h. 62 Waverly 
" Thomas, boiler maker, 225 Bridge, h. 

at Chelsea 
" Thomas, laborer, John Reardon & 

Sons, h. 56 Waverly 
'' William, stone-cutter, h. 12 Locust 
Glidden Arno W., printer, University Press, 
h. 848 Main 
" Asa M., b. 848 Main 
" Clinton S., clerk (182 State, B.), b. 
5 Centre [h. 6 Day 

" Edward O., com. mer. (94 State, B.), 
" Fred B., conductor Chas. It. St. Ry. 
Co. [43 Cushing 

" Geo. F., machinist (25 Chas'n, B.).h. 
'■ Osmond N., clerk, 549 Main, boards 
394 do. 
Glines Alonzo B., shoecutter, b. 9 B'dwy 
Glover Charles C, master mariner, h. 26 
Winthrop 
" Henry R., bedding supplies (129 
" Louisa S., widow of Nathaniel, h. 113 
Putnam avenue 

Friend, B.), h. 13 Waterhouse 
" Win, L., clerk (N. Y. & N. E. It. R.. 
B.), h. 113 Putnam av. 
Glynn James. laborer, Middlesex Bleachery, 
(Somerville), h. 13£ Warren 
" James F., iron moulder, Third, cor. 

Bent, h. 284 Broadway 
" James F. , machinist, boards 327 Cam- 
bridge 
" John P., blacksmith, b. 327 Camb. 
" Lawrence, blacksmith, h. 827 Camb. 
" Mary Miss, h. r. 25 Grant 
" Patrick, laborer, Waverly, c. Talbot 
Godbold Joseph W., book-keeper (61 Chat- 
ham, B.), h. 35 Orchard 
Goddard Mary A., widow of William W., 
h. 7 Essex 



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Gondard Nellie B., widow of Chas. A., h. r. 

66 Norfolk 
Goddu John B., machinist, h. 5 Portland 
Godfrey Benj. F., cooper, 169 Gore, h. 42 
Fifth [at Roxbury 

" Charles, carpenter, Otis, c. First, h. 
" Chas. G. , cooper, h.37 Cowperthwaite 
" James, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 
44 Blackstone 
- John G.. h. 10 Union 
" WillardF - , sawyer, 3 Hampshire, b. 
10 Union [Lawrence 

" William, cooper, r. 68 Allston, bds. 2 
Goding Ellen, widow of Flavel H., h. Port- 
land, c. Vandine 
" Eugene F., tinsmith, h. Portland, 
c. Vandine 
Goe per Bros. (ffm. and Gustavus Goep- 
per), barrel mnfrs. . Ninth, c. Spring, 
and 138 Gore [h. 85 Otis 

" Gustavus (Goepper Bros.), barrels, 
" John, foreman, 138 Gore, b. 85 Otis 
" Wm. (Goepper Bros.), barrels, h. 91 

Otis 
" Wilhelmina, widow, h. 85 Otis 
Goettner Joseph, currier, h. 366 North av. 
Goff Thomas, carpenter, h. McDonald, be- 
low F. R. R. 
" Thomas, gardener, h. 104 Sparks 
Goggin James H. . carpenter, h. 8 Athens 

" Michael, laborer, h. 2 George 
Gohring Fred C., engineer (State Prison, 

Chas'n.), h. 34 Hubbard av. 
Gokey Alex., brickmaker, h. r. 51 Dublin 
Golden James, iron dresser, Third, c. Bent, 
h. at So. Boston 
" Michael, laborer, h. 96 Webster av. 
" Sarah E. Miss, teacher, Harvard 
grammar school, b. 45 Trowbridge 
Goldie Win., clerk, fruit stand (E. R. R., 

B.), h. 32 Prospect 
Golding Barry E., laborer (B.), b. r. 159 
Broadway 
" James, laborer, h. 21 Carson 
" John, teamster, Farrell & Nagle. h. 

1 Frank 
" Michael, laborer, 184 Broadway, bds. 
392 Camb. [b. 1 Frank 

" Wm. P., book-keeper, Farrell & Nagle, 
Golding, see Goulding 
Goldman Abram, cutter, h. 205 Harvard 
'• Ralph, salesman (400 Washington, 
B.), b. 205 Harvard 
Goldrup Elmer, carpenter, 184 Broadway 
Goldsmith Benjamin W., printer, 443 Main, 
b. at Chas'n 
" Charles W., extract dealer, house 12 
Norfolk [av. 

" George O., blacksmith, b. 7 Fairmont 
" Wm. H , book-hinder Riverside 

Press, h. B75 Putnam ave. 
" Wm. H., carpenter, h. 76 Fairmont 
Goldspring Edward, printer, University 
Press, h. 61 Auburn 



Goldspring Timothy, plasterer, h. 16 Sparks 
Goldthwait Charles H. , machinist, 225 
Bridge, h. at Lowell 
" Francis, wind chest maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 29 Market [way 
'• Francis E., action maker, 139 Broad- 
Goldthwaite Frederick H,, engineer, bds. 8 

Lawrence 
Gomes Antoine, finisher, Second, c. Thorn- 
dike, h. 94 Spring 
" Joseph L., hairdresser, 95 Cambridge 
b. 94 Spring 
Gonier Peter, laborer, Camb. cemetery, h. 

37 Sargent 
Gonyon Mederic, wire worker, boards 94 

Henry 
Gonvon Ulric. blacksmith (Brighton av. B.) 

h. 94 Henry 
Gonzales Louis A., laborer, 31 Hampshire 

bds. 5 Portland 

Gooch Frank A., chemist (Wash. D. C.)» 

h. 2 Mt. Auburn 

" Joshua G., principal assessor district 

1, office City Hall, h. 2 Mt. Auburn 

" Nathan G., coal (70 Kilby, room 7, 

B.), h. 3 Fayerweather 
" Wm. D., clerk National Revere Bank 
(100 Franklin, B.), bds. 3 Fayer- 
weather 
Good Jeremiah H., clerk (307 Wash., B.), 
h. 102 Gore 
" Bridget Mrs., liquors, 194 Norfolk, 

house do. 
" John, at Am. Rubber Co., rooms 167 

Broadway 
" John P., sawyer, 162 Broadway, h. 
107 Putnam "ave, [folk 

" Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 194 Nor- 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 102 Gore 
" Thomas F., glass stainer (471 Tre- 

mont, B.), b. 27 Union 
" Timothy, wood worker, State, corner 

Osborn 
k ' Timothy J. , h. 27 Union 
" Timothy J. Jr., wood turner, boards 
27 Union 

" , slater, h. 174 Columbia 

" see Goode, also Gude 
Goodale George L., professor and director 
of Botanic Garden, H. U., house 8 
Craigie 
" John, inventor, h. 172 Norfolk 
Goode J., mill hand, 31 Hampshire 

" Wm. J., carpenter, 74Boylston, bds. 
21 Bowdoin 
Goodell John S., sign painter (8 Broad, B.) 
h. 12 Lake 
" Samuel F., elk. (246 Devonshire, B.) 
bds 12 Lake 
Goodfellow James, lab., bds. 5 Vine 

" Martha S. Miss, dressmaker, boards 

25 Mt. Auburn 
" Mary A., widow of S. Percival, 25 
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Goodman Henry, tinsmith, h. 28 Sargent 

»« .!. P. driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
Goodnew Thomas, bntcher, L69 Gore, h. 

2 Linehan'e block, Third 
Goodnow Freeman C, ins. clerk (45 State 

B. h. 818 Harvard 

" GeorgeW.,(ll Lakeman Market, B.) 

h. is Tremonl 
" Lucia M., widow of Joseph, h. 330 

Broadway 
" Luvia Miss, teacher, Oti.s primary 

school. 1). 65 Otia 
" Nancy. Mrs., li. 30 Concord ave. 
Goodrich Elijah 1). (7 Exchange pl.,B.), 

bouse 309 Broadway 
11 Frank, laborer, bds. rear 140 Garden 
11 George II.. clerk, h. 8G Allston 
" Silas Mrs. h. 7 Summer 
Goodridge Charles E., clerk (40 Court, B.) 

h. 57 Essex 
4< Charles F.. grocer (75 Commercial, 

B.), h. 82 North avenue 
" Christine M., widow of Ambrose H., 

h. 57 Essex 
" Susie M. Miss, copyist, Otis, corner 

Second, b. at Newton Centre 
Goodrow Chas. E., clerk (105 State, B.), 

b. 114 Oxford 
" Eli L., janitor, Zoological Museum, 

h. 114 Oxford [54 Columbia 

Goodwillie Fred M., pressman (B.), house 

" James M., printer, h. 54 Columbia 

" Walter S , printers 

Federal, B.), h. 74 
Goodwin Annie M. Mrs., h. 
" Chas. H., student, 

Follen 
" Daniel A., currier, bds. 181 Dublin 
" Daniel H., overseer, 19 Frank, house 

181 Dublin 
" Edwin, baker, 15 River, bds. 17 do. 
" Florence E. Miss, saleswoman, bds. 

37 Putnam ave. 
" George E., engineer Riverside bind- 
ery, h. 1134 Putnam ave. 
" Hersey B., com. mer. (15 India, B.), 

house 8 Follen 
" James, mold maker, N. E. Glass 

Works, h. r. 43 Winter 
" James E., printers' apprentice, Uni- 
versity Press, bds. r. 43 Winter 
" Joseph, laborer, 19 Frank, boards 181 

Dublin [37 Putnam ave- 

" Martha A., widow of George, house 
" M. V. B. conductor Chas. R. R. Co. 
" Stephen Franklin, variety store, 205 

Cambridge, house do. 
" Thomas, laborer, 91 Broadway, h. 37 

Washington 
11 Wm. A., steam piper, bds. 37 Putnam 

ave. [h. 5 Follen 

" Wm. W., professor of Gr^ek, H. U. 

Googins Eben H.. travelling salesman 503 

Main, h. 87 Franklin 



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Googina George A., traveling nalesmai 
Main. house 87 Franklin 
M;ir\ !•;. . « id. of Henry, h. 98 Winsoi 
■ Thomaa B., clerk 8 No. Market, li 

h. 99 Winsor 
" Wm. V,.. b. B8 Plymouth 
Gookin Frank L. . printer, University i 
h. 12 Putnam avenue 
" Wm. II.. printer, bds. 12 Putnam av. 
Gordon Calvin G., assistanl supt. Albam- 
bra coffee rooms, CI 1 Green. li. 
h. 6 Clinton 
" Chas. E., cabinetmaker, h. 8 Jordan 
place [Sidney 

" Chas. E., helper, Albany, house 62 
" Elizabeth, widow of John, bouse 101 
Winsor 

" Harris F.. Bbipping clerk, 139 Broad- 
way, bds. at Boston 
" John M., bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

B.), bds. 101 Winsor 
" John W.. supt Alhambra coffee 

rooms (11 Green. B.), h. 6 Clinton 
" Margaret E., widow of Donald, h. 

14 Beaver 
" Thomas fid.., machinist, h. 7~> Spring 
" Wm.. roofer, 559 Main, h. <',2 Sidney 
" William, proof-reader University 

Press, h. 14G Mt. Auburn 
" William M., h. 482 Cambridge 
Gore Avery W., junk (104 Canal, B.), h. 

120 Magazine 
" Geo. A., "clerk (164 Canal, B.), bds. 

1 Hastings square 
" primary sch ol, 56 and 58 Gore 
" William, pot makers' helper, N. E. 

Glass Works. North 
Gorey Michael, freight car repairer, B. & 

L. R. R. shop 
Gorman Ellen, widow, house r. 6 East 
" Hanora. wid. of Edmund, boards 8 

Hancock 
" James A., cooper Goepper Bros., b. 

51 Vine [40 Camb. 

'' John, iceman Citizens Ice Co., h. 
" John, junk dealer, 134 Columbia, 

house do. 
" John, tinsmith, h. 84 Fifth 
" Julia, wid. of John. h. 51 Vine 
" Margaret Miss. h. 207 Hampshire 
" Valentine, lab., h. 5 Ninth 
" William H.. coachman, 21 Kirkland. 

bds. 16 Farwell place 
" William J., horseshoer Chas. River 

St. R'y Co., h. 856 Main 
Gormley Arthur H., brass finisher, boards 

62 Hastings 
" Charles, teamster, 103 Bridge, house 

at Somerville 
" James J., stair builder, h. 40 Willow 
" John, house 62 Hastings 
Gorrell John, lab., 17 Main, h. r. 421 Camb 
" Samuel, teamster, C H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 186 Winsor 



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Gorton Samuel M. , carpenter, h. 4 Summer | 
Gosnell Wm., lab., 17 East, b. 70 Gore 

" Wm. B., carpenter, h. 4 Lawrence 
Goss Herbert C, clerk, 452 Harvard, bds. 
46 Mt. Auburn 
" Lucy M., widow of Simon H. , house 

31 Cherry 
" Osman H., painter, house 31 Cherry 
Gougb Nathaniel, cooper, 169 Gore, house 

rear 143 do. 
Go\ild Abraham, machinist, h. 16 Lake 
: ' Augustus D., salesman (47 South, 
B.), bds. 106 Prospect 
Benjamin A., house 29 Kirkland 
Bridget, wid. of Wm., h. r. 10 South 
Caroline A., wid. of Dudley F., h. 

106 Prospect 
Edward E., door-keeper, Prospect 
Skating Academy, 10 Prospect, bds 
106 do. 
Elizabeth Mrs., b. 315 Harvard 
Frank, bds. 9 Remington 
Frank, safe maker, 17 Main 
Frederick L. (15 Kilby, B.), house 

9 Highland 
Frederick W., bds. 9 Highland 
George, carpenter, b. 8 Fairmont av. 
George jr., painter, b. 1 Magazine ct 
Howard F., salesman, boards 9 Rem- 
ington 
John B., carpenter, 21 Wash., h. do. 
Mary S. Miss, b. 19 Buckingham 
Michael, peddler, h. r. 269 Camb. 
Packing Co., mnfrs. steam packing 

r. 113 Cambridge 
Robert, house 147 Cambridge 
Reuben B. H., treas. Gould Packing 
Co., r. 113 Cambridge, h. 28i Third 
R. D., driver Camb. R. R. Co., bds. 

at Boston 
Wm., baker, house 9 Remington 
Wm. E., house 21 Cogswell ave. 
Wm. H., letter-carrier (P. O., B.), 
house 8 Oak 
Goulding Charles S., cashier Harvard Ska- 
ting Rink, rooms 10 Prospect 
" Christopher A., brass moulder, bds. 

9 Murdock 
' ' Elizabeth, wid. of Thos. h. 9 Murdock 
" James, lab., house 21 Carson 
Gourlay John S., printer (Washington, 

D. C), house 23 Fairmont 
Govan David (Gova : & Cochran), 162 
Broadway, house 31 Trowbridge 
" John C, case maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 86 Washington 
" John C, case maker, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
' ' & Cochran (David Govan and John 
Cochran), organ case makers, 162 
Broadway 
Gove Archibald R. (Paige & Gove), milk 
contractor, r. 75 Bridge, house 29 
Maple avenue 



Gove Calvin, provisions, basement, 604 

Main, house 20 Cottage 
f^i OVE CHARLES S., soda and 
\JT mineral water mnfr. (30 Canal. B.), 
h. 28 Warland (see page 498) 
Charlotte S., widow of Peter, house 

29 Maple avenue 
Ezra C, apothecary. Main, junction 
Washington, h. 1 Rogers' blk. Main 
Milo, clerk, 545 Main, h. 9£ River 
Nathan, clerk, 118 Third, boards 106 
Spring [Spring 

Robert H., grocer, 118 Third, h. 106 
William Wallace, brakeman B. & L. 
R. R., house 40 Gore 
Gowdey Martha W., widow of Albert V., 

house 124 Otis 
Gowen Rebecca S. Mrs., h. 37 Mellen 
Gowey Fred L. , wire worker (Brighton av. 
B.), bds. 149 Brookline 
" Henry, wire worker (Brighton ave., 
B.), house 149 Brookline 
Grace Frances, Avid, of Jos., h. r. 30 Gore 
" John, baker. 502 Main, h. 28 Harding 
•"*' Manuel, fisherman, h. 1 Lowland av. 
" Peter, 169 Gore, bds. 5 Linehan's 
block, Tenth 
Gracey Samuel L. Rev., pastor M. E. 
church, Cambridge, cor. Third, h. 
100 Cambridge 
" Spencer P., clerk (107 Milk, B.). b. 
100 Cambridge 
Grady Annie, widow of John, h. 16 Vine 
" Catherine, widow of Joseph, house 

73 Gore 
" Francis, bds. 73 Gore 
" James M., gardener, h. 32 Charles 
" Joseph, at F. R. R. baggage room. 

(B.), b. 73 Gore 
" Martin, horse-shoer, 231 Main, house 

basement Rogers' block, Main 
" Michael, cooper, Sortwell's distillery 
h. at Somerville 
Gragg Moses H. , action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 10 Gardner 
Graham Ann, widow of Bernard, house 1 
Pioneer place 
" Archie B., plumber, 5 Brattle, bds. 

at Somerville 
" Edmund, cutter, Union Glass Co. 

Somerville bds. 7 Ninth 
" Helena, widow of Thomas A., house 

119 Spring 
" James, lab., house 89 Harvard 
" James, painter, b. 8 Eighth 
; ' John, asst. janitor, Hemenway gym- 
nasium, rooms do. 
" Michael, lab., h. 69 Brookline 
" Patrick, lab., h. 117 Pleasant 
" Patrick, lab., h. Garden ct., 2d on 

left, from Dublin 
" Sarah D. Miss, teacher, Gore street 

primary school, b. 57 Third 
" Wm., book-keeper, h. 76 Magazine 



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Presbj terian church B. . hous 
Third 
» Win. T., machinist, 72 M 
Pioneer place 
< rrahmhoni < rufltai us, drain-pipe n 

132 Main, li. 22 Pioneer av. 
Gramee Chas. T., car builder F. R.R 
( lhas'n ■ bds. 8 Holyoke 
Blbridge <;.. car builder V 
shop < Ihas'ii ■ li. * Holyoke 
•• Louise Miss, clerk, 142 Harvard, bds 
8 Holyoke 
Grandison Wm., compositor University 

Press, house 29 Elmer 
Graney John, lab., h. 37 Sargenl 
•• Patrick, lab., 169 Gore, boards rear 
23 Carson [ct. 

•' Winnie, wid. of Michael, h. Decatur 
Granger Henry G., conductor Camb. R. R. 
Co.. b. 198 Bridge [198 do. 

" John H.. varnisher, 203 Bridge, bds. 
Stephen J., varnisher, 203 Bridge, h. 
230 do. 
" Thomas D., stone cutter, li. Lopez 
" Thomas F.. trimmer. 203 Bridge, h. 
92 Gore 
Grannan Daniel W., compositor University 
Press, house 212 Green 
" Wm., gardener, h. 227 Franklin 
Grant Alexander M.. cabinet maker, 384 
Main; house r. 5 Russell 
Alfred F., case maker. 105 Magazine I 
'• Alpheus, lab., house 8 Prince 
» Chas. Mrs., b. 122 Otis 
" Chas. E.. shoemaker (172 Purchase. 

B.), house 5 Cottage 
' ; Daniel "W., cooper, 169 Gore, house 
Squire's brick building, r. 168 Gore i 
» Edward D., driver Camb. R. R. Co., 

h. 14 Eliot 
'* Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, house 
90 Harvard [Green 

" Emma F., widow of Goodwin, h. 54 
" Fidelia Miss, h. 803 Main 
" Frank A., mason, b. 262 Sidney 
» Franklin, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Geo. W\, mason (B.), b. 262 Sidney : 
" I. A., driver, Camb. R.K. Co. 
• ; James (Grant & Mann), cabinet 

maker. 384 Main. h. 50 Union 
• James, laborer, h. 185 Mt. Auburn 
" James, stone cutter, 258 Mt. Auburn. 
h. 10 Eliot [50 Union 

" James jr., upholsterer. 436 Main, bds 
" John A., carriage painter, 2:52 North 

av., h. at Arlington 
•• Joseph II.. grocer. Mt. Auburn bridge 
(AVatertown), h. 36 Hoiworthy 
Laurence A., conductor. Camb. R.R. 
Co., house 47 Spruce 
'• Marcus M., shipper. 105 Magazine. 

house 8 Prince 
"~ Moses P. Mrs., b. 24 Arrow 



Granl Sarah N.. vridow of Elbridge, house 
262 Sidney 

• William ll.. ;ii Union Glass Works 

Somen tile I, b. rnman Bq. Hotel 
& Mann James Grant), cabinet 
makers and upholsterers, 384 Main 
( iiMiiiiicld Robert, currier, I tadley 
Gratz Albert ('.. book-keeper, 502 Main. b. 
55 Green 
Francis <;.. clergyman, b. 55 Green 
'• Laura E. Mis*, b. :>:, < Jreen 
•• Louise II. Miss, book-keeper, 502 
Main, b. 55 < Ireen 

Pauline Mrs., widow, b. Harris, at 

Somerville line 
Graustein Adolph II.. cheese maker, r. 75 
Bridge, house 65 Fifth 
Charles IL. milkman, b. 124 Spring 
Herrmann L., cheese maker, rear 75 
Bridge, b. at ( lharlcstown 
•■ William A., milkman, bds. C,r, Fifth 
Graves Anthony, lab., h. 5 Madison 

Eugene, cooper, r. 68 A 11-ton. bds. 2 
Lawrence 
" George, trav. agt.. Mass. Total Absti- 
nence Society, h. 101 Thorndike 
" John M.. foreman of watchmen, 1G9 
Core, h. 108 Thorndike [Boston 

• Oliver B., foreman. 3 Linden, h. at 
" Theodore C. (Graves & Phelps), table 

mnfr., State, cor. Osborn, house at 
Boston [Crrigg 

• William H.. police station 2. house 31 
" & Phelps (Theodore C. Graves and 

Myron W. Phelps), table mnfrs. 

State, cor. Osborn [folk 

Gray Angie ().. wid of Charles, h. 30 Nor- 

• Asa. Fisher Professor of Natural 

History, H. U.. house Botanic Gar- 
den. Garden, cor. Linnsean 
" Bridget, wid. of Henry, h. 321) Main 
" Dennis A., carpenter, h. 107 Columbia 
" Elizabeth Miss, h. 107 Green 
'■ Elizabeth Mrs., h. 128 Pleasant 
•' Elmer E., clerk, 17-i Rice, b. 17 do. 
" Frank, teamster, h. r. ln"2 Dublin 

• F. C, conductor Camb. R. R. Co.. b. 

at Brighton [Village 

" George H.. polisher. 28-1 Main. bds. 8 
(George Z. r>. d., Dean Ep. Theo. 
School, h. 3 Mason [Main. b. do. 
" Harry clerk, Prospect House. 59G 
Henry W.. wood moulder. 44 Cam- 
bridge, b at Charlestown 

• Horace J., deputy cellector. Internal 

Revenue (Post-ofKce bldg., room 39 
B.), h. Bristol, cor. Webster ave. 

;< Hugh R.. druggist. 475 Main, house 
475A do. 

" James, boiler maker, h. 12<> (ireen 

• .lames, lab., h. !» Revere 

•• James, lab., h. 196 Franklin 

James M.. waiter (Young's Hotel. 
B.), h. 115 Columbia 



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Gray John C, lawyer (40 State, room 20, 

B.), h. Brattle, c. Fresh Pond lane 

" Joseph, lab., h. Garden court, first on 

right from Dublin 
" Peter, lanterns and tinware (12 Mar- 
shall, B.), h. Groveland, 1st from 
Spruce 
" Peter Mrs., h. 40 Plymouth 
" Rebecca Miss, h. 107 Green 
' ' Richard W. , piano finisher, 20 Albany, 

h. 74 Chestnut 
" Robert, bookbinder, Riverside Press 
" Robert A., postal clerk (B.&A. R.R., 

B.), h. 1 Pine 
" Robert R. , bookkeeper, Alfred Yates 

& Co., 69 Main, h. 65 Sprnce 
" Stephen, clerk (B.), h. 353 Pearl 
" Walter S., clerk, 178 Harvard, house 

181 do. 
" William H., instructor, House of Cor- 
rection, h. r. 166 Cambridge 
Grayson Peter, machinist (37 Charlestown, 

B.), h. 44 North 
Greaves Charles H., clerk (40 State, room 
37, B.), bds. Elm, cor. White 
" Thomas J., carriage painter (B.), h. 
Elm, cor. White 
Grebenstein Edward W., bookbinder, Riv- 
erside Press, h. 316 Pearl 
Greco Letterio C. , hairdresser, 573 Main, h. 
21 Cottage [sor 

Greehan John B., cooper (B.), h. 167 Win- 
Greeley Myra A. Mrs., bds. 24 Arrow 
" Rensselaer, foreman, 113 Broadway, 
h. 21 Antrim 
Greely Eliza T. Miss, bds. 13 Centre 

" Frank B., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

h. 21 Antrim 
" Helen M. Miss, bds. 13 Centre [ter 
" James, lab., C. H. North's, h. 33 Por- 
" Leander, carpenter, buihler, and lum- 
ber, 113 Broadway, h. 13 Pleasant 
" Philip Mrs., h. 13 Centre 
" Philip T., h. 13 Centre 
Green Alfred, printer (117 Franklin, B.), 
h. 69 Ellery 
" Alfred M., clerk (211 Tremont, B.), 

bds. 69 Ellery 
" Allen M., clerk (16 Oliver, B.), bds. 

71 Allston 
" Andrew J., principal assessor, dis- 
trict 3, office City Hall, h. 28 Second 
" Ansil .W., teamster, C. R. R. Co., h. 

18 Dunster 
" Catharine, wid. of Charles A., h. 14 

Washington ave. 
" Charles, tobacco, etc. (143 Cam- 
bridge, B.), h. 15 Hollis 
" Charles D., trunk maker (B.), h. 10 

Cogswell pi. 
" Charles G. (36 Hawley, B.), house 14 

Washington ave. 
" Charles R., stair builder, 113 Broad- 
way, h. at Somerville 



Green Cheney (A. T. Jenness & Co.), 
express, h. 830 Main 
" Daniel, lab., h. Sibley ct. 
" Edward, lab., bds. 14 Vine 
" Frank F., lab., h. 21 Reed 
" George F., boiler maker, 92 Main, b. 

at Somerville 

" George W., bookkeeper, boards 24 

Antrim [blk. , Main 

" Gustof, helper, 17 Main, h. 8 Rogers' 

" Henry T., compositor, Riverside 

Press, h. 28 Cherry 
" Jeremiah, liquors, 8 Broadway, b. do. 
" John P., brushmaker (Purchase, c. 

High. B.), b. 14 Vine 
" John S., organ maker (B.), h. 71 

Allston 
" J., laborer, h. 4 Dinsmore court 
" LeviR. (16 Oliver, B.),b. 11 Ware 
" Louisa Miss, h. Ellery, n. Harvard 
" Maria, widow, h. r. Ill Elm 
" Michael, cigar maker, 599 Main, b. 

462 do. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 22^ Sparks 
" Nicholas St. John Mrs., house 20 

Buckingham 
" Oscar F., stair builder, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 4 Seckel 
" Patrick, laborer. B. & M- R. R.freight 

depot (B.), h. 14 Vine 
" Philip, painter, 101 Green, h. 13 Fair- 
mont avenue 
" Richard, porter, h. 26 Harris 
" Thomas, fireman Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 80 Sixth [R^ed 
" Thos., laborer Camb. cemetery, h. 14 
" Thomas, tinsmith, 8 Brattle, bds. 15 

Farwell place 
" Thos. H. , gardener, b. 14 Reed 
" Thos. L., varnisher, 203 Bridge, h. 

39 Gore 
" William, foreman, 31 Hampshire, b. 

63 Hampshire 
' ' Wm. F. ,wood engraver (31 Milk,B.) , 
b. 4 Seckel 
Greenberg Charles, waiter, h. 5 Pelham 
Greene Albert T., artists' oil color mnfr. ,99 
Green, h. do. 
" Bernard, laborer, h. 128 Webster av. 
" Chas. W., tool maker, h. 104 River 
" Elbridge A. (Greene & Co.), stoves 

etc., 651 Main, h. 97 Green 
" Joseph T., upholsterer (518 Wash- 
ington, B.), b. 69 Elm 
" Mary H., widow of Issachar A., h. 

95 Green 
" Peter, mantle mnfr. (B.), h. 69 Elm 
" Peter F., cabinet maker (B.), h. 39 
Gore [Green 

" Walter A., teamster, 613 Main, h. 35 
" Wm. H., upholsterer (B.),b. 69 Elm 
" & Co. (Elbridge A. Greene), stoves, 
furnaces, etc.. 651 and 653 Main 



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Greener Mary A., widow of Richard W., h. 

63 Washington 
Greenlaw E. A., confectioner, h. 77 Clark 
" Frank E., h. 77 Clark 
" Harry E., arctic maker, Amer. Rub- 
ber Co., b. 77 Clark 
" Moses W., furniture polisher, Otis, 
c. First, and variety store, 371 
Main, h. 77 Clark 
11 Samuel, engineer, Waverly, c. Tal- 
bot, h. 64 Waverly 
Greenleaf Albert P., mason, 469 Main, 
variety store and h. 464 do. 
" Chester, teamster (B.),h. 61 Auburn 
" Geo. W., decorator, h. 12 Antrim 
" Geo. W., plumber, h. Chestnut, cor. 

Sidnev 
" James Mrs., h. 76 Brattle 
" Joseph, mason, h. r. 91 Green 
" Joseph, plasterer, h. 1 Erickson ct. 
" Joseph, h. 28 Fifth 
" JosiahL., mason, b. r. 91 Green 
" Oliver P., mason, 26 Central sq., h. 
49 Essex 
Greenough Catherine, widow of James, h. 
33 Tremont 
" Henry Mrs., h. 747 Cambridge 
" Jas. B., prof, of Latin, H. IT., house 

foot Riedesel ave. 
" Jas. J., teacher (20 Boylston place, 
B.), b. James B. Greenough's, Rie- 
desel ave. 
(^ BEEWOUGH W. A. & CO. 
\JC (Elmer Littl jfield and James E. Hun- 
tress), compilers, printers and pub- 
lishers, Cambridge City Directory, 
5 Harvard sq., 575 Main, and (31 
Milk, B.) 
Greenwood Gideon, baker, Peter Morse, 
Walden, b. do. 
" Joseph, brickmaker, h. 118 Dublin 
" Lemuel A., overseer C. R. R. Co's 

stable, 201 M in, h. 65 Green 
" Wm. P., h. 140 Harvard 
Greer Hiram, truckman (24 Kingston, B.), 

h. 32 Second 
Gregg David A., draughtsman (211 Trem- 
ont, B.), h. 127 Auburn 
Gregory James A., conductor C. R. R. Co., 
h. 354 North av. 
" Joseph, plumber, h. 77 Washington 
" Sarah B. Miss, h. 681 Main 
" Thomas B., packer, N. E. Glass 
Works, h. 26 Fif„h 
Greimminger Antoine, cabinet maker, h. 
105 Portland [land 

" Joseph, piano key maker, b. 105 Port- 
Grener Francis, engineer, Quirin & Co., 

Tannery, h. 2d from North ave. 
Grennier Adolph, wood turner, h. 6 Eighth 
" Louis, cabinet maker, Otis, c. First, 
b. 33 Cambridge 
Gribbin Annie Miss, b. r. 103 Sixth 
" Bessie Miss, h. r. 103 Sixth 



Gribbin Mary Mrs., h. 17 Brown 
Gridley James F., bds. 61 Oxford 
Grieves Charles H., brass-moulder, 



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Otis [school, b. 3 Sixth 

" Sarah M., teacher Putnam grammar 

" Sarah T., widow of Thos., h. 3 Sixth 

" Wm. H., watchman N. E. Glass 

Works, h. 104 Spring 

Griffin Arthur C, wheelwright, 270 North 

av., h. 26 Rice 

" Daniel A., iron molder, 356 Main, b. 

Auburn place [Auburn pi. 

" Daniel J., conductor C. R. R. Co., h. 
" Dennis, laborer B. & M. R. R., h. 45 

Cambridge 
" Dennis, night watchman (86 Somer- 

ville av., Somerville), house 14 

McCabe 
" Dennis C, gents' furnishing goods, 

131 Bridge, h. at Somerville 
" Edith A., widow of Eliphalet, h. 26 

Rice 
" Edward J., shipper (51 Avon, B,), h. 

41 Spruce [Cogswell ave. 

" Geo. H., tinsmith, 220 North av..h 40 
" Harvey B., carpenter, h. 17 Mead 
'■ Helen M. M. Miss, teacher of music, 

9 Pleasant, bds. do. 
" James, ware dresser, 356 Main, house 

Auburn place [Auburn pi. 

" James jr., iron moulder, 356 Main, b. 
" John, laborer (B.), b. 20 Carson 
" John H., carpenter, b. 26 Rice 
" Mary, wid. of Dennis, h. r. 25 Bow 
" Mary, wid. of Michael, h. 20 Carson 
" Mary A., wid. of James W., house 

84 Prospect 
" Michael, bookbinder, h. 5 Beaver 
" Michael, lab. Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

house rear 13 Locust 
" Michael ^Griffin & Dolan), soap mnfr 

r. 13 Decatur, house 75 Brookline 
" Patrick, section man B. & L. R. R., 

boards 159 Bridge 
" Richard, bds. 20 Carson 
(i Sarah J. Miss, clerk (68G Washing- 
ton, B.), b. 26 Rice [do. 
" Sylvanus G. , driver steamer 4. rms. 
" Thomas, engine cleaner B. & L. R. 

round house 
" Thomas, engineer, 602 Main 
" Tbomas, machinist 17 Main 
" Thomas H., book gilder, house 4 Sy- 

mond's block, DeWolf 
Griffis Elias D., tin worker, 153 Putnam 

ave.,h. 37 Somerset 
'• George W., compositor, Riverside 

Press, bds. 37 Somerset 
Griffith Aaron, boiler maker, 92 Main 
" John, police station 2. h. 1 Moore 
" John J., lab., h r. 11 Valentine 
" Margaret, tailoress, house Rogers' 

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Griffith Thomas, engineer, h. 160 Green 
Griffiths Geo., teamster, 111 Bridge, house 
13 Leighton court 
" John J., slater, h. 3 Rogers' brick 

block, Main 
" William J., planer, State, cor. Os- 
born, house 98 Banks 
Griggs Charles C, teamster (T wharf, B.) 
house 40 Winsor 
" James B., teamster (T wharf, B.), 
house 40 Winsor [9 Essex 

" Lucy J. Mrs., h. Hotel Wentworth, 
Grills Chas. J., sail-maker and grocer, 93 

Fourth, house do. 

Grimes John, hostler Camb. R. R. Co., 

Dunster [h. 23 Reed 

" Michael, tinsimth (137 Cambridge B.) 

Grimminger Jacob, furniture filler, Second 

cor. Thorndike 
Grinham Daniel L., plumber, b. 115 Pleasant 

" John, grocer. 115 Pleasant, h. do. 
Grogan John, 169 Gore, bds. 7 Buck's blk. 
Seventh [1 Garden 

Grono William, tailor, 8 Boylston, boards 
Groom Thomas, box cutter, h. 6 Moore 
Grose Edgar E., produce, house basement, 
7 Rogers' block, Main 
" George L., rooms 91 Columbia 
" Henry H., provisions, h. 4 Suffolk 
Gross Mary E., wid. of Robert G., house 

Hastings 
Grossman Chas. W., salesman (42 Essex 
B.), h. 99 Pleasant 
*' Frederick, machinist (109 Court, B.) 
house 263 Putnam av. 
Grosvenor H. P., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house at Lowell 
Groun John, fresco painter (B.), house 75 

Brookline 
Grove George, inventor, h. 167 Broadway 
Grover Chas. R., jeweller, b. 18 Kinnaird 
Chester B , h. 331 Broadway 
Edward O., master Shepard gram- 
mar school, h. at Arlington 
Frank, tinsmith, 8 Brattle, house 6 

Murray 
Lucas B., h. 335 Broadway 
Nathan M. , printers' detergent manu- 
facturer 18 Kinnaird, h. do. 
" Walter C, messenger Central Na- 
tional Bank (121 Devonshire, B.), 
bds. 335 Broadway 
Grows David, stock cutter, Otis, cor. First, 

house at Maiden 
Grueby Edward L., treas. Am. Net and 
Twine Co., foot Second and (43 
Commercial, B.), h. 33 Harris 
Gruhn Fred, butcher Niles Bros., Concord 

av., house n. do. 
Gruss Henry, butler, 8 Highland, house 87 

Concord avenue 
Gude Bridget, wid. of Harmon, h. Rogers ct 
Grunenwald Christian, at Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. 11 Fourth st. place 



Guenette George, clerk, 104 Dublin, h. do. 
Gueplo George, lab., house 265 Putnam av. 
Guerdeau Arthur, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. 
First [Garden 

Guerneau Louis F. A., gardener, h. 140 
Guerrier Eben, carpenter, h. 4 Daye court 
Guilbault Frank, cooper, 169 Gore, house 

170 Gore 
Guild Albert Mrs., h. 63 Prospect 

" Chas. H., baker, h. 15 Myrtle place 
" Dana, bookkeeper (94 North, B.), b. 

5 Hilliard 
" Harriette E., wid. of Geo. A., house 

5 Hilliard 
" Harry A., clerk (B.), b. 19 Wash. 
" James E., machinist, b. 15 Myrtle pi. 
Guilmartin James, journalist, h. 35 Winsor 
Guiney John, currier, h. Montgomery, cor. 
Reed [h. 54 Waverly 

" John, weigher, John Reardon & Sons 
Gulliver Belle F., teacher Willard school 
Gullstrom A., safe maker, 17 Main 
Gummo Wm. H. , machine blacksmith, h. 

61 Sixth 
Gunn Alfred, lab., bds. 10 Eliot 

" Wm. D., carriage painter, 446 Main, 
house 2 Regent 
Gunner John, cabinet maker, 17 Main, 

house 106 Tremont 
Gunning John J., piano hammer coverer, 

339 Main, house 47 School 
Gunnison Daniel O., painter, 63 Moore, h. 
64 Inman 
" Sarah J. Miss, teacher Felton prima- 
ry school, b. 64 Inman 
Gunther Benj. F., casket trimmer, 203 

Bridsre, bds. 95 Gore 
Guppy Annie M. Mrs. (Guppy& Dearborn) 
dressmaker 170 Hampshire, h. do. 
" & Dearborn (Mrs. A. M. Guppy and 
Miss E. A. Dearborn), dressmakers 
170 Hampshire 
Guptill P. L., conductor Camb. R. R. Co., 
house at Brighton [Amory 

Gurney Edwin L., music teacher, house 15 
" Ephraim W., University Professor of 
History. H. U., h. 10 Fayerweather 
" Hannah V., widow of Thomas, h. 
11 Brookline [12 Eliot 

" Henry F., driver Camb. R. R. Co., h. 
" Thomas E., mason tender, 469 Main, 
house 21 Brookline 
Gurnham Thomas, variety store, 160 North 

avenue, h. 30 Cogswell ave. 
Gurry Bernard, cooper, b. 210 Sidney 
" John, laborer, h. 210 Sidney 
'• John F., horseshoer 498 Main, house 
16 Blanche [Franklin 

" John N. , sizer 15 Blanche, b. 7 
Gushee Edward M. Rev., rector St.Peter's, 
house 30 Lee 
" Julia S. Miss, teacher City primary 
school, Almshouse. Tannery, boards 
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Gust Lawrence, currier Miiller Bros., house 

372 North a^e. 
Gustafson John Wm., cabinet maker, bds. 

G Lechmerebldg., Lechmere sq. 
Gustavson Adolph, sounding-board maker, 
20 Albany 
" E., cabinet maker 17 Main, house 

170 Putnam avenue 
" John W., cabinet maker, 384 Main 
Gutheim Sophia, widow of Frederick L., 

cigar mnfr. 60 Spring, h. do. 

Guyer Jennie A. Miss, music teacher 37 

Eourth, boards do. 

" Lewis B.. boots and shoes, 97 Camb. 

house 38 Fourth [dock 

Guyett Charles, cornice maker, h. 19 Mur- 

" Felix, painter 16 Boylston, boards 

42 Mount Auburn [47 do. 

Gwvnne Wm. H., 22 and 24 Brattle, house 

G" WYNNE & CO., University stable 
22 and 24 Brattle (see p. 4) 

HA AG JACOB, cigar mnfr. 16 Lopez,h.do- 

Hackett Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 

164 Franklin 

" Frank, tow boy Camb. R. R. Co., bds. 

164 Franklin [167 do. 

" Henry, packer 162 Broadway, boards 

" Henry C, letter carrier P. O. 611 

Main, house 15 Summer [Decatur 

" Jacob, teamster 172 Pearl, house 25 

" John F., bar tender, b. 164 Franklin 

" John F., clerk 407 Main, boards 164 

Franklin [176 Green 

" John H., University Press, house 

" Mary, wid. of John, h. 16 Hancock 

" Mertie, base ball player, b. 83 Brattle 

" Thomas H., driver Chas. R, St. R'y 

Co., boards 164 Franjdin 
" W., at 17 Main 

" Walter H., printer University Press, 
house 83 Brattle 
Hadcock Charles E., sexton First Baptist 

church, house 54 Trowbridge 
Hadley Alice M. Miss, clerk 207 Camb., 
boards 6 Oak 
" Clarence V., sign painter 76 Gore, 

boards 36 Fourth 
" Elbridge J., casket trimmer 203 

Bridge, house 6 Oak 
" George A., printer, b. 36 Fourth 
" Henrietta A. Miss, b. 78 Kirkland 
" Lucy J., widow of Elijah L., house 
78 Kirkland [Market 

" Martha J., widow of Wm. P., h. 35 
" Nathaniel I., boot maker, 76 Gore, 

house 36 Fourth 
" Theodore F.. conductor (South Bos- 
ton R. R. Co., B.), bds. 35 Market 
" William F., clerk 168 Gore, house at 
Arlington 
Hadlock Hezekiah E., h. 13 Norfolk 
Haffelder Fred, foreman of butchers, 169 
Gore, h. 13 Squire's ct. 



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Hagan Bernard, cooper, bds. 104 Brookline 
" Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 181 

Cambridge 
" Edward C. D., electrician (B.), h. 

Hotel Cambridge, Crescent ave. 
" Felix, laborer Revere Sugar Refin- 

er^, house 7 Fifth 
" Harry, blacksmith, Palmer, corner 

Church, b. 6 Harvard sq. 

" James, mat maker 120 Brookline, b. 

104 do. [104 do. 

" John, mat maker 120 Brookline. bds. 

" Mary, widow of Peter, house 104 

Brookline 
" Nancy Mrs., h. 102 Brookline 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 104 Brookline 
" Patrick J., blacksmith Camb. R. 

Co., house 93 Brooklinp 
" Thomas, bds. 102 Brookline 
Hagar Archibald, printer, h. 70 Second 
" Charles E., bds. 19 Tremont 
" Fred W., Probation officer house 

Tremont 
" FredW. Jr., collector (P. O., B.), 
boards 19 Tremont 
Hagen Hermann A., prof, of Entomology 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, 
H. U., h. 7 Putnam ave. 
Hager Albert, clerk 77 Cambridge, boards 

at Somerville 
Hagerty John, blacksmith's helper 92 Main, 
house 88 Fifth 
" Patrick, blacksmith, h.7 1 Brookline 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 198 Norfolk 
" Thos. , blacksmith, 256 Bridge, boards 

11 Winter 
" see Hegerty [Green 

Haggett Mary J., wid. of Amos S., bds. 57 
Haggie Archibald, painter, h. 70 Second 
Haglin Chas. , tailor, h. Hotel Holly 
Haglund Melkak, tailor, b. 86 Washington 
Hain Nieholas, wood carver (East Boston) 
house 177 Spring 
" Alvin M., book-keeper and weigher, 

Almshouse, house at Somerville 
" Arthur W., messenger Met. National 

Bank (B.), b. 234 Broadway 
" Henry, clerk, b. 32 Western avenue 
1 ' John P. . at Boston Diatite Co. (Oliver 

B.), h. 67 Wright 
" John W. , silverer Union Glass Co. 
(Somerville), house 234 Broadway 
«• Nellie M. Mrs, h. 100 Hampshire 
" Samuel A., accountant (18 Canal, B.) 

bds. 125 Prospect 
" see Haynes 
Halberg Nicholas, coach maker. 22 Broad- 
way, house 137 Main 
Halcrow Charles, cook, rooms 156 Harvard 
Hale Aaron, boarding and sale stable, Elm 
c.'Broadwav, h. 341 Broadwav 

HAEE EDWIN B., lawyer (209 
Wash., rooms 39 and 40, B.). b. 387 
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Hale Henry L., engineer Mt. Auburn cem- 

tery, boards 36 Ash 
- l Henry O. , real estate (187 Wash., B.) 

house 314 Pearl 
" Mary, wid. of Aaron, h. 387 Harvard 
* Thomas K. , expressman, b. 63 Inman 
Hales Arthur, carpenter, h. 140 Garden 
M Charles B., driver, Cambridge R. R. 

Co., h. 53 Holyoke 
Haley Charles B., com. mer. (206 State, 

B.), house 97 Austin 
" Charles E., fancy goods (11 Won, 

B.), house 14 Ellery [Warland 

" Cynthia A., wid. of John B., bds. 10 
" Daniel, engine cleaner, B. & M. R. R. 

house 10 East 
*' Daniel, house 174 Franklin 
" Daniel, laborer Boston Bridge Works 

house rear 20 Carson 
" Daniel, laborer, house 174 Brookline 
■" Daniel, laborer, house 183 Dublin 
" Daniel M., laborer, h. 4 Saville 
" Dennis, lab., house Rolling mill blk., 

Bristol [Franklin 

" Dennis J., electrotyper (B.), b. 149 
*' Edmund, laborer, house 1 Clay 
" Edwin L., iron, steel and hardware, 

(45 Oliver, B.). h. 144 Magazine 
" Ellen Miss, boards 47 School 
" Emily N., wid. of Jesse h. 10 Winsor 
" Hannah Mrs., h. 47 School [Gore 
" Henry, hostler, b. 183 Hampshire 
il Henry, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 125£ 
" Honora, wid. of Dennis, h. 6 Laurel 
*'•' James, house 47 School 
' ' James H. , teamster ,b. 187 Mt. Auburn 
■" Jesse W., engineer (45 Oliver, B.), 

boards 10 Winsor 
" Joanna, wid. of David, h. 21 Sparks 
" John, baker, 502 Main, h. 17 Decatur 
" John, iron moulder, Third, c. Bent, 

house 1 Hotel Weston 
" John, laborer, h. 29 Winthrop 
" John, printer, b. 13 Willow [Gore 
" John, teamster, 211 Bridge, b. 125£ 
" John, house 13 Vine 
" John, h. 277 Cambridge 
" JohnH., tinsmith 244 Broadway, h. 

60 Columbia 
" John W. , book presser, Riverside 

Bindery, boards 21 Sparks 
** Margaret, widow of James, house 187 

Mt. Auburn 
' ' Mary, widow of Frank, h. 49 Vine 
" Mary, widow of Jason, h. 150 Thorn- 
dike 
" Mary, wid. of Patrick, h. 13 Willow 
" Mary, widow of Thomas, house 149 

Franklin [shire 

■" Michael, carpenter, house 128 Hamp- 
" Michael, city lab., h. 183 Hampshire 
*' Michael, hen dealer, bds. 1 Clay 
" Michael, junk 49 Vine, house do. 



Haley Michael, Jr., baker, 502 Main, boards 

183 Hampshire 
" Michael E., conductor Camb. R. R. 

Co., house 7 Hayes court 
" Michael H. , tin worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 8 Athens 
" Norah Miss, b. 47 School 
" Patrick, city laborer, h. 45 Amory 
" Patrick, teamster 12 Central square, 

house 208 Franklin 
" Thomas, horse dealer, b. 164 Gore 
" Thomas, painter, bds. 183 Dublin 
" Timothy H., iron moulder Third, c. 

Bent, bds. 47 School [17 Winthrop 
" Timothv W., plumber 15 Brattle, h. 
" Wm., driver, Camb. R, R. Co., bds. 

45 Amory 
" Wm., laborer Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

boards McDonald 
" Wm., sawyer, house 91 Fifth 
" Wm., sawyer, house 235 Broadway 
" Wm., slater, house rear 16 Antrim 
" Wm., tinsmith, 157 North avenue, b. 

Porter's Hotel 
Halgrin John, slater, house rear 28 Banks 
Haliburton Geo. M., stationer, h. 15 Market 
" James A., carpenter, B & P. R. R. 

shop, bds. 15 Market 
" Louisa Miss, packer, 10 Arrow, bds. 

14 Market [bds. 15 Market 
" Thomas A., clerk (149 Summer, B.), 
" William, clerk (40 Summer, B.), b. 

15 Market 

Hall Abbie B. Miss, h. 22 Winsor. 

" Albert, fish market, 532 Camb. , h. do. 

" Albert, machinist, bds. 26 Brookline 

" Albert, h. 344 Harvard 

" Albert A., book-keaper (125 Clinton, 
B.), h. 18 Bowdoin 

" Almon G. , cooper, h. 23 Cambridge 

" Andrew C., laborer, h. 61 Wash. 

" Barnabas Y., ivory-layer, 139 Broad- 
way, h. 27 Hamilton 
HAL.L, CHARLES E., marble (69 
Charlestown, and 99 to 101 Haver- 
hill, B.), h. 411 Broadway (^see p. 
39) 

" Charles H. , veterinary surgeon, bds. 
686 Main 

" Charles W., traveling salesman, bds. 
15 Pleasant place 

" Clara W. Miss, bds. 56£ Green 

" Daniel M., clerk, 1 Prospect, house 
rear do. 

" Eben G., clerk Fitchburg Railroad 
freight-house (Chas'n), h. 31 Had- 
ley place 

" Edgar, maehinist and grocer, 44 Au 
burn, h. 26 Brookline 

" Edmund J. , agent (234 State, Boston) 
house 210 Harvard 

" Edward B., produce (118 South Mar- 
ket, Boston), bds. 10 Arlington 



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Hall Edward H. , pastor First Parish church 
house 6 Ash 
" Edwin A., h. 22 Winsor 
" Edwin H.j instructor in Physics II. 

U., house 5 Avon 
" Elbridge G., driver Cambridge Laun- 
dry, house 106 Pleasant 
" Emma G. Miss, book-keeper, 42 Elm 

bds. 38 Bigelow 
'• George E., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 12 

Plympton 
11 George H., clerk, h. 440 Main 
" George S., clerk (State House, B.)» 

b. 2 Hudson 
" George W., carriage-painter, 446 

boards 48 Fairmont 
" Halvor, cabinet maker, h. 36 Moore 
•• Henry C, foreman of fly-finishers, 

162 Broadway, house 5 Felton 
il Henry I., traveling salesman, bds. 38 

Tremont 
" Herbert W., bds. 27 Hamilton 
• ; Jas. E. (Thurston & Hall Biscuit 

Co.), 31 and 33 Elm, h. 3 Green- 

ough ave. 
" James H. (Thurston & Hall Biscuit 

Co.), 31 and 33 Elm. h. 9 Gardner 
" James M. W., lumber (70 Kilby, B.) 

h. 127 North ave. [Prospect 

" James P., police station 2, house 167 
" John, cooper, bds. 7 Franklin 
'< John! lab., H. U, yard, h. 48 Foster 
" John M.. varnisher, h. 1 Grotto pi. 
•' Joseph, sawyer, 113 Broadway, house 

r. 7 Webster ave. 

HALL, LEWIS, president, Lech- 
mere National Bank, 66 Cambridge 

h. Cambridge, n. Hovey's nurseries 
" Louise D. Mrs., h. 10 Arlington 
i- Lucy A. , wid. of Joshua E. . h. 5 Avon 
" Lydia J., widow, h. 187 Hampshire 
" Maria L. , widow of Charles H., h. 2 

Sidney [7 Franklin 

" Matthew X., cooper, 502 Main, bds. 
" OrrinR.. gold beater (B.), bds, IO9 

Pleasant 
" Samuel, fly-finisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 237 do. [15 Avon 

" Sarah L., widow of Robert B., house 
i{ Sarah X.. wid. of Orrin, h. 6 Follen 
" Thomas H. , core-maker. 356 Main. 

h. 36 Moore [Pleasant pi. 

" Thomas S., police station 1, house 15 
" Victor M., conductor Cambridge R. 

R. Co., rooms 14 Eliot 
' ; Walter S., Custom House (B.), h. 

40 Putnam avenue 
" Wm. C. laborer (U. S.). h. 1 Seckel 
" William H. . h. 26 Brookline 

HALL WILLI AJI S., lawyer (8 
Congress. B.). bds. 6 Follen 
" Willard. carpenter, bds. 239 Gore 
" see Holl [St. Ry. Co. 

Hallahan Edward, horse shoer, Chas. R. 



H&llahan see Hollahan Bib' 

Hallenberg August, harness maker, 365 

Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Haller Julius, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 13 

Squire's ct. 

Hallett Eben, Jr. , wood carver, Otis, cor. 

First, h. at East Boston 

" John, teamster (48 North, B.), bds. 

100 Spring [61 Austin 

81 Nelson A., bedding (53 Elm, B.). h. 

" Nelson A., Jr., clerk (40 Water, B.) 

bds. 61 Austin 
" Wm. A., captain B. S. Co. (53 Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), h. 66 Magazine 
" Wm. J., bds. 66 Magazine 
Halley Thomas, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 167 

Thorndike 
Hallidav Henry A., coal, etc., 436£ Main, 
h. 1354 Columbia [196 do. 

" John B.. cutter. 211 North ave.. h. 
Hallisey Dennis, bookbinder (B.), h. 25 
Flagg 
" John 169 Gore, bds. 8 Fourth 
" Patrick, blacksmith's helper, Harvard 

ne?r Main, bds. 29 Harvard 

" Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, house 36 

Warren [Franklin 

Halloran Annie F. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 245 

" Daniel W., bootmaker, Am. Rubber 

Co., bds. Ross House 
" Edward, gardener, h. 94 Kinnaird 
" Ellen, widow of Daniel, h. 178 Green 
;1 Jeremiah, 169 Gore, boards 131 

Spring 
" John J., brass finisher, bds. 178 Green 
" John T., plumber, b. 249 Franklin 
" Mary, widow of Timothy, house 239 
Franklin [Franklin 

" Mary, widow, of Timothy, house 249 
" Michael, laborer, Third, cor. Bent, 

boards 196 Franklin 
' ; Patrick, teamster, h. 245 Franklin 
" Timothy F., packer, b. 178 Green 
" see O'Halloran 
Hallstrom S. Malte, machinist (Norwood), 

house, Harvard place 
Hainan John, baker, 180 North avenue, h. 

at Somerville 
Halpin James, laborer, h. 119 Portland 
" Michael, blacksmith. Palmer, near 
Church, h. Hayes ct. 
Halse Alexander, brass moulder, house 13 

Holly ave. 
Halverson Charles. Mrs. boarding house 

129 Otis 
Ham James E., key maker, b. 15 Pleasant 
" Nathaniel, carpenter, h. 15 Pleasant 
" Philip, baker, 31 Elm, b. 275 Broad- 
way 
Hamblen Allen T., junk dealer, house 10 
Hancock 
" Edward P., clerk (229 Franklin, B.), 
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Hamblen Horace H., baggage master (East- 
ern div. B. & M. R. R., B.) h. 11 

Rogers' block, 91 Main 

" Sarab E., Mrs., h. 14 Oxford 

" Wm. C. junkman, h. r. 21 Decatur 

Hamburger Benedict, h. Harvey, n. Jackson 

Hamel Michael, butler, 317 Harvard, b. do. 

Hamill Samuel S., church organ builder, 

101 and 103 Gore, h. 91 Thorndike 
" Wm. S., h. 16 Worcester 
Hamilton Albert L., driver, bread team, h. 
11 Sixth 
" Angus M., curtain fixture maker, h. 

1 Union place [Willard 

" Annie widow of John, house 17 
" A. York, driver, 3 Austin, house 34 

Brookline 
" Benj. A., boxnailer, 3 Hampsliire b. 

5 Rockwell 
" Benj. F. W. , laborer, house rear 13 

Hastings 
" Bros. (John A. and James E. Hamil- 
ton) milk dealers, 71 Pleasant 
" Charles H., celluloid polisher, 137 

Broadway, h. 79 Plymouth 
" Chas. Wm., bookkeeper (15 Kilby, 

B.), h. r. 113 Thorndike 
" Chas. W., furniture finisher (11 Canal 

BO, h. 21 Rockwell 
" David, brass finisher, h. 19i Lopez 
" Edmund, lab., 12 Cambridge 
i£ Edward, soap maker, 172 Pearl, bds. 

21 Lopez 
. " Edward F., elevator tender (31 Milk, 

B.), bds. 56 Hastings 
; ' Edward W., soap maker, b. 9 Perry 
" Elias. tailor, bds., r. 196 Franklin 
" Eva J. (Hamilton & Lemay), Inman 

sq., bakery 128 Inman, h. at Som- 

erville 
" Fernanda, laborer, h. 58 Washington 
" George, cooper, bds. 22 Harding 
" George S.. salesman (103 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 19 Sixth 
" Henry, cook, h. r. 196 Franklin 
" James, porter (107 Milk, B.), h. 

56 Hastings [Seventh 

" James, wood turner, boards 33 
" James A., teamster, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 138 Thornkike 
" JamesE. (Hamilton Bros.), milkman 

71 Pleasant, bds. do. 
" John, furniture finisher, Otis, corner 

First, h. at Cbarlestown 
" John, tinsmith, (B.) h. 13 Vine 
" John A., (Hamilton Bros.) milkman, 

71 Pleasant, h. do. 
• : Mary Ella, widow of Samuel, bds. 98 

Concord avenue 
»* Michael, marble polisher (B.) house 

7 Jefferson 
" Samuel at N. E. Glass Works, bds. 

17 Vine 



Hamilton Wm., blower N.E. Glass Works, 
h. 47 Vine 

" William, driver U. S. Mail wagon, 
44 Bridge, bds. at Charlestown 

" Wm., laborer, bds. r. 196 Franklin 

" Wm. A., carpenter, h. 50 Spruce 

" York, bake cart driver, h. 84 School 

" & Lemay (Miss Eva J. Hamilton and 
Miss Julia A. Lemay) Inman sq. 
Bakery, 128 Inman 
Hamlen Elizabeth, widow of Willis C, h. 
12 Rockwell 

" Frank H., boards 12 Rockwell 

" Willis C, clerk Shoe and Leather 
Association (79 Bedford, B.), bds. 
12 Rockwell 
Hamlin Charles E., assistant in Concholo- 
gy an! Paleontology, Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, h. 11 Mellen 
Hammer Wm. P., tinsmith, h. Harris, n. 

Somerville line 
Hammerback Carl, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house 72 Gore 
Hammett Henry, house 46 Pine 
Hammond Abby Mrs., h. 119 Oxford 

" Betsey B., Avid, of Nathaniel O., h. 
166 Cambridge 

" Elizabeth M., widow of Jeduthan, 
h. 18 Sidney 

" George P., h. 12 Forest 

" John, laborer, 221 Bridge 

" John W., city solicitor and ^Ham- 
mond & Pope), lawyer, 623 Main, 
and (27 Tremont Row, B.), h. 709 
Main, cor. Clinton [Sidney 

" Josephine Miss, dressmaker, bds. 18 

HAUOIOJVD «fc POPE, (John W. 
Hammond and Charles G. Pope) 
lawyers, 623 Main, and (27 Tremont 
Row, B.) (see page 500) 
Hammons Georgianna. widow, b. 19 Antrim 
Hammutz Caroline, wid. of Joseph, house 

r. 81 Sixth 
Hamner Bengt, carver, 626 Main 
Hampson David, engineer (95 Milk, B.), 
h. 22 Green 
" Frank D., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, bds. 222 Green 
" Wm. H., machinist, b. 222 Green 
Hampton Cornelius, coal shoveler B. & L. 

R. R., house 34 North 
Hanchet Charles, plumber, b. 37 Amory i 

HANCOCK CHARLES E., real 
estate agent, 593£ Main, h. 46 Pleas- 
ant (see page 481) 
" Edwin F., driver Camb. laundry, 

Soden, h. 572 Main 
" John, harness maker, 7 Pearl, h. 

75 Franklin 
" Maria Mrs., h. Ill Austin 
" Solomon, com. mer. , h. 25 Pearl 
Hand James, musician, h. 88 Spring 

" Sarah, wid. of Bernard, h. 77 Spruce 
" William J., musician, bds. 88 Spring 



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Handen John, lab., h. 261 Franklin 
Handigan Lawrence, lab., h. 193 Broadway 
Handley Herbert L., conductor, C. K. R. 

Co., bds. 9 Frank [Ninth 

Handrihan Patrick, lab., 169 Gore, bds. 11 
Hands Herbert A., homoeopathic physioian, 

h. Somerville ave., cor. White 
Haney Michael, lab., h. 149 Elm 
Hanify Mary, wid. of James F., house 204 

Franklin [Press, h. 281 Pearl 

Hankin William, book packer, Riverside 
Hanks Caroline, teacher, Harvard Grammar 

School 

HANKS CHARLES STED- 
MAN, lawyer (209 Washington, 
B.), bds. 387 Harvard (see p. 600) 

*■ Mary H. Miss, teacher, Lowell Pri- 
mary School, bds. 387 Harvard 

" Stedman W., clergyman and sec. of 

Seaman's Friend Society (Beacon, 

cor. Somerset, B.), h. 387 Harvard 

Hanley Cornelius, cooper, h. 381 Cambridge 

" Edward, h. 88 Franklin 

" John, lab., h. 69 Amory [Gore 

" John E., varnisher, 203 Bridge, h. 102 

" Nellie M. Miss, dressmaker, house 88 
Franklin [ferson 

" Thomas, brushmaker (B.), h. 8 Jef- 

" Timothy E., salesman (452 Washing- 
ton, B.), bds. 88 Franklin 

" see O'Henley 
Hanlon Bridget Mrs., h. 287 Cambridge 

" David, action maker, 162 Broadway, 
h. 34 Washington 

" Edward, lab., h. 24 Hayes ct. 

' ' George O. , picture-frame maker (B. ) , 
h. 287 Cambridge 

" James, lab., h. 15 Hayes ct. 

" John, porter, 162 Broadwav, house 34 
Washington "[ 104 Third 

" John, teamster, Winthrop wharf, h. 

" Joseph, bds. 287 Cambridge 

" Michael J., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 63 Boylston 

" Morgan, fireman, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, Water, h. 63 North 

" Morgan J., tare marker, Revere 
Sugar Refinery, Water, b. 63 North 

" Morris, machine hand, 162 Broadway, 
h. 3 Seckel 

" Thomas, h. 34 Washington 

" William, stone cutter, 53 Main, and 
grocer, 24 Jefferson, h. do. 
Hanna John, clerk, bds. 3 Gordon pi. 

" William J. , plumber, 200£ North ave. , 
h. 9 Rice 
Hannaford Daniel W., lab., Niles Bros., h. 
Concord ave., cor. New 

" George W., brakeman, B. & L. R.R., 
h. 63 Fifth [place 

" William, clerk (B.), h. 3 Hampshire 

" William H., moulder, h. 49 Winsor 

Hannah Robert C, stucco worker (150 Mt. 

Vernon, B.), h. 47 Market 



Hannon Ann, wid. of John, h. 154 Third 

" Edward F., net maker, Amer. Net and 
Twine Co., foot Second, boards 154 
Third [66 Charles 

" James, sawyer, 162 Broadway, h. 

" John, h. 92 Webster ave. 

" Martin J., weigher, 126 Portland, h. 
Rolling Millblk., Bristol 

" Martin P., medical student, boards 92 
Webster ave. 

" Patrick, lab., h. 110 Spring 

" Thomas, action polisher, 139 Broad- 
way, bds. 154 Third 

" Thomas J., straight moulder. Second, 
cor. Thorndike, h. 146 Thorndike 
Hannum Esther F. Miss, teacher, Webster 
Grammar School, h. 27 William 

'• Henry F., confectioner, 282 Broad- 
way, bds. 143 Elm 

" James, 162 Broadway, h. 7 Conlan's 
blk., Third [William 

" Laura A., wid. of Alexander C, h. 27 

HANNUItt LEANDER VIE., gro- 
cer, and real estate agt. , 549 Main, 
h. 27 William (see p. 488) 
Hanrahan Lawrence, lab., 356 Main 

" Michael, teamster, Willard's wharf, 

foot Boylston, bds. 50 Boylston 

Hanscom Arthur C, clerk (17 Central, B.), 

bds. 4 Rice 

" Catherine M. , wid. of Jacob, h. 4 Rice 

" Charles E., collector, 593£ Main, bds. 

46 Pleasant 
" Daniel, carpenter, h. 6 Green 
" Edward C, action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, bds. 46 Austin [Norfolk 
" Ella S. Miss, clerk, 581 Main, bds. 37 
" Emmons, clerk, 610 Main, h. 12 Vil- 
lage [Green 
" ^George E., tinsmith, 8 Pearl, bds. 6 
" Henry, soap maker, 172 Pearl 
" Henry C, carpenter, h. 79 School 
" Horace T., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way [Avon 
" James S., foreman, 92 Main, house 21 
" J. William, driver, 600 Main, bds. 6 
Green [Second, h. at Boston 
" Madeline Miss, copyist, Otis, corner 
" Walter J., clerk (14 Summer, B.), b. 

4 Rice 
" William P., piano-action maker, 113 

Broadway, h. 46 Austin 
" William S., carpenter, h. r. 37 Norfolk 
Hansen Christian, tailor (B ),h. 10 Stevens 
court [bds. 114 Thorndike 

" Emil E., wood carver, 44 Cambridge, 
" Magnus, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Boston 
Hansis John G. , woodturner, Second, cor. 
Thorndike. h. r. 117 Otis 
" John H., clerk 138 Camb.,h. 190 do. 
Hanson David, watchman, h.188 Hampshire 
" Frank, safe maker 17 Main 



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Hanson John, piano maker 162 Broadway 
house 106 Tremont 
" John W., book agent, h. 8 Antrim 
" Mary A., widow, h. 267 Putnam ave. 
M Nathan, hack driver (Tremont House 

B.), house 39 Fairmont 
*« R. Henry, milkman 43 and 45 Pine, 

house 44 do. 
" William, box maker, 3 Hampshire 
« William, fish and oysters 148 Har- 
vard, house 182 do. 
" William H., laborer 3 Hampshire, 

house 267 Putnam ave. 
" William H., laborer 3 Hampshire, 
boards 182 Harvard 
Hapgood Luther, house 67 Norfolk 

" Myron, cider and vinegar, 61 West- 
ern ave., house at Watertown 
Harbroe Stephen J., bds. Hotel Brooks, 
Brooks [29 Sixth 

Harcus David E., weigher 169 Gore, house 
Harden Charles E., b. 772 Main 

" Cushman E., corp. clerk Charles R. 
St. R'y Co. 484 Main, b. 772 do. 
Harding Calesto S. Miss, b. 90 North ave. 
" Charles F., provisions 403 Main, 

house 2 Cherry court 
*« Charles L., com. mer. (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), h. 560 Camb. 
" Edgar, com. mer. (202 Devonshire, 

B.), house 26 Maple ave. 
•' Edith, widow of Robert B., boards 

42 River 
" Edward A., provisions, 69 Norfolk, 

house 122 Prospect 
•" Edward K., h. 267 Broadway 
11 ElwinP., shipper (240 Congress, B.), 

boards 48 Pleasant 
*« Hamlin R., h. 20 Clinton 
" Isaac N., h. 288 Harvard 
*' James, rooms 25 Tremont 
" Mary E. Mrs , variety store, 261 

Broadway, house 267 do. 
" Richard B. Jr., teamster (38 F. H. 

B.), house 70 Thorndike 

" Samuel G., paper, etc. 10 Austin, h. 

48 Pleasant [Wendell 

«' Selwyn L., student H. U., bds. 13 

■** Seymour W., driver (38 F. H. sq., 

sq. , B.), boards 70 Thorndike 
" Theodore P., clerk (8 Congress, B.), 

• boards 20 Clinton 
*' Walter H., water registrar, office 

City Hall, boards 20 Clinton 
" William P., lawyer (68 Cornhill, B.) 
house 13 Wendell 
Hardy Albert, painter 5 Palmer, boards 
16 Dunster 
** Ayelda Mrs., h. 85 Dublin 
i ' Charles R. , piano varnisher 20 Albany 

house 74 Chestnut 
*_* Charles S., physician, h. 54 Pleasant 
" Cora A. Miss, bds. 697 Main 



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Hardy Francis D. (Henry Thayer & Co.), • 

mnfg. chemist 150 Broadway, house ^J 

50 Erie [do. g 

" Frank D., clerk 80 Pleasant, b. lioig 

" Frank R., cooper, house 223 Broad- H S 

way, suite 2 g 

" Henry J. (Lunt & Hardy), provisions,^ "■ 

Inman sq., house at Somerville ^. H 

" Napoleon (Authier & Hardy), grocer W ^ 

39 Rice, boards at Somerville j^ ^ 

" H. N., bookbinder Riverside Bindery 5 

" Isaac, teamster (B v , h. r. 5 Potter Jj 

" William H., action maker 162 Broad- W -g 

way, house at Roxbury ^ <p 

Harford Edward, carpenter, house 1 Sec- ' £ 

ond street court [Auburn > Gfi 

Hargrave Patrick H., currier, h. 66 Mount ^ g 

Hargraves George 

boards 121 Western ave. 
Harkins Charles J., cutter Am. Rubber ^^ 
Co., boards 14 Plymouth 3 © 

" Edward, at John Reardon & Son's, M« 
Waverly © 

" John, tailor (B.), bds. 182 Green CO 

" John J., expressman, house rear 233 *s 
Franklin f C\ 

" Michael, foreman grinding room Am. jr * 
Rubber Co., house 14 Plymouth u 
" Sarah, widow of John, h. 182 Green ^ 
Harlen Herman, machinist B. & L. R. R., f J^ 
shop, bds. 5 Roger's block. Main ^~* 
Harlow Abbie Miss, house 39 Pine \\ ^ 

" Albert F. , book keeper Revere Sugar 

Refinery, Water, h. 314 Harvard C\S , 
" Augusta E. Miss, clerk 15 River, 

boards 69 Pleasant ^^ 

; ' Charles, trunk-box maker, Rhoades ^"^ 

bldg., State, h. 39 Pine f) 

" George L., salesman (450 Washing- ^^ 

ton, B.), house 17 Lawrence . . 

" Henry M., laborer 164 Broadway, /y\ 

house 180 do. [Boston ^/ 

" J. F., piano inspector 284 Main, h. at f ^ 

" J. Hayden, clerk 549 Main, house 19 [ Tl 

Lawrence 

Harmon A., watchman 356 Main 

" Albion K. P., carpenter 373 Main, 

house 20 Brookline ' } 

" Alonzo A., teamster, h. 44 Main ^"^ 

" Elizabeth, widow of Peletiah, house C^^ 

56 Hamilton t 

" Wm. D., h. 44 Union HH 

" Wm. F., teamster (107 F. H. mar- ^^ 

ket, B.), h. 43 Union F-H 

Harnden Annie B. Miss, clerk 98 Camb., *kJ 

boards 60 Otis L-U 

" Edwin H., salesman (Wash., B.), H^ 

boards 13 Kenney ^ J 

" Harrie B., painter B. & L. R. R. shop r _. 

boards 6 Otis U— 

" Wm. A., forema.i of painters B. & 

L. R. R. shop, h. 60 Otis ?H 

Harney Edward, laborer, h. 17 Seventh O 



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Harney Edward J. hostler Middlesex R. R* 

(Chas'n), b. 17 Seventh 
" Hugh, butcher Niles Bros., Concord 

avenue 
" Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 17 

Tuttle 
" Marie Madame, teacher of French, 

house 16 Shepard 
" Michael, lab., bds. 17 Tuttle 
" Patrick, mason, h. 15 Tuttle 
Harper Amelia Miss, nurse, hi. 88 Wash. 
" John, laborer, h. 172 Columbia 
" Martha Miss, asst. matron, Avon pi. 

Home, Avon Hill, bds. do. 
" Robert D., wheelwright, 200£ North 

avenue, h. 193£ do. 
" Wm, T., carpenter, 502 Main, h. 119 

Magazine [Boylston 

Harrahan Wm., washer, 904 Main, bds. 50 
Harrell David, clothes cleaner (21 Elm, 

B.), h. 26 Harris 
" Jesse, merchant tailor and clothes 

cleaner (7 Alden, B.), h. 20 Upton 
Harries John D. C, shipper Riverside 

Press, h. 316 Pearl 
Harrigan Charles J., expressman, Lyceum 

bldg. , Harvard sq., b. 10 South 
" Daniel, bookbinder, Riverside Press, 

bds. 24 DeWolf [Co. 

" Daniel, mill hand, Amer. Rubber 
" David, laborer, h. 8 Hastings 
" Dennis, machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Somerville 
" Jeremiah, printer, bds. 8 Hastings 
" Mary, wid. of Michael, h. 8 Hastings 
Harriman Alonzo S., sergeant, police sta- 
tion 1, h. 10 Ash st. place 
" James M. , 5 cent store, 509 Main, h. 

93 Austin 
Harrington Adeline Miss, h. r. 52 Fifth 
" Albert O., hairdresser (12 Exchange 

place, B.), h. 251 Broadway 
" Bartholomew, at (Globe Theatre, 

B.), h. 10 East 
" Charles, compositor (B.), h. 13 Tufts 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 34 North 
" Daniel, house 13 Brewery 
" Daniel, tailor, 184 North av., h. at 

Boston [Co. 

" Daniel, tow boy, Charles R. St. Ry. 
" Daniel, variety store, 186 Bridge, 

house do. 
" Daniel, wood carver, Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, h. at Charlestown 
" Dan'l P., wood turner, (Chickering's, 

Tremont, B.), h. 68 Otis 
' ; Dennis, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

house 192 Bridge [24 Prince 

" Edward A., piano action maker, bds. 
" Edward J., machinist, b. 10 East 
" Eliza Mrs., boarding house, 60 

Brattle 
" Eliza F., widow of Enoch, bds. foot 

of Washington av. 



Harrington Eliza W. Mrs., variety stor«, 
261 Broadway, house do. 
11 Frederic, book-keeper (E. B.), bds. 

foot of Washington av. 
" Henry, h. 24 Prince 
" James, cooper, b. 12 McCabe 
" James, spring grinder, 12 Gore, h. 

rear 58 Winter 
" Jeremiah, hostler, Sawin's stable, 
Murray, house do. [4 do. 

" Jeremiah Mrs., liquors, 2 Winter, h. 
" John, h. foot of Wash, avenue 
41 John, granite works, Ayer's wharf, 

Third, and marble works (465 Tre- 
mont, B.) h. at Somerville 
" John F., upholsterer (89 Fulton, B.), 

bds. rear 96 Gore 
" John J., stone cutter, foot Ayer's 

wharf, Third, h. 12 Murray, near 

Eliot 
" JohnL., foreman, C. W. W. office 

City Hall, b. 84 Chestnut 
" Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, h. 137 

Webster avenue 
" Margaret M., widow of Patrick, h. 

rear 96 Gore 
" Mary, Avidow of Timothy, house 171 

Franklin 
" Mary E., widow of John, h. 10 East 
" Mary E. G. Miss, teacher, Willard 

Primary School, b. 84 Chestnut 
" M., hose maker, 31 Hampshire 
" Roger, pedler, h. 20 Somerset 
" Stephen H., peddler, bds. 137 Web- 
ster avenue 
" Thomas W., clerk (63 Sudbury, B.), 

bds. rear 96 Gore 
" Timothy, gardener, h. 158 Green 
" Timothy, hostler, 15 Church, h. 31 

Dunster 
" Timothy F., brass finisher, Otis, near 

First, h. at Boston 
" Willard H. (Henry Harrington & 

Co.), groceries, 92 Pleasant, b. 24 

Prince 
" Winthrop G., printer University 

Press, house 84 Chestnut 
Harris Ben j. C, carpenter, h.109 Columbia 
" Catherine H., widow of T. Win., h. 

8 Holyoke place 
" Chas. W. , h. 23 Grigg 
" Charlotte M. Miss, h. Francis av. 
" Elvira G., widow of Ruf us, house 91 

Austin 
" Emma F. Miss, private school, 134 

Hancock, h. 8 Holyoke place 
" George, fish, etc., lo-ih Harvard, h. 

156 do. 
" George Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 

156 Harvard, h. do. 
" Gideon, sharp maker, 139 Broadway 
" Harry, book binder, h. 4 Village 
" Henry, waiter, bds. 37 Hastings 
" Isaac C., mason, h. 3 Union place 



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Harris James G. , asst. treas. and transfer 

agent, U. P. R. R. (44 Equitable 

bldg., B.), bds. 16 Prospect 
" James, painter, 220 North ave,, h. 

Cedar square 
" JohnF., cook, h. 33 Dunster 
" Joseph, porter (70 Kilby, B.), house 

131 Columbia 
" J. Watson, agent associated charities 

Central sq., bldg., Western av., h. 

50 William 
" Louise W. Miss, teacher Willard pri- 

ary school, boards 50 William 
" Martin, last carrier, Am. Rubber Co. 
" Maurice, clothing (747 Washington, 

B.), house 19 Pearl 
" Peter, plumber, 17 Brattle, house at 

Waltham 
" Philip W. (Philip W. Harris & Co.), 

dry goods, etc., 637 Main, house 91 

Austin 
" Philip W. & Co. (Philip W. Harris), 

dry and fancy goods, 637 Main 
" Sidney M. elevator attendant (199 

Washington, B.), h. 216 Brattle 
" Thomas, whitewashes h. 54 Hastings 
" Thomas D., white washer, house 3l£ 

Hastings 
" Wm. E., sharp maker, 139 Broadway 

house 28 Union 
" Wm. H., at Am. Rubber Co., bds. 51 

Pleasant 
Harrison John, lab. 169 Gore, h. 22 Warren 
" Robert, teamster Richardson & Bacon 

bds. 46 Boylston 
Harrod Prances J. Miss, teacher Sargent 

primary school, b. at Boston 
Hart Abram, cigar maker, b. 14 Lopez 
" Benjamin, lab., b. 269 Putnam av. 
" Bernard W. , at Am. Rubber Co. 

(Chelsea), b. 169 Thorndike 
" Daniel, lab., house 62 Amory 
" Edward, city lab., house 2 Ayer's 

block, Third 
" Edward, lab., bds. Harvard place 
" Erank, confectioner, b. 269 Putnam 

avenue 
" George, cigar maker (239 Federal, 

B.), house 14 Lopez 
" George, lab., 3 Hampshire 
" Hugh, lab. , house 23 Willow 
" John, lab. 166 River, h. 254 Franklin 
" John P. , fruit peddler, h. 118 Camb. 
" Joshua, cigar maker (B.), boards 63 

Brookline 
" Julia, widow of Abraham, house 63 

Brookline 

, h. 271 Putnam ave. 
, house 23 Fourth 
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Margaret Mrs. 
Matthew, lab., 
Michael, lab. 

Bristol 
Robert J., confectioner, 208 

shire, house 2 Decatur 



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Hart Sarah L. Mrs., clerk, 11 Pearl, boards 
53 Green 

" William, teamster, h. 72 Brookline 

" see Hartt 
Harte Thomas, lab., house 105 Spruce 
Harter Robert, painter, b. 88 Mt. Auburn 
Hartford Alfred E., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 
h. 117 Winsor [35 Amory 

" Arthur E., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, bds. 

" Burton D., hostler, 7 River, b. do. 

" Edwin, potter A. H. Hews & Co., 
Crescent av., bds. 22 Donnell 

" Wm., lab., house 9 Tuttle 
Hartness George, house 11 Willard 
Hartnett Catherine Mrs., boarding-house, 
85 Bridge No. 2 

" James, carpenter, h. 85 Bridge, No. 2 

" Julia, wid. of Thomas W., house 34 
Washington 

" Kittie T. M. Miss, bookkeeper (B.), 
house 34 Washington 

" Mary, wid. of John, h. 11 Short 

" Timothy, lab., b. 11 Short 
Hartney Mortimer, currier, h. 41 Flagg 
Hartop Arthur, gardener, Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, h. 61Holworthy 
Hartshorn Chas., h. 114 North av. 

" Harry M., student H. U., bds. 114 
North avenue 

" James F., wood turner, 131 Broad- 
way, house 21 Suffolk 

" Joseph (J. Hartshorn & Co.), uphol- 
sterer (21 Charles, B.), house 8Q 
Thorndike 

" J. Warren, upholsterer (21 Charles, 
B.), bds. 86 Thorndike 

" Wm. C, importer (2 Hamilton place 
B.), boards 114 North av. 
Hartt Mary, wid. of John, h. 40 Concord av 

" see Hart 
Hartwell Chas. H., provisions, 126 Cam- 
bridge, house 98 Thorndike 

" Fannie C., teacher Felton primary 
school, bds. 106 Austin 

" Frank, 126 Camb. 

" Geo. A., provisions, 3 Inman sq., 
house 22 Antrim 

" Geo. H., jeweler (7 Green, B.), 
house 106 Austin 

" James T., salesman (2201 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 52 Green 

" J. Albert, clerk, 126 Camb. h. 148 do 

" Osman, iceman, h. 236 Putnam ave. 

" Wm. H., carpenter, house 6 Lincoln 

" Wm. H., hay, grain, etc., 81 Bridge, 
house 27 Maple avenue 

HARTWELL & RICHARD- 
SON, architects (68 Devonshire, 
B.) (seepage 18) [116 Otis 

Harty Geo. H., tailor, 101 Cambridge, bds. 
" John, driver Chas. River St. Ry Co. 
" Michael J. (McCloskey & Harty), 
grocer, 91 and 43: Camb., rooms 
53 Otis 



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^} Harvard Rink Co. (Chas. E. McKinnon 
p Samuel J. Kelley, Weston W. 

3D Walker and Fred H. Holton), 

fcj^ proprs., 13 Putnam avenue 

" Roller Skating Rink, Harvard Rink 
m Co., proprs., 13 Putnam ave. 

** " University, Harvard st. Harvard 

2 square 

S* " Universi y Botanic Garden, junc. 
^^ Garden, Linnaean and Raymond 

^, " University Gymnasium, Kirkland, 
^5 junction Holmes place 

O Harvey Annie M., widow of John S., house 
H* Mt. Pleasant, cor. Walden 

" Charles, shipping clerk), 23 Central 
J^f} wharf, B.),h. 10 Bath 

<-£ " Charles W., teamster, h. 382 Gamb- 
it) bridge 

^ " Edward, laborer, h. 159 Broadway 
*-< " Fanny C, widow of Milton, boards 
P^ , Wash, ave., cor. Arlington 

^y* " Joseph W. (Harvey & Lane) car- 
*m riage builders, 35 Gore, rooms 77 do. 

N^" " Lydia A., widow of Adiel, house 40 
Pi Mt. Auburn 

£3 " Samuel C, mortgages (226 Washing- 
^ ton, B.), h, 49 Cottage 

" Walter E., physician, 6 Essex, h. do. 
^-TTARVEY & LANE, (Joseph W. 

,- > fl Harvey and John Lane), carriage 

ff builders, wheelwrights and black- 

*t smiths, 35 Gore, (see p. 483) 

£? Harvie Charles W., carpenter, h. 5 Blanche 

J^VHarwood Horace S., traveling salesman, h. 

^J 45 Trowbridge 

g " Jeanette Mrs., h. 45 Trowbridge 

£"• Haseltine Carrie L. Mrs., button-hole 

^ maker, 12 Dunster, h. do. 

" John N., fruit and confectionery, 26 
^ 22 do. 

3 " Lydia L., widow of Moses D., bds. 
10 White 



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Everett Sears, teamster, 

h. 4 Davis 
Isabella G. Miss, h. 40 Cottage 
John, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. First 

h. at East Boston 
Leona S., asst. engineer, House of 

Correction, h. 118 Cambridge 
Melville, butter and eggs, house 48 
Cherry 

q '-Haskins David G., Rev. D. D., h. 839 Main 
h,. &> " John, plumbers' helper, h. 16 Ply- 
g - mouth [Harris 

^^ " Timothy G., hack driver, boards 26 
S v Haslam, Thomas, boiler maker, 92 Main 
►h £ Haslaner John B. , h. Harvey, n. Jackson 
d !r Haslett Martha, widow of Andrew, h. Clif- 
Q ton, n. Harvey 

W Hassen Charles, mill hand, Otis, cor. First 
h. at Boston 



Hassett Michael, laborer (Charlestown), h. 
2 Linehan's block, Third 

" Richard B., laborer, house 5 Bnrns' 
court 

" Simon, gardener, h. 79 Wendell 

" Wm. J. compositor, Tribune office, 
bds. 2 Linehan's block, Third 
Hastings Andrew J., clerk (U. S. sub- 
treasury, Devonshire, B.), h. 20 
Mellen 

" Bernard, porter, 162 Broadway, h. 
rear 39 Willow [26 River 

" Catherine, widow of Charles, house 

" Charles W., packer, Cambrige Laun- 
dry, bds. 74 Pleasant 

" C. W. , Mrs. short-hand writer, boards 
74 Pleasant 

" Frank, lumper, 162 Broadway, bds. 
61 Harvard 

" Frank W. (W. B. Hastings & Co.;, 
insurance agent, 89 Cambridge and 
(7 Exchange place, B.), boards 5 
Russell 

" George H., printer (324 Washington, 
B.), house 101 Prospect 

" Geo. T., lab., h. 143 Franklin 

" John M., mold maker, h. 31 Sixth 

" Leslie, lawyer (33 School, B.), house 

5 Dana 

" Lewis M., civil engineer, City Engi- 
neer's office, City Hall, h. 16 Center 

" Mary E., Miss, boys' clothes, h. 56 
Auburn 

" Michael, h. 61 Harvard 

" Nellie E., teacher, Wellington school 
bds. 31 Sixth 

" Nelson T., house 58 North ave. 

" Watson B. (W. B. Hastings & Co.), 
ins. agt. , 89 Cambridge and • 7 Ex- 
change place, B.), h. 5 Russell 

" Wm., piano key maker, Rhoades 
building, State, bds. 61 Harvard 

HASTINGS W. B. & CO., (Wat- 
son B. and Frank W. Hastings), in- 
surance agents, 89 Cambridge and 
(7 Exchange place, B.), (see page 
42) 
Hasty John S., compositor, 416 Harvard. 

bds. 16 Winthrop 
Hatch AchsahR. Miss, h. 76 Magazine 
" Andrew J., clerk, 424 Cambridge, b. 

2 Summer 
" Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), express, 

6 Brattle, h. 21 Wallace 

" Berniss L., farmer Joseph G. Cool- 

idge, Coolidge av. , bds. do. 
" Caroline R., Miss, h. 76 Magazine 
" Celenda S. Mrs., housekeeper, 1 

Waterhouse 
" Crawford A., finisher, 162 Broadway 

rooms 69 Moore 
" George E., box nailer, 3 Hampshire, 

bds. 233 Harvard 
" Hattie M. Mrs., bds. r. 63 Auburn 



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Hatch Horatio N. Jr., commercial traveler, 
31 Elm, h. at Bangor, Me. 

" James W., boots and shoes (48 Han- 
over, BO, house 160 Pleasant 

11 Michael, confectioner, h. 269 Camb. 

" Stephen D., painter, 660 Main, h. 23 
Fairmont 

" Thomas D., h. 99 Garden 

" Wendell C. (W. C. Hatch & Co.), 
furniture, etc., h. at Boston 

" Wm. J., furniture, etc., 379 Main, h. 
53 Winsor 

HATCH W. C. & CO. (Wen- 
dell C. Hatch), furniture, etc., 30 
Boylston (see side lines in general 
directory) 
" & Co. (Ben j. E. Hatch), express, 6 
Brattle, and (36 Court sq., B.) 
Hatfield Amos., carpenter, 7 Western av. , 
h. 117 do. 
" Isabell M.j widow, h. 71 Pleasant 
" O. Christopher, 7 Western av., b. 71 
Pleasant 
Hathaway Asa P. (Hathaway & Woods), 
h. at Lynn 
" Charles E., baker, 180 North ave., 

h. 25 Wyeth 
" D. Elmer, clerk, 180 North av.,bds. 

25 Wyeth 
" Dorcas, wiu. of Ereeman, b. 25 Wyeth 
" Maria D., widow of Galen, house 56 
Erie [Western av. 

" Stanley N., foreman, 626 Main, h. 50 
" Thos. S., student, H. U., boards 

15 Appian way 
" & Woods (Asa P. Hathawy, Henry 
E. Woods and J. Walter Sanborn), 
hay, Prison Point, and (24 Com- 
merce, B.) 
Hatt Peter, action maker, 139 Broadway, 

house 125 Winsor 
Hattenburg Geo., laborer, h. 33 Baldwin 
Hautz Ferdinand, hairdresser, 7 Boylston, 

boards 28 Banks 
Haven Geo. F., painter, 446 Main, boards 
rear 63 Auburn 
" Harry J., upholsterer, 35 River, h. 

116 Auburn 
" Millie W. Mrs., h. rear 63 Auburn 
Haverty John C, postal clerk, B. & P. R. 

R., house 34 Market 
Havey Wm. P., baker, 502 Main, house r. 

170 Norfolk 
Hawes Frank T. , salesman (25 So. Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 10 Western av. 
" Geo. H., provisions, 545 Main, rooms 

38 Austin 

" Lucy J. Miss, book-keeper, b. 5 River 

Hawey Alexander, machinist (B.), b. W. 

Hawey's, Lawn [of Lawn 

" Wm., tin-plate worker (B.), h. foot 

" Roderick, sbeet-metal worker, bds. 

Wm. Hawev's, foot of Lawn 



Hawkes Ellen Miss, dressmaker, 6 East, 
house do. 

" Ellen E. Miss, music teacher, 613 
Main, house at Somerville 

" Frances Miss, teacher (Watertown), 
boards 6 East 

" Geo. J., hatter (B.), b. 6 East 

" Henry A., laborer, h. 2 Front st. ct. 

" James, switchman, B. & M. R. R., h. 
6 East 

" Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 
5994 Main, and (Hawkes & Craw- 
ford) (50 Howard, B.), house 17 
War Ian 

HAWKES LEVI & CO. (Levi 
Hawkes and John Crawford) plumb- 
ers, 599£ Main, and (Hawkes & 
Crawford) (50 Howard, B.) (see 
page 42) 
Hawkins Almira Mrs., h. 54 Sacramento 
" Alvin C, teamster, h. 22 Berkshire, 

c. Plymouth 
" Chas., b. 62 Webster ave. 
" Christopher C, Avatchman, Third, c. 

Rogers, h. 62 Webster avenue 
" Edward D., clothes cleaner (220 Pleas- 
ant, B.), h. 13 Webster av. 
" Lizzie J. Miss, teacher, Gore primary 

school, b. 33 Fourtli 
" Mary Miss, h. 123 Webster av. 
" Rebecca Mrs., h. 101 Pleasant 
" Thos. J., pressman (41 Federal, B.), 

h. 32 Ellery 
•' Wm., teamster, h. 33 Fourtli 
Hawks Joseph Rev., h. 125 Norfolk 
Hawley Geo., laborer, h. 21 Elmer 

" Wm., collar maker, 10 Arrow, h. at 

Somerville [boards 686 Main 

Hay Henry A., book-keeper (18 Kilby, B.) 

Hay croft Joseph B., shoemaker, house 

193 Mount Auburn 
Hayden Albion K. P. Mrs., h. 130 Winsor 
David D., carpenter, house 54 Mt. 

Auburn 
Edw. M. , action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 18 Orchard 
Elizabeth, widow of Frederick A., 

house 10 Concord avenue 
Ellen M. Miss, h. 8 Story 
Emily Miss, dressmaker, boards 52 

Mount Auburn 
Frederick I., waiter, h. 126 Kinnaird 
Henry S. , carpenter, h.22 Fairmont av 
James, box nailer, 3 Hampshire 
J. Orhn, county treas., office Court 

House, Third, h. at Somerville 
Kenneth M. , b. 54 Mt. Auburn 
Robert (Edmonds & Hayden), car- 
penter, 52 Camb., h. at Somerville 
Willard S., plumber, b. 22 Fairmont 
avenue [Market 

Wm. N., clerk, 217 Broadway, b. 16 
Wm. S., helper, 599£ Main, bds. 22 
Fairmont 



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HAYDEN ZEB4H, carpenter and 
builder, Dyke, c. DeWolf, house 14 

Bowdoin (see p. 482) 
Hayes Alexander L., solicitor of patents 

(7 Exchange place, room 31, B.), 

b. Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood av. 
Alice Miss, h. 6 Acacia 
Alvin, h. 20 Garfield 
Ann, widow of Daniel, h. 41 Bolton 
Catharine, widow, h. 25 Grant 
Daniel, blacksmith, 153 Futnam av., 

h. 22 Webster avenue 
Daniel J., butter, etc., b. 41 Bolton 
David M., carriage maker, house 86 

Banks 
Dennis, lab. (B. & M. R. R. freight 

depot, B.), b. 30 Vine 
Dennis J., butter, etc., b. 31 Bolton 
Edmund, laborer, h. 35 Banks 
Eliza, widow of Peter, h. 30 Vine 
Elizabeth Y. Mrs., h. 6 Acacia 
Ella K. Miss, h. 6 Acacia 
Emeline, wid. of Luther S., house 

13 Norton 
George, lab., bds. 37 Willard 
G. D., machinist, 225 Bridge, house at 

Boston 
Henry, express, 1 Brattle, and (32 

Court sq., B.), h. 22 Shepard 
Herbert W., clerk (91 State, B.), b. 

22 Shepard 
H. H., rooms 52^ Green 
James, brass finisher (97 Oliver, B.), 

bds. 30 Vine 
James, lab., h. 180 Green 
Jeremiah, plumbers' apprentice, 199 
Cambridge, bds. 108 Spring [Spring 
Jeremiah, teamster, 168 Main, h. 108 
Jeremiah J., cooper, Ninth, corner 

Spring, bds. 30 Vine 
John, lab., bds. r. 53 Vine 
John B., trunk maker, h. 138 Hamp- 
shire 
John J., cigar maker f Boston), h. 40 

Winter 
John J., cooper, 169 Gore, h. 186 do 
John J., Avire worker (Brighton ave., 
B.), bds. 108 Spring 
John L., sec, Nat. Asso. of Wool 

mnfrs. (70 Kilby, room 66, B.), h. 

Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood ave. 
John N., h. 135 Brookline 
Jobn S., tin worker, 153 Putnam ave., 
rooms 152 Pleasant 
John T., carpenter, h. 199 Eranklin 
Joseph K., deputy collector internal 

revenue (B.), h. 354 Pearl 
L. S., conductor, C. R. R. Co., h. at 

Somerville 
Mary, wid. of John, h. r. 213 Franklin 
Michael, blacksmith, 126 Portland, h. 

134 Winsor 
Michael, gardener, bds. 66 Norfolk 
Michael, lab., h. r. 28 Banks 



Hayes Michael, tailor, (B.),h. r. 123 Third 
" Michael F., brass moulder (B.), h. 43 

School-st. pi. 
" Patrick J., furniture finisher, Second, 

cor. Thorndike, bds. 30 Vine 
" Sarah E. Miss, h. 32 North ave. 
" Timothy, engineer, Boston Gas Light 

Co. (Commercial, B.), h. 12 Leigh- 
ton ct. 
" William A., bds. 20 Buckingham 

HAYES WILEIAUI A., 2D, 
counsellor (58 Sears bldg., B.), b. 
Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood avenue 
(see p. 502) 
Hayman John, watchman, Riverside Press, 
h. 5 Daye ct. 
" Madison B., lab., h. 73 Hastings 
Haynes Franklin W., foreman, 31 Elm, h. 
15 Park 
" Henry L., clerk, 25 Central sq., bds. 
32 Western ave. [ington 

" James, mason's helper, h. 40 Wash- 
" Maggie Miss, asst. forewoman, coat- 
makers, Am. Rubber Co. 
" Mary Miss, h. 50 Cottage 
" see Haines 
Hayward Almira L., librarian, Public Li- 
brary, 639 Main, bds. 1 Salem 
" Charles F., salesman (51 Federal, 

B.), h. 178 Lake View ave. 
" Elizabeth C. Miss, fancy goods, 439 

Cambridge, h. do. 
" George A. (Work & Hayward), fur- 
niture mover. 119 Pearl and 576 
Main, h. 18 Watson 
" W. E. Mrs., nurse, h. Elm, c. Beech 
" Walter F., h. 16 Story 
" W. George, clerk, bds. Elm, c. Beech 
" William H. H., teamster, bds. 2 Pond 

place 
" William P., h. Elm, cor. Beech 
" see Heywood 
Haywood James, wood and coal, 104 Gore, 
h. 137 do. [Harding 

" Walter, baker, 176 Harvard, house 3 
Hazel Benjamin C, porter, bds. 67 Wash- 
ington [shire, h. 67 Washington 
" Benjamin G. , carpenter, 31 Hamp- 
Hazeltine Carrie H. Miss, teacher, Wash- 
ington Grammar School, boards 21 
Trowbridge 
" Margaret W., wid. of George, dress- 
maker, 21 Trowbridge, h. do. 
Hazelton George K., porter, b. 6 Lawrence 
" Lorenzo AV., expressman, 600 Main, 
h. 6 Lawrence 
Hazelwood Ann E., wid. of Francis T., h. 
37 Essex 
" George F., action maker, 113 Broad- 
wav, h. 37 Essex 

HAZEN DANIEL HI., mnfr. and 
wholesala dealer in confectionery, 
42 Elm, and traveling salesman, 502 
Main, h. 38 Tremont (see page 8) 



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Hazen Fannie T. Mrs., h. 4 Divinity ave. 
" J. A., driver, Boston Ice Co., Prison 
Point, bds. at Boston 
Hazlett George H., driver, C. R. R. Co., h. 
52 Boylston 
" Joseph, teamster (Watertown), h. 

8 Camden place 
" Robert, stone cutter, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, b. 7 Sparks 
" Robert J., tube maker (Somerville), 

h. 1 Union 
" T. H., driver C. R. R. Co. 
<( Wm. Henry, teamster, h. 7 Sparks 
" Wm. H. (Hazlett & Underhill), First, 

h. 74 Thorndike 
" & Underhill (W.H. Hazlett and Chas. 
W. Underhill), planing mill and 
box mnfrs., First, c. Thorndike 
Hazlett, see Hezlitt 
Headblom Charles A., carpenter (B. & A. 

R. R., Allston), h. 24 Brookline 
Headlum Peter, tailor, b. Rogers block 
Heald Charles T., foreman, 220 Portland 
h. 61 Plymouth 
" Fred E., fireman B. & L. R. R., h. 
137 Cambridge [h. 265 Camb. 

Healey Cornelius M., liquors, 267 Camb., 
" Ellen, widow, h. 14 Eighth 
" John, iron molder, Pelham 
" Patrick, iron molder, Pelham 
" William H., machinist, Amer. Net 
and Twine Co., foot Second, h. at 
Bosto . 
Healley Isaiah H., carpenter, h. 57 Fairmont 
Healy Annie M..Avidow of Michael, board- 
ing house, 166 Main 
" John, tailor, 589 Main, h. Portland 
** William, sawyer, 162 Broadway, h. 

235 do. 
" William, furn. polisher (B.), h. 91 
Fifth 
Heaney Timothy, laborer, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 4 Second st" pi. 
Heanne John, laborer, h. 209^ Columbia 
Hearsey Charles A., tin stamper, bds. 64 
Columbia 
" John A., tin stamper, b. 64 Columbia 
" Walter II., b. 64 Columbia 
" William E., foreman (190 Tremont, 
B.), h.-64 Columbia 
Hearsey, see Hersey 
Heartz Robert H., salesman (5 Winter, B.), 

h. 118 Norfolk 
Heath Jesse, cabinetmaker, W odbury 
bldg.\ Otis, h. at Somerville 
" Warren E., cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury, bldg. , Otis, h. at Somerville 
Heatley Isaiah S., carpenter, 9 Western 

"aw. h. 24 Rockwell 
Hebard Albert K., piano inspector, 162 
Broadway, h. 117 Harvard 
" Charles A., student, b. 147 Harvard 
Hebbard Annie M., widow of Samuel F.,h. 
39 Inraan 



Hebbard Lena E. Miss, telephone operator, 
623 Main, b. 39 Inman 

Hedge Charles B., starter, Chas. R. St. Ry. 
Co., h. 58 Elm 
" Frederic H. Rev., h. 48 North av. 

Hedin Anton, cabinet maker, 232 Camb., 
rooms 167 do. 
" John A. (John A. Hedin & Co.), fur- 
niture, 232 and 234 Cambridge, rms. 
143 Thorndike 

HEDIN JOHN A. & CO.(John A. 
Hedin and Eric Erickson), furni- 
ture, carpets etc., 232 and 234 
Camb. (see page 483) 
Heeb Wm. F., clerk, 188 Norfolk, h. do. 
Heeney Peter J., cigar maker, h. 115 Pearl 
Heffernan David, liquors, etc., 466 and 472 
Cambridge, h. 156 Prospect 
" Frank J., conductor C. R. R. Co.,h. 

at Somerville 
" James Andrew, medical student H. 

U. , b. 156 Prospect 
" Joseph, variety store, 116 Webster av., 

h. 401 Cambridge 
" Joseph A., pedler, h. 17 Beaver 
" Michael J., pedler, b. 401 Camb. 
" Patrick, rubber worker, h. 26 Port- 
land 
" Thomas, laborer, Amer. Rub. Co. 
Heffron Mary, widow, h. 9 Winter 

" Patrick, lab., 284 Main, b. 347 Main 

" Wm. H., cattle dealer. 189 Spruce, 

h. do. [23 Warren 

Hegarty Jeremiah, liquors, 1 Jefferson, h. 

Heggar Charles, baker, h. 33 Reed 

Hegney Robert S., herdic driver (B.), b. 

2h Douglass 
Heidlund Gustav, cabinetmaker, h. 3 Rog- 
ers' block, Washington 
Heileman Chas. H. , bookkeeper, 45 Mer- 
chants Row (B.), b. 71 River 
" Wm., boot and shoe mnfr. (125 Cam- 
bridge, B.), h. 71 River 
" Wm. jr., clerk (125 Camb., B.), b. 
71 River 
Heilge John H., driver, 195 Broadway, h. 

222 do. 
Heinicke Emil, wood carver, Otis, c. First, 

h. 179 Cambridge 
Heintz Geo., varnisher, h. 25 Tremont 
Helbing Herman, wood turner, house Hotel 

Brooks, Brooks 
Helfenstein Frank, teamster, h. r. 27 Pine 

HELGEBT FREDERICK, 
grocer, 30 Harvard, h. do. (see p. 
488) 
Helling Klarge, mill hand, Amer. Rubber 

Co., b. 13 Clark 
Hellmann Edw. A., clerk, b. 125£ Spring 
" Frederick, glass cutter N. E. Glass 

Works, h. 2 Gore 
'■ John L., jeweller (71 Sudbury, B.), 
h. 125£ Spring 



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P bds. 125£ Spring 

G€ Helmer Peter, baker, 79 Cambridge, rms. 4 
££' Second [rms. 5 Revere 

Hemmenway Sarah B. Miss, seamstress, 
H- Hemphill Susan L. Mrs., b. 41 Clark 
^ Henay Fannie A. Miss, cashier, 206 Hamp- 
£. shire, b. 69 Oxford 

<^, " William S., fresco painter (B.), h. 
p ^ 69 Oxford 

u,^ Henchman Nathaniel H., h. 8 Frisbie pi. 

- Henderson Albert C, expressman (B.), b. 
© 133 Columbia 

^ " Delphia, widow, h. r. 133 Columbia 

" Arthur R., clerk (P. O., B.), 
Zf} house 36 Wallace 

^ " Bros. (John J. and Robert Hender- 
^ son Jr.), carriage makers, 232 North 

O avenue [bds. 238 Pearl 

£3 " Charles W., sales an (45 Oliver, B.) 
^j " Charles W. (Henderson & Son), 
i paper stock 247 Pearl, h. 238 do. 

K" Prank R., salesman 232 North ave., 
boards 244 do. [Boston 

S3 " Pred, boiler maker 356 Main, h. at 
£ " Fred N., book binder Riverside Press 
f*> • house at Everett 

" George, potter, bds. 53 Reed 
imsa " George R., carriage mnfr. , 270 North 

-^ avenue, house 10 Day 

ff " George W., mason, h. 126 Harvard 
*• " James, currier, h. 53 Reed 
£2 " James A., carriage maker 350 North 
^* avenue, house 352 do. 

James A. & Co. (James A. and Wil- 

bert S.Henderson), carriage mnfrs., 

350 North avenue [Hastings 

James F., brush maker, house 28 

John, carriage painter Third, corner 

Pctter, house at Hyde Park 
John, carver 626 Main 
John J. (Henderson Bros.), carriage 
maker 232 North avenue, house 7 
Chester 
Joseph, wood carver Woodbury 

building, Otis, h. at Somerville 
J. R., salesman Emerson & Eddy, 

Prison Point, h. at Everett 
Patrick, printer (Oliver, B,), house 

66 Second 
Robert, iron molder 356 Main 
Robert, h. 268 North ave. 
Robert Jr. (Henderson Bros.), car- 
riage maker 232 North avenue, h. 
244 do. 
Thomas C, letter carrier, P. O. 611 

Main, h. 101 Washington 
Wilbert S. (J. A. Henderson & Co.), 
carriage builder 350 North avenue, 
boards 350 do, 
O » " William (Henderson & Son), paper 
Q stock 247 Pearl, house do. 

M " Wm. B., carpenter, b. 37 Willard 



Henderson Wm. F., clerk 200 North av., b. 
53 Reed 
" Wm. J., tailor (750 Wash., B.), h. 

5 Second street court 
" & Son (Wm. and Charles W. Hen- 
derson), metals and paper stock, 
247 Pearl [Orchard 

Hendley Lucy J., widow of Otis. h. 40 
Hendrickson Charles, furniture finisher 
Second, cor. Thorndike, boards 
122£ Spring 
" Gustav, safe painter 17 Main, boards 

64 Broadway 
" John A., laborer, b. 9 Webster av. 
Hendry F., lithgorapher Riverside Press 
" George E., boiler maker 356 Main, 
house 150 Hampshire 
Hendy John F., driver U. S. Mail wagon, 

44 Bridge, bds. at Charlestown 
Heney Frank, carpent?r, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
Henley Francis O., blacksmith house 9 

Boardman 
Hennessey Andrew, painter, h. 200 Dublin 
" Esther, widow of Michael, h. 74 

Hampshire 
" James, compositor Riverside Press, 

house 53 River 
" James, junk, h. 10 Hastings 
" James, laborer, h. r. 131 Portland 
" Jas., laborer, h. 200 Dublin 
" Jas. Jr., confectioner, b. 10 Hastings 
" Jas. E., wire worker (75 Cornhill, 

B.), b. 2 Lechmere place 
" Jas. J., waiter (Tremont House, B.) 
h. 59 Vine [10 Hastings 

' l John, candy maker 503 Main, boards 
" Michael, teamster, b. 2 Lechmere pi. 
" Robert W., helper 599£ Main, house 

40 Union 
" Sarah A., widow of Michael F., house 

rear 1 Webster avenue 
" Wm., cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
" William, porter (Tremont House, B.) 
house r. 110 Spring 
Hennessy Alexander M., shoemaker 35l£ 

Broadway, h. 6 Austin 
Hennigar Amy Miss, h. 33 Mill 
Hennings Charles A., wood carver Wood- 
bury bldg., Otis, h. at Somerville 
Henry Geo., laborer, h. 23 Brewery 

" Geo., watchmaker (220 Hanover, B.) 

house 28 Hadley 
" Geo. H., engineer Am. Rubber Co. 
" James, laborer, h. r. 3 Bell 
" James Jr., lal orer Join Reardon & 
Sons, house 3 Bell [av. 

" James B.. carpenter, h. 102 Western 
" John, horse shoer, b. 3 Bell 
" John F., waiter, h. 60 Hastings 
" Margaret A., widow of James S., b. 

25 Cedar 
" Mary R. Miss, h. 7 Lamson pi. 
" Samuel B., hostler Chas. R. St. R'y 
Co., h. 856 Main 



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Henry Wm., boiler maker 356 Main 
Henshaw Geo. B., student, b.49 Linnasan 
" John Andrew, h. 23 Craigie 
" John 0., civil engineer (113 Pernber- 

ton sq , B.), b. 23 Craigie 
" Wm. 0., fruit (113 State, B.), house 
49 Linnaean 
Herbert Eleanor A. Miss, compositor (Bud- 
get Office, B.), b. 25 Pleasant 
4 ' Harry, painter 101 Green, house 13 

Fairmont avenue 
*' John, cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
lt Joseph P., cutter Am. Rubber Co., 

hous,e 62 Winsor 
" Nora Mrs., h. 3 Jackson 
Herdehorst Frank, boiler maker F. R. R., 
house 22 Reed [son 

Herdigen John, laborer 169 Gore, h. 9 Car- 
Herelihy James, city laborer, house 194 
Hampshire [Camb. 

" John, laborer 169 Gore, h. rear 269 
" see Hurlihy 
Herlihy John, stone cutter, h. 185 Harvard 
Herman John, night watchman 169 Gore, 
boards 11 Squire's court 
" Walter, box maker, State, corner 
Osborn, h. 70 Harvard 
Hermanns Anna, widow of Hubert, house 
Munroe, near Third 
" Henry, architect and builder, h. Mun- 
roe, near Third 
" Paul, laborer, Revere Sugar Refinery 
h. Munroe, near Third 
Hermon Abbie, widow, h. 70 Harvard 
Heron Samuel, groceries and provisions 
279 Camb., bds. 277 do. 

HEBOX WI?I. J., plasterer, base- 
ment, 610 Main, h. 7 Jay (see page 
475) 
Herring Edw. A. C, clerk, 154 North ave., 
bds. 1 Dover 
" Francis A., overseer, Camb. R.R.Co. 
(Somerville), h. 1 Dover 
Hersavy Victorine, varnisher, Second, cor. 

Thorndike 
Hersey Edward, carpenter, bds. 7 Franklin 
" Emory O., druggist (Salem, Mass.), 

h. 16 Worcester 
" Henry F., tester of pumps (B.) h. 22 

East 
" Henry T., plasterer, h. 2 Sands 
'" Wm., teamster, bds. 18 Brookline 
" Willis H. , baker, 502 Main, bds. 41 

Cogswell avenue 
" see Hearsey 
Hersom Wordsworth, carpenter, bds. 99 

Austin 
Hersum Chas. S. (J. R. & C. S. Hersum), 
furniture mover, 600 Main, bds. 12 
Essex 
" James R. (J. R. & C. S. Hersum), 
furniture mover, 600 Main, h. 12 
Essex 



HERSUM J. R. & C. S., (James 
R. and Chas. S. Hersum), furniture 
movers, 600 Main (see p. 492) 
" Linwood, teamster, 600 Main, b. 12 
Essex 
Hertach Samuel, laborer, Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. 57 Charles 
" John, pocket book maker, (B.), h. 7 
Mullin's conrt 
Hess Alfred J., clerk, 24 Vine, bds. 5L do. 
" Hiram, h. 25 Union 
" John, beer bottler, 428 Cambridge, h. 
51 Vine 
Hesseltine John E., Custom House (B.), 

house 13 Clinton 
Hession James, carriage maker, Church, c. 

Palmer, h. 15 Sparks 
Heveran Thomas, elevator man, American 
Rubber Co., h. 89 Vine . 
" Wm. F., piano polisher (Wakefield), 
bds. 89 Vine 
Hewes Andrew J., machinist, h. 64 Wash. 
" Eleanor B., widow of James T., h. 

11 Mason 
" see Hughes 
Hewins Harriet N. 
373 Harvard 
" John A. (Knox & Hewins), 
437 Main, h. 22 Prince 
Hewitt Francis, h. 287 Cambridge 

" George S., mason, h. 47 Fairmont 
" James, carriage-maker (Boston), 
39 Spruce 
Hewlett Frances L., wid. of Albert H., 

167 Brookline 
Hews Albert H. (A. H. Hews & Co.), 
earthen ware, Crescent ave., bds. 
41 Walden 
" Augustus H., h. 291 Broadway 
" A. H. & Co. (Albert H. and Horatio 
Hews), earthen ware mnfrs., Cres- 
cent avenue 
" Edmund, laborer, 3 Hampshire 
" Horatio (A. H. Hews & Co.), earth- 
en ware, Crescent av., h. at Weston 
Heyden Henry, galvanizer. h. 94 Winsor 
" Nellie A. Miss, clerk, 166 Cambridge 

bds. 94 Winsor 
" Wm. H., brass finisher, h. 1 Union ct. 
" see Hayden 
Heymer John E., electrotyper (B.), bds. 

Porter's Hotel 
Heyn Frederick A., sausage maker, 172 

Thorndike, h. Eighth, n. Spring 
Hey wood Francis B., widow of Wm., h. 
307 Harvard 
" Maria L. Miss, h. 149 Austin 
" see Haywood 
Hezlitt Andrew J., driver, bds. 29 Kinnaird 
" Charlotte E. Miss, teacher, Boardman 

primary school, h. 29 Kinnaird 
" George, stone setter, h. 29 Kinnaird 
" George M., stone-setter, bds. 29 Kin- 
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Hezlitt John A., stone-setter, h. 53 Winsor 
" John II., compositor, 642 Main, bds. 

42 Fairmont 
" Wm- H., driver, W. G. MacLeod, bds. 
29 Kinnaird 
Hibbard A. Dennison, teamster, 506 Main, 
house 508 do. 
" Nelson, broom maker, h. Crescent 
ave. , near pottery 
Hichborn Herman G. , dentist, 569 Main 
Hickey John, cabinet maker (Boston), bds. 
123 Winsor 
" John, machinist (B.), h 192 Bridge 
" John E. Rev., asst. pastor, St. Mary's 

Church, h. 55 Norfolk 
" John P., carpenter, State, cor. Os- 

born, house 5 Holly 
" Michael, stone cutter, 41 Main, h. 45 

Cambridge 
" Michael jr., harness cleaner, 43 Cam- 
bridge, bds. 45 do. 
" Michael W. , action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 746 Cambridge [Camb. 
" Patrick, butcher, 169 Gore, bds. 198 
" Patrick H., electrotype finisher, Riv- 
erside Press, bds. 24 Fairmont 
" Thomas Eugene, stone cutter, First, 

near Spring 
" Wm., action maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 746 Camb. 
" Wm., laborer, 10 Bridge, b. 45 Camb. 
" Wm. H., stone cutter, First, near 
Spring, bds. 45 Main 
Hicks Fred. A., jeweler (Boston), bds. 180 
Norfolk [Lopez 

" James, agent (69 Hanover, B.), h. 18 
" John G. , carpenter, h. 25 Park 
" Manuel, jobber, bds. 156 Franklin 
" Mary D. Mrs., h. 62 Brattle [Grigg 
" Samuel W., lab., 1 Prospect, h. r. 23 
" Thomas, h. 33 Union 
" Thomas J., boot maker, 97 Cam- 
bridge, h. 180 Norfolk 
" William C, salesman, h. 6 Kinnaird 
Hidden William H., h. 259 Harvard 
Higgenbotham Charles W. , waiter, Young's 

Hotel (B.), h. 104 Harvard 
Higgins Alfred, cooper (Somerville). bds. 
J. S. Watson's, Squire's ct 
" Andrew M., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

h. 60 Dana 
" Atkins, cabinet mkr. (17 Harvard pi., 
B.), h. 2 Seckel [Columbia 

" Benjamin F., police, station 2, h. 50 
" Charles, musician, h. 94 Prospect 
" Cornelius, musician, h. 94 Prospect 
'•' Edwin S., driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., bds. 50 Columbia 
" Elbridge S., wood moulder, 113 

Broadway, h. 93 Winsor 
" F., carpenter, rooms 62 Otis 
" Frank S., student, bds. 34 Hamilton 
" Fred. A., salesman (450 Washington, 
B.), bds. 32 Fairmont 



Higgins George W., stair builder, Western 
Ave. Planing Mill. h. 6 Riverside pi. 
" Jabez B., h. 25 Hadley 
" James, cooper (B.), bds. 58 Green 
" James, teamster, bds. 40 First 
" James T., cooper, bds. 141 Gore 
" James W. Rev., pastor of Cottatre-St. 

M. E. church, h. 69 Pleasant 
" John, carpenter, h. r. 210 Franklin 
" John, switchman, C. R. R. Co., h. 
10 Erie [Erie 

" John, Jr., upholsterer, 556 Main, h. 8 
" John H., traveling optician, house 47 
Tremont [Charles River 

" Margaret, widow of Martin, house 3 
" Martha D., music teacher, h. 8 First 
" Martin Mrs., h. 40 Cambridge 
" Mary, wid. of James, house 112 Cam- 
bridge 
" Michael, carriagesmith, 270 North 
ave., bds. 26 Rice [Green 

" Richard F., cleik, 610 Main, house 56 
" Stephen, porter, h. 41 Baldwin 
' ' Sumner C. , tin worker, 6 and 8 Pearl, 

h. 34 Hamilton 
" Warren R., cracker dealer, house 28 

Howard 
" William, painter, bds. 1 Loughrey av. 
" William teamster, bds. 40 First 
" William D., shoemaker, Putnam av., 

n. River, h. 20 Decatur 
" William G. , teamster, 203 Bridge, h. 

32 Elm 

" William H., carpenter, 165 North av., 

h. 12 Cogswell ave. [place 

" William P., stair builder, h. 4 Gordon 

Higginson Thomas Wentworth, author, h. 

25 Buckingham 
Hildreth Allen 13. M. , groceries and provi- 
sions, 424 Cambridge, rooms 18 
Putnam ave. 
" Charles W., provisions (45 Fleet, B.), 

h. 141 North ave. 
" Eliza P., wid. of A. Edwin, house 62 
North ave. [Garden 

" John L., physician, 37 Brattle, h. 16 
Hill A., conductor, C. R. R. Co., house at 
Brighton [Putnam ave. 

" Abbie L., widow of Fred. K.. h. 196 
" Adams Sherman, Boylston Prof, of 
Rhetoric and Oratory, H. U., h. Res- 
ervoir, n. Fayerweather 
" Albert E., salesman (27 Bedford. B.), 

bds. 132 Pearl 
" Alexander, engineer, 126 Portland, h. 

Berkshire, cor. Berkshire pi. 
" Alex., Jr., engineer, 126 Portland, hJ 

42 Hampshire 

" Bonney, furniture filler, Second, cor. 

Thorndike, h. 20 Spring [thwaite 

" Charles, jobber, house r. 36 Cowper- 

" Charles P., fly finisher, 162 Broad- 

Avav. h. at West Newton 
" David, lab., bds. r. 18 Sparks 



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Hill David J., pressman, University Press, 

h. 21 Gerry [Washington 

" Eben, engineer, 126 Portland, h. r. 15 

" Edward, tailor. 566 Main. h. do. 

" Edward, waiter, Memorial Hall, rms. 

9 Baldwin ct. 
" Elizabeth A. Mrs., h. 35 Bigelow 
" Ellen, wid. of Henry, h. 5 King pi. 
11 E. Andrew, printar, University Press, 
h. 22 Winthrop 

HILL. FRED A., carpenter, State, 
corner Osborn. h. 22 Worcester (see 

p. 483) 
•' F. L., machine hand, 162 Broadway, 

bds. 53 Cberrv 
" E. W., 162 Broadway, bds. 53 Cherry 
" George A., h. 866 Main 
" George H.. machinist, h. 5 King pi. 
" Hannah A., widow of Wm .A., house 

132 Pearl 
" Henrietta Emeline Mrs., laundress, 

house rear 61 Harvard 
" Henry B., assistant professor Chem- 
istry H. U., h. Hammond, n. Oxford j 
" James, cook, h. r. 36 Cowperthwaite 
" James, hairdresser, 426 Harvard, b. 

189 Mt. Auburn 
" James, h. r. 37 Cowperthwaite 
" James D., house 20 Brewer 
" James J., clerk, 147 North avenue. 

house at Somerville 
" JasonM., key finisher, 139 Broadway 

house at West Medford 
" John E., watchmaker (22 Hanover, 

B.), house 39 Hamilton 
" John Henry, sawyer, 139 Broadway, 

house 5 Hampshire place 
" Joseph, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 

9 Baldwin court [Trowbridge 

" Josiah F., stenographer (B.), b. 52 
" Nathaniel Mrs., h. 104 Prospect 
" Rebecca E. Mrs., house 27 Mellen 
" Thomas, rooms 512 Main 
" Timothy Mrs., h. r. 18 Sparks 
" Wm. , gardener, h. 189 Mt. Auburn 
" Wm. H., carpenter, State, c. Osborn 

h. at Somerville [220 Broadway 

Hillas Wm., iron turner, 126 Portland, h. 

" Wm. H., heater, 126 Portland, house 

1 Bristol 
Hiller Edward, bds. 38 Pearl 
Hillery John, house 131 Portland 

" Mary, -vidow of Thomas, house 191 

Mt. Auburn 
' ' Michael F. , clerk Physical Laboratory 

H. U. , boards 191 Mt. Auburn 
" Thos. A., janitor Agassiz Museum, 

bds. 191 Mt. Auburn 
Hilliard Joseph S., teamster, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, Water, h. at Boston 
" Samuel D., house 32 Winsor 
Hillier Margaret A. Mrs., dressmaker, 441 

Main, house 250 Harvard 



Hillier Tillie A. Miss, clerk, 441 Main, bds. 
250 Harvard 
" Wm., mason, house 250 Harvard 
" Wm. H. , mason, boards 250 Harvard 
Hilliker John, hairworker, 63 Ellery, h. do. 
Hillman Chas. H., book-keeper (24 Sud- 
bury, B.), h. 123 Thorndike 
" John W., silver plater (24 Sudbury, 

B.), boards 156 Thorndike 
" John J., silver plater (24 Sudbury, 

B.), house 156 Thorndike 
" Minnie G. Miss, music teacher, 156 
Thorndike, boards do. 
Hillock Eliza A. Miss, teacher training 
school, boards 22 Brewer 
" Samuel B., carpenter, b. 22 Brewer 
Hills FontanelleL., teamster (J. S. Hilliard 
B.), house 142 Spring 
" Henry S., house 78 Thorndike 
" Wm. B. Dr., instructor in Chemistry 
H. U., house 54 Langdon 
Hilt Charles H. at Miller Bros. (Somerville) 

house 81 Wendell 
Hilton James Madison, butter and cheese 
(39 and 40 South Market. B.), h. 
9 Mellen 
" James M., house 47 Oxford 
" John W. , hairdresser. 459i Main, b. 

9.3 Hampshire 
" Joseph F., provisions (5 and 7 F. H. 

market, B), h. 15 Highland av. 
1 ' Thomas B. , hairdresser, 249 Broadway 
bds. 117 Columbia 
Himeon Edgar, carpenter, b. 20 Suffolk 
; ' Edward, clerk 588 Main, b. 20 Suffolk 
" Edward C, clerk, b. 20 Suffolk 
" John, carpent r, b. 20 Suffolk 
" Minor W., carpenter and builder, 72 
Norfolk, house 20 Suffolk 
Hinckley Seth, blower N. E. Glass Works 
Hincks PMward W. General, h. 159 Brattle 
Hinds Benjamin, laborer, h. 3 Conlon's ct. 
Hines Albert A., hackman (B.), house 188 
Harvard 
" David, piano maker (245 W. Fifth, 

S. B.), boards 20 Fairmont 
" James, laborer, h. 40 Washington 
" John, laborer, Third, c. Bent 
14 Richard B., com. trav. (36 Chauncy, 

B.), house 12 Day 
" Robert A., book-keeper, Curtis Davis 
& Co. (136 State, B.), house 20 
Fairmont 
Hinkley Eugene B., insurance agent (64 
State, B.), house 7 Highland 
" Frank E., station agt., B. & L. R. R. 
and C. M. R. R., North av., boards 
Frank, cor. North av. 
Hmley Jeremiah, safe maker, 17 Main 
Hinman Joseph, agent Babcock Extinguish- 
er (41 Federal, B.), h. 48 Magazine 
Hinton Tina, wid. of Chas. , h. r. 90 Harvard 
Hippler Andrew, basket maker, house rear 
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Hirl John T., brush maker (B.), •>• 40 First 
" Mary J. Mrs., brush maker (B.), h. 

40 First 
Hirons Wm., laborer, Riverside Press 
Hirschberg Paul, florist agent (B.), house 

rear 172 Columbia [Wash. 

Hiscock Simon ])., police, station 2 h. 99 
Hislop Robert, laborer, 17 Main, h. Third, 

next the bridge [De Wolf 

Hitchcock Henry C. fireman, H. U., h. 13 
" Lillie, wid. of Edward C, h. 4 Eaton 
Hitchings John, ware dresser, 350 Main 

HITTINGER THOMAS S., 
wholesale ice and (F. P. I. Co.), 
foot of Willow, branch offices 6 
Brattle and 649 Main 
Hixon Charles F., clerk, 142 Harvard, h. 66 
Winsor [h. 15 Magazine 

Edward, furniture mnfr. , 602 Main, ; 
Emily, wid. of Walter J., house 112 

Hancock 
George E., foreman upholsterers (48 

Canal B.), house 65 Pearl 
Robert T., police, station 1, house 3 

Huron 
Sophia, widow of Geo., h. 66 Winsor 
Hjorter Johannes, case maker, 284 Main, 

b. 71 Washington 
Hjorth Frederick, insurance agent and 

preserved fish, 404 Main, h. do. 
Hoag Jonathan, clerk, 69 Norfolk, h. 287 

Broadway 
Hoar Cecilia, widow, h. 137 Webster av. 
Hoare Francis, trav. salesman (252 Dev- 
onshire, B.), h. 82 Green 
Hobart David H., clerk (131 Court, B.), 
h. 17 Austin 
" Washington, carpenter, h. 365 Main 
Hobbs Emeline P. Miss, b. 14 Brookline 
" Francis A., book-binder, Riverside 

Press, h. 14 Bath 
" Geo., boarding-house, 53 Cherrv 
" .G. A., driver, Camb. R. R. Co/ 
" H. Ernest, painter, b. r. 150 Prospect 
" Harry W., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, b. 53 Cherry 
" Henry C, cutter, N. E. Glass Works. 

house rear 150 Prospec 
" Jeremiah R., driver, hook and lad- 
der, house 109 Winsor 
" Jeremiah S., carpenter, h. 7 Park 
4i Moses H., agent, rooms 14 Brookline 
" Wm., clock repairer, h. 162 Harvard 
Hodgdon A. J., driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. 
Company [b. r. 508 Main 

" John H., carpenter, 9 Western av., 
Hodge Bridget, widow of Richard, boards 
4£ South 
" John W., cracker dealer, b. 4£ South 
' ; Theodore J., waiter, Memorial Hall, 
h. rear 19 Brewery 
Hodges Chas. E.. clerk {26 F. H. market, 
B.), boards 450 Broadway 



Hodges Francis Frederick, clerk (22 Pearl, 

B.), 1). 450 Broadway 

" Hannah Mrs., h. 314 Broadway 

" Harry D.. hat bleacher (658 Wash., 

B.), h. Hotel School [way 

" Jane, widow of Francis, h. 450Broad- 

" Lydia E.. widow of Wm. G., house 

100 Mt. Auburn [Kinnaird 

" Mary A., widow of James C, h. 11 

:i Walter E., box nailer, 502 Main, b. 

59 Pearl 
" Wm. A., teller (National Bank of 
Redemption, B.), boards 100 Mt. 
Auburn 
Hodgkin Asa H.. millman, h. 1 Union 
Hodgkins Charles A., wood worker, State, 
cor. Osborn, h. at Chelsea [do. 

" Samuel, paper-hanger, 187 Camb., h. 
' ; James H., regulator, 162 Broadway, 
h. 31 Brookline [Boston 

" Joseph E., machinist, 356 Main, h. at 
" Rufus M., wood worker, h. 21 Suffolk 
" Walter R., paper hanger f Howard, 

B.), b. 39 Seventh 
" Wm. H., plumber, h. r. 126Thorndike 
" Willis, carpenter, b. 136 Otis 
Hodgman Edwin R., clergyman, house 15 

Hilliard 
Hodsdon Addie Miss, cashier, 527 Camb., 
house at Somerville 
" Clarence L., cooper, rear 68 Allston, 

house 70 do. 
" Geo. W., produce (11 and 12 No. 

Market, B.), b. 112 Thorndike 
" Julia A., widow of B. P., house 112 

Thorndike 
" John T., cook, h. Hotel Brooks 
" Wilder B., clerk (146 Devonshire. 

B.), house 112 Thorndike 

" Wm. H., carpenter, b. Hotel Brooks 

Hoey James, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 159 

Spring [Stevens' ct. 

" James J., soapmaker (B.), house 2 

Hofer Frederick, tool maker, First, near 

Camb., h. First, opp. Spring 
Hofmann Ernst, tailor, 318 Broadway, h. 3 

Emmons place 

Hoffman Chas., ice man (Chas'n). b. 213 

Columbia [lumbia 

" Chas., driver, 565^ Main, b. 74 Co- 

'• Helen C. Miss, clerk, 114 Magazine, 

boards do. 
' ; Herman L., teamster, 172 Thorndike, 
boards 173 Spring [lumbia 

" James W., boarding-house, 74 Co- 
" John, box maker, 169 Gore, h. 213 
Columbia [Columbia 

" John, Jr., laborer, 169 Gore, b. 213 
" Reinhold F., cabinetmaker, houss 49 
Clark 
Hogan Edward, cooper, 169 Gore, house 16 
Squires' court 
' ' Edward J. , cabinet maker, 20 Albany, 
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Hogan Ellen, Avid, of Cornelius, h. Auburn 
place 
" Frederic A., piano-key finisher, 137 

Broadway, h. 486 Cambridge 
" Fred A. Mrs., dry goods, 486 Camb.. 
house do. [Ninth 

" Geo., boot maker, Am. Rubber Co., 
" James, carpenter, B. & L. R. R. shop 
" John, laborer, Waverly, c. Talbot 
" John B., cabinet maker, house 73 

* Hastings 
" John C, electrotype finisher, Uni- 
versity Press, h. 158 Green 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 4 Holworthy 
" Mary A. Mrs., variety store, 36 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
" Matthew E., provisions, h. 30 Russell 
' ; Patrick, laborer, h. r. 203 Franklin 
" Richard, wheelwright, 270 North ave. 

bds. 26 Rice 

" Thomas F., machinist, h. 158 Green 

Hoit Sarah A., wid. of Ezekiel, h. 28 Fifth 

" Sophia G., widow of Joseph, h. 128 

Thorndike [B.), bds. 28 Fifth 

" fm. H., confectioner (67 Canal, 

Hoitt Benjamin B., dining rooms, 5 Essex, 

h. 82 Green 
Holbrook Edward, h. 112 Lake View ave. 
" Edwin W., driver, 120 Hampshire, h. 

41 Amory 

" Frank A. , cabinet maker Otis, cor. 

First, h. at West Medford 
" John L. painter B. & L. R. R. shop h. 

at Lexington 
*' Nathan H. , supt, John Reardon & 

Sons, Waverly, cor. Talbot, house 

42 Chestnut 

" Vernon, h. 104 Lake View ave. 
Holden Amos P., house 100 Allston 

" Austin, asst. librarian American 
Academy (104 Beacon, B.),bds. 21 
Linnaean 

" John A., shipper Riverside Press, b. 
38 Pearl 

" Llewellyn J., hairdresser, 215 Broad- 
way, bds. 6 Austin 

" Margaret A., widow of James D., h. 
21 Linnaean [Green 

" Wm., blacksmith, 496 Main, h. 152 

" Wm., fireman, h. 41 Washington 

HOLIAN BROTHERS (Edward 
and Michael Holian), galvanizers, 
191 Winsor (see p. 7) 
" Edward, (Holian Bros.), galvanizer, 

191 Winsor, bds. 364 Cambridge 
" Michael (Holian Bros.;, galvanizer, 
191 Winsor, h. 364 Cambridge 
Holiday Luke, city laborer, h. rear 165 

Broadway 
Holl Wm., varnisher Second, c. Thorndike 

rooms 118 Gore 
Holland Agnes, Miss, h. 44 Austin 

" Annie I. Mrs. dressmaker, 569 Main, 
house do. 



Holland Cornelius, lab., h. 19 Porter 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 20 Plymouth 
" Dennis, 169 Gore, bds. 8 Fourth 
" Edward, printer (B.), house rear 96 

Tremont 
" James, cooper (Somerville) house 

169 Bridge 
" John, hostler Cambridge R. R. Co., 

Mt. Auburn stable, h. 81 Cushing 
" John, laborer, 168 Main, h. 2 Deacon 
" John, 162 Br adway, h. 22 Portland 
" John J., action maker, b. 2 Deacon 
" John P., liquors, 165 Bridge, and 

boots and shoes, 209 Cambridge, h. 

395£ do. 
" Michael W., teamster, h. 120 Otis 
' Wm., watchman Cambridge R. R. 

Co., Dunster, h. 161 Green 
" Wm. C, tinner, 153 Putnam ave., 

bds. 26 Prince 
" Willie N., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Somerville 
Hollenbeck John, janitor, 555 Main, h. do. 
Hollernan David, butcher, Niles Bros., 

Concord ave., h. near do. 
" John, teamster, 256 Bridge, house at 

Somerville 
Holley Hurd A., teamster, 221 Bridge, h. 

69 Charles h. at Boston 

" Joseph, carpenter, 113 Broadway, 
" Reuben, mason, bds. 69 Charles 
Hollis Charles R. , wheelwright, 178 North 

av., bds. Porter's Hotel 
" George F., supt. Third, cor. Potter, 

h. at Arlington Heights 
" Lucinda E., widow of Charles, house 

103 Austin 
11 Mary, wid. of Chas., h. 103 Columbia 
'• Wm. H., dentist, 603 Main, bds. 103 

Austin 
Holly John A., house 69 Concord ave. 

11 Tree Coffee Rooms, 20 Brattle 
Holman Chas. E., clerk, 162 Broadway, h. 

119 Winsor [h. 8 Front 

" Maria N. , widow of Ebenezer P., 

" Peter, laborer (B.) bds. 122£ Spring 

HolmbergEric, book-keeper \ (P. O. sq., B.) 

bds. 19 Magazine 
" John F., hay, etc., 185 Broadway 

house 38 Union 
" Sarah A., grocer, 38 Union, h. do. 
Holmes Almira M. , widow of Joseph H. h. 

40 School 
" Anna P. Miss, house 93£ Auburn 
" Caroline E., widow of Charles, house 

12 Dunster [3 State 

" Charles F., clerk, 515 Main, boards 
" Charlotte, widow of Jacob R., h. 9 

Kinnaird 

HOL.MES FRANK UI., flour, pro- 
duce and "Home Mills" brown 
bread mixture, etc., (42 Commer- 
cial, B.), h. 80 Magazine (see page 
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Theological Seminary), boards 80 
Magazine 
" Freeland S., janitor Masonic Hall, 
633 Main, and Bpardman and Mason 
schools, h. 3 State 

HOLMES GEO H., book-keeper 
Charles River Nat. Liank, 1 Harvard 

row, house 14 Lowell [William 

" Helen E., widow of Joseph H., h. 39 
" Henry ()., book agent h. 32 Prospect 
" Howard W., driver, 203 Bridge, h. 67 

Spring 
" Isaac C. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and 

coal, 166 River, h. 75 Allston 
" Isaac G. (I. G. Holmes & Co.), boots 

and shoes, 567 Main, b. 75 Allston 
" I. G. & Co. (Isaac G. Holmes), boots 

and shoes, 567 Main 
" James A. Mrs., b. 325 Harvard 
" John, h. 5 Appian-way 
" John C, porter (Hotel Vendome, B.) 

h. 20 , Murdock 
" Joseph A. (Joseph A. Holmes & Co.) 

grocers, 606 and 610 Main, h. 55 

Magazine 

HOLMES JOSEPH A. & CO., 
(Joseph A. Holmes}, grocers, 606 

608 and 610 Main (see page 54) 
" Joseph E., clerk, 610 Main, boards 

39 William 
' ' Marcus R. , key finisher, 139 Broadway 
" Nathaniel, h. 7 Holyoke place 
" Patrick, coachman, 165 Brattle, house 

46 Foster 
" Thomas, lab., h. 365 North av. 
" Walter A., salesman (141 Federal, 

B.), bds. 3 State 
" William, house 23 Sargent 
" Wm. F., hay and grain, 162 River, 

boards 75 Allston 
" & Rugg (Isaac C. Holmes and Geo. 

H. Rugg), wood and coal, 166 

River 
Holquist John, tailor, h. 7 Rogers' blk Main 
Holt Ada B., teacher Cushing primary 

school, bds. 8 Plympton 
" Alden, steam fitter (38 Beach, B.), h. 

16 Watson 
" Alfred F., health officer, office City 

Hall and physician, 5 Pleasant, h. do 
" C. B., safe maker, 17 Main 
" Caroline S., wid. of V. S., house 

589£ Main [Hastings 

" Chas., safe maker, 17 Main, rooms 72 
" Everett, driver, 120 Hampshire, bds. 

125 do. 
" Frederick, safe maker, 17 Main, 

rooms 72 Hastings 
" Homer C, lawyer, 589£ Main, h. do. 
" James G., driver Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Chas'n 
" James H. H., painter, 14 Church, h. 

10 South 



Holt James L. Mrs., carpet maker, house 
10 South 
" Samuel H., foreman of blacksmiths, 

(409 Federal, B.). h. 8 Plympton 
" Stephen A. (Holt & Bugbee), hard- 
wood lumber, 17 East, office (173 
Friend, B.), h. at Winchester 
" Susie E. Miss, bookkeeper, 3 Brattle 
bds. 8 Acacia 

HOLT WILLIAM B., painter, 14 
Church, h. 8 Acacia (see p. 487) 
" Wm. C, clerk, bds. 7 Walnut av. 

HOLT & BUGBEE (Stephen A. 
Holt and John B. Bugbee), hard 
wood lumber, 17 East, office (173 
Friend and 84 Canal, B.) (see p. 39) 
Holton Fred H., coppersmith (36 Chardon, 

B.), h. 14 Prospect 
Homer Adeline D., widow of Charles W., 
house 26 Garden 
" Fitz H., confectioner, 42 Elm, rooms 

91 Columbia 
" Mary, private school, 26 Garden h do 
" Sarah A., wid. of Moore R., house 
214 Harvard 
Homo Joseph, mill hand, 3 Hampshire 
Honekamp Herman, cabinet maker, 626 

Main 
Honeycomb Thomas P. (Honeycomb & Co.) 
Co.), boots and shoes, 597 Main, h. 
at East Somerville 
" & Co. (Thomas P. Honeycomb), 
boots and shoes, 597 Main 
Hong Wah, laundry, 10 Pearl, h. do. 
Hood Emma J. , wid. of Geo. A. , h. 16 Allen 
" Hallie M. Miss, teacher (West Som- 
erville), bds. 16 Allen 
" Josiah, fireman B. & L. R. B. boards 

84 Cambridge 
" Wm., watchman, 169 Gore, house 18 

Seventh 
" Wm. H. (Blaisdell & Hood), wood, 
79 Brattle, bds. 1 Garden 
Hook Henry B., h. 289 Pearl 
Hooker Anna W., h. 415 Broadway 

" Chas. K., steam-heating, basement, 

602 Main, h. 2 Granite 
" Chas. R., driver Hose 1, Brattle sq. , 

house 15 Eliot 
" Henry, h. 53 Auburn 
" Hiram W., driver steam fire engine 

No. 1, Brattle sq., rooms do. 
" Sara P. Miss, mechanical dentist, 
432 Harvard, house at Allston 
Hooley James, lab., house 31 Porter 

" John, driver, 15 Church, bds. 26 

Hancock 
" Julia, wid. of Daniel, h. 26 Hancock 
Hooper Chas. H., flour (10 Broad, B.), h. 
289 North avenue 
" Edward W., treas. Harvard College, 
(70 Water, B.) and lawyer (40 State 
room 21, B.), h. Reservoir, opp. the 
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Hooper Frank A., elk. (32 Essex, B.), b. 

53 Fifth 
" Isaac, lab., h. 6 Decatur 
> ; Isaac D., house 2 Allston court 
" John jr., horse clothing, etc. (129 

Washington, B.), h. 82 Magazine 
" Joseph M., foreman of carpenters 

Araer. Rubber Co., house 6 Second 

st. court 
" Mary L., wid. of James, house 291 

North av. [Fifth 

" Moses W., police station 3, house 53 
" Nathan C, teamster, 10 Arrow, house 

3 Banks 
" Warren L. , fruit (42 South Market, 

B.), house 291 North av. 
Hope Eugene X. electrotyper Riverside 

Tress, h. 33 Blackstone 
" James J., stereotyper, b. 12 Walnut ct 
" John, lab., b. 91 Main 
Hopewell Frank, trav. salesman, bds. 82 

Magazine 
" John, mnfr. carriage robes, etc. (129 

Wash., B.), h. 82 Magazine 

HOPKINS ALBERT B., archi- 
tect and builder, 276 Pearl, h. do. 
(see p. 483) 
Catharine, widow of Edward, house 

121 Elm 
Charles A., clerk, 655 Main, bds. 85 

Pearl 
Curtis, painter, h. 85 Pearl 
C. F., driver C. R. R. Co. 
Edward Earl, dentist (85 Newbury, 

B.), b. 47 Magazine 
Edward J., plumber, b. 3 Norfolk ct. 
Edward S., glass blower, h. 3 Second 
Emma A. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, b. at Melrose 
Fred W., trav. salesman (B.), h. 6 

Clinton 
Frederick W., clerk, b. 85 Pearl 
George W., clerk (77 Bedford, B.), 

h. 169 Thorndike 
Howard F., printer, University Press, 

rms. 29 Putnam av. 
James, laborer, h. 3 Norfolk ct. 
James H. T., lessee Prospect Skat- 
ing Academy, 10 Prospect, b. 658 

Main 
John G., blower N. E. Glass Works, 

North, h. at West Medford 
Joseph W., teamster, 168 Gore, rms. 

122 Otis 
Josiah, painter, 7 Western av., h. 85 

Pearl [Rogers block, Main 

Michael J., teamster, 180 Main, h. 7 
Perry L.. agent "Vandine" estate, h. 

67 Plymouth 
Samuel, machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. 4 Linehan's block, Third 
Sarah A. Mrs., h. 57 Pearl 
Wm. J., collector, b. 3 Norfolk ct. 



Hopkinson John P., private school (20 

Boylston place, B.), h. 22 Craigie 
Hoppin Nicholas Rev., h. 469 Broadway 
Horan Charles, laborer, h. 65 Spruce 

" Daniel, laborer, 211 Bridge, h. 125 

Third 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 24 Montgomery 
" John, carpenter, h. 8 Sands 
" Michael, laborer, 211 Bridge, h. 125 

Third 
" Patrick J., clerk, b. 24 Montgomery 
" Timothy, currier, Dudley 
' ; Timothy, painter, h. Montgomery, c. 
Dudley [Fifth 

" Timothy, teamster, 211 Bridge, h. 3 
Horgan Daniel, conductor, Chas. R. St. Ry. 
Co. [66 Winsor 

" Dennis, marble worker, 53 Main, b. 
" Dennis, stone-cutter, A, McDonald, 

h. 112 Holworthy 
" James, car builder, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. r. 83 Bridge 
" James, gardener, 4 Holworthy, b. do. 
" John, grocer, 69 Gore, h. do. 
" John F., h. 115 Tremont 
" John H., clerk, Ames Plow Co. (B.), 
b. 69 Gore [h. 115 Tremont 

" John Joseph, conductor C. R. R. Co., 
" John J., marble works, 45 to 53 Main, 

h. 66 Winsor 
" Thomas, machinist, Boston Bridge 
Works, Sixth, h. at E. Boston 
Hormel Conrad, sugar boiler, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 7 Mullins ct. 
Horn Plummer S., laborer, 113 Broadway, 

h. 57 Broadway 
Home Henry, boiler maker, 92 Main 

" John C., letter-carrier Camb. P. O., 
7 Harvard r-ow, h. 102 Auburn 
Hornsby Wm. J., potter, A. H. Hews & 
Co., h. Somerville av., n. Union sq. 
Horr Frederick E., clerk P. O. (Somer- 
ville), h. 48 Austin 
Horrigan Ann, wid. of Timothy, h. 29 Reed 
" Denis, b. 50 Amory 
" Jeremiah, foreman, blacksmith shop, 

169 Gore. h. 11 Eighth 
" Jeremiah, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 34 
" John, laborer, h. 53 Amory 

Jefferson 
" Kate Mrs., h. 7 McCabe 
" Mary A. Mrs., h. 395£ Camb. 
" Timothy, coachman Robert O. Fuller, 

h. 50 Amory 

" Timothy, laborer, h. 108£ Tremont 

'' Timothy jr., laborer, b. 50 Amory 

Horsford Eben N., chemist, h. 27 Craigie 

Horstetter Louis, wood turner,Second, cor. 

Thorndike 
Horton Sylvester, reed board maker, 162 
Broadway, h. 4 Market 
" William, machinist, F. R. R., h. 15 
Second 



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Hosmer Cora E. Miss, teacher Harvard 
grammar school, b. 105 Prospect 

11 Crampton & Bammond, hay, Prison 
Point, next drawbridge, and (51 
Commercial, B.) 
Hotel Brooks, Brooks, near Main 

" Cambridge, Crescent av. . n. Raymond 

" Cambridge, 45 Otis, Bast Cambridge 

" Clark, Clark, cor. School 

11 Holly, Holly cor. Brooks 

" Main, 305 Main 

" Parks, School cor. Moore 

" School, Holly cor. Brooks 

" Shirley. School cor. School-st. place 

Wentworth, 7 and 9 Essex 
• Weston, School near Clark 

" Windsor, 86 Washington 
Hough James, tailor, bds. Harvard 

11 Wm. E., bds. 109 Auburn 
Houghton Augusta M. Miss, teacher (Som- 
erville). b. 2 Potter park 

" Charles W., agent Steam Packing 
Co. (66 Canal, B.), h. 74 Pearl 

" Charlotte I. Miss, teacher (Somer- 
ville), bds. 2 Potter park 

" Cornelius A., foreman of sharp-mak- 
ers, 139 Broadway, h. at Roslindale 

" Frank, clerk (B.), bds. 74 Pearl 

" Erederick O., salesman (115 State, 
B.). bds. 2 Potter park 

" Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), 
printer and (Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co.), publisher Riveride Press and 
(4 Park, B.), h. 800 Main 

' k Henry O.. Jr., clerk Riverside Press 
h. 3 Brewster pi. 

" H. O. & Co. (Henry O. Houghton, 
George H. Mifflin, Lawson Valen- 
tine and James D. Hurd), printers 
etc., Riverside Press, Blackstone. 
and (4 Park, B.) 

" John H., agent Legerwood Manufac- 
turing Co. (New York), house 196 
Putnam ave. 

* 4 Joseph W., shipping clerk (88 North 
B.), boards 2 Potter park 

" Mark Irving, stamper (233 Cambridge 
B.), bds. 26 School st. place 

" Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 8 DeWolf 

" Mary R. Mrs., h. 2 Potter park 

" Mifflin & Co. (Henry O. Houghton, 
George H. Mifflin, Lawson Valen- 
tine and James D. Hurd), publish- 
ers. Riverside Press, Blackstone and 
(4 Park, B.) 

" Sarah A. Mrs., house 46 Cherry 

" Sarah F. Miss, book-keeper (B.), 
bds. 46 Cherry 

" Thomas P. carpenter, h. 64 Hampshire 

" William I. W., watchman. State cor. 
Osborn. h. 26 School st. place 
Houlev William, hostler Murrav-st. stable 
" Camb. R. R. Co.. bds. Bovlston 



Houlihan John, carriage smith. boa- 
Harvard 
" Mary, widow, h. 39 Washington 
" Michael \Y\, teamster. 3 Hampshire 

h. 28 Winsor 

11 Patrick J., printer, b. 30 Harvard 

" Thomas, laborer, 13 Broadway h. 30 

Harvard [h. Sixth, c. Harvard 

" Thomas A., printer (118 Purchase B.) 

Hourinan Dennis, laborer, 211 Bridge, h. 

rear 125 Third 
House of Correction and Jail for Middlesex 

county. Thorndike. cor. Third 

Houstetter Eliza Mrs., boarding honse, 121 

Western ave. [ave. 

" Lewis, wood turner, h. 121 Western 

Houston John B., cook, h. 95 Elm 

Hovenden Thomas W.. 122 Broadway, bds. 

279 do. 
Hovey Caroline Miss, h. 9 Brookline 
" Charles, clerk, h. 26 Fifth 
" Charles H., florist and seedsman (69 
Tremont, B.), h. 381 Broadwav" 

HOVJEY CHARLES M., nurser- 
ies, Cambridge, opp. Highland ave. 
h. 381 Broadway (see p. 493) 

i; DanaR., clerk, 532 Main. h. GO Green 

" Eliza B. Miss, h. 9 Brookline 

" Ereeland E., clerk (184 Devonshire, 
B.), bds. 93 Otis 

" Horatio N., h. 93 Otis 

" Horatio N., Jr., paper hangings and 
window shades. 103 Cambridge, h. 
93 Otis 

" H. N. & Co. (George W. Dearborn 
and Henry Cannell). grocers, 89 
Cambridge RXE 

" James B., student H. U., b. 646 Camb. 

" John C, horticulturist (16 S. Market 
B.),h. 9 Brookline 

" J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main. h. do. 

" Mary H. , widow of William B. . h. 40 
William 

" Mary L., widow of Phineas B., house 
9 Brookline 

'• Stephen E., carriagesmith (Boston), 
h. Hollis, near Spruce 

" Walter, superintendent (456 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 21 Lancaster 

" William H., butter and cheese (3 F. 
H. market. B.), h. 67 Pleasant 

- William W., clerk (B.), bds. .1 Lan- 
caster 
Howard Abby A. K. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, h. 65 Otis 

" Alexander, shoemaker. 36 Fifth, bds. 
159 Norfolk 

" Amelia C. Miss, hairdresser, house 29 
Tremont 

" Arthur L. . student H. U., boards 826 
Main [b. 84 Winsor 

: ' Augustus J., teamster, 139 Broadway 

i; Charles W.. foreman of key-finishers 
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Howard Edwin E., shoemaker, 200 Frank- 

lin, h. do. 
11 Elizabeth D., widow of R. L., house 

Hillside ave., cor. Avon Hill 
" Gabriel, laborer, h. Garden-st. pi. 
" George C, h. 826 Main 

HOWARD GEORGE H., book- 
keeper, 203 Bridge, h. 38 Fifth 
44 Geo. W., wood-carver, Second, cor. 

Thorndike, bds. 118 Spring 
" James jr., collar maker, 10 Arrow, h. 

361 Cambridge 
" James H.. cutter New England Glass 

Works, house 361 Cambridge 
" James J., varnisher. Second, cor. 

Thorndike. house 118 Spring 
" James Richard, lab., b. 361 Camb. 
" John, butler, house 55 Washington 
" John, collar maker, 10 Arrow, house 

11 Dodge 
" Julius D., compositor University 

Press, house 15 Beaver 
11 Mary, wid. of James, h. 118 Spring 
" Peter M. Mrs., h. 28 Tremont 
" Richard, safe maker, 17 Main, house 

at Boston 
" Thomas F., cutter New England 

Glass Works, North, h. at Chelsea 
" Thomas M., night watchman, 203 

Bridge, house 113£ Cambridge 
" Wm., head waiter Memorial Hall, h. 

126 1-1 Green 
" Wm. W., key finisher, 139 Broadway 
rooms 61 Cherry 
Howarth Arthur, proof reader h. 11 Rice 
Howarton Herbert, hostler Charles River 

St. Railway Co. 

HOWE ARCHIBALD M., law- 
yer (25 Congress, room 3, B.), h. 

60 Shepard (see p. 501) 
" Albert H., clerk C. D. Cobb, boards 

5 Dickinson 
" Alfred H., boots and shoes, 557 Main 

house at Boston Highlands 
" Alice, wid. of Solomon H., b. 5 Dana 
" Arthur, bds. 19 Erie 
" Avery E., bacon curer, r. Ill Main, 

house 35 William 
" A. P., Major General U. S. A., h. 11 

Concord av. [h. 5 Tenney 

" Benjamin, action maker, 162 Br'dw'y 
" B. Varnum, optical goods (106 Tre- 
mont, B.), house 137 North av. 
" Chas. T., clerk (19 Commercial, B.), 

boards 107 Broadway 
" Clara Miss, private school 2 Garden, 

boards 1 Oxford 
1 ' Daniel K. , carriage trimmer 412 Main 

house 69 Sidney 
" David (Howe & Putney), bacon curer 

rear 365 Cambridge, h. 19 Erie 
" Edward Frank, clerk (88 Court, B.), 

b. 285 Broadway 



Howe Edward F., bacon curer, r. 411 Main 
house 33 Front 
" Elias, music (88 Court, B.), house 

285 Broadway 
" Emily C. Miss, bds. 55 Ellery 
" Estes, treas. Cambridge Gas Light Co. 

121 Harvard, house 1 Oxford 
; ' Francis M., book-keeper 12 Camb., 

house 80 Fourth 
" Frank M. , architect (60 Devonshire, 

B.), house 7 Norris 
" Frederick C, grocer (19 Commercial 

B.), house 107 Broadway 
" James H., driver Fresh Pond Ice Co. 

b. A. B. Bunnell's, off Davis 
" Jane, wid. of John, house 383 Main 
" John, clerk, 71 Pleasant, b. at Boston 
" John E., architect (68 Devonshire, 

B.), bds. 26 Inman 
" Josiah D., painter Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, house 8 Maynard pi. 
" J. Lewis, book sawyer Riverside 

Press, house 73 River 
" Laf orest D. , teamster jtxowe & Putney 

house 86 Allston 
" Mary E. Miss, house 2 Garden 
' ' Mary L. , wid. of Geo. W. , h. 4 Centre 
" Minerva, wid. of Thomas, b. 11 Front 
" Moses G. , lawyer (17 Court, room 11, 

B.), house 137 North av. 
" Otis (Howe Spring Bed Co.), spring 

bed mnfr., 386 Main, h. 26 Inman 
" Robert A., shirt cutter (383 Wash., 

B.), bds. 19 Magazine 
" Sara R. Miss, h. 2 Garden 
" Spring Bed Co. (Otis Howe), spring 

bed mnfrs., 386 Main 
' '• Thomas J. , pres. Wiscasset Brick and 
Pottery Co. (53 Lincoln, B.), house 
55 Ellery 
" Tracy, clerk, b. 55 Garden 
" IT. Tracy, h. 55 Garden 
" Wm. Mrs., h. 5 Crescent 
" Wm., clergyman, h. 746 Main 
" Wm. E., traveling salesman (186 

Wash., room 7, B.), b. 4 Centre 
" Wm. F., drug elerk (3 Beacon, B.), 

house 19 Magazine 
" Wm. H., clerk (88 Court, B.), house 

223 Broadway, No. 4 
" Wm. H. H., janitorFeltonand Thay- 
er Halls, house r. Felton bldg. , 
Cambridge 

HOWE & PUTNEY (David 
Howe and George Putney), bacon 
curers, r. 365 Camb., order box (28 
F. H. market, B.) (see p. 489) 
Howell Henrietta L. Mrs., h. 127 North av. 

" John R., plasterer, h. 17 Wyeth 
Howes Benjamin L., purser (Baltimore & 
Boston steamers, B.),h. 334 Broad- 
way 
" James F., express driver (21 F. H. 
market, B.), h. 255 Broadway 



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Howes John, carpenter, house 6 Sands 

" Lewis W., lawyer (83 School, room 

J, B.), house 48 Prospect 
" Richard T., fruit (12 Merchants Row 

B.). house 97 Inman 
" Solomon, master mariner, boards 

334 Broadway [Forest 

Mow land Caroline Gk, wid. of Wm., h. 7 

" Daniel O., clerk Main, junction 

Wash., h. 3 Rogers' brick block, 

Main [11 Sidney 

" Darius, roofer (142 Charles, R.), h. 
" Emeline C, wid. of Thomas, house 

237 Pearl 
" Hattie M. Miss, h. 1 Avon place 
" Julius W., casket coverer, house 237 

Pearl 

HOWLAND WIL.L.IAM B., edi- 
tor and publisher, Cambridge Tri- 
bune, 3 Linden, h. at West Medford 

(see p. 479 A 
" William O., clerk (85 Devonshire, 

B.), h. 229 Green 
" William Russell, law student (23 

Court, room 22, R.), bds. 7 Forest 
Howlett Clarence M., clerk, 3 Hampshire, 

bds. 6 Upton 
" Edward C, collector (15 Eromfield, 

B.), bds. 6 Upton 
" Enoch J., clerk, treasurer's office, 

City Hall, constable and sexton, 

First Universalist church, h. 6 Upton 

" Eugene L., clerk (44 Winter, E.), b. 

25 Columbia 
" George C, salesman (49 Rroad, R.), 

h. 25 Columbia 
" George P., clerk (65 Chauncy, R.), 
bds. 25 Columbia [Columbia 

" Horace R., clerk, 559 Main, bds. 25 
" Joseph P., h. 25 Columbia 
" Orrin D., piano tuner, 6 Upton, b. do. 
" William C, salesman, bds. 6 Upton 
Hoxie Annie I., wid. of Frank, h. ll£ Nor- 
folk 
Hoyt Renjamin R., h. 82 Green 

" Ren j amin J. , bell hanger, 235£ Rroad- 

way, h. do. 
" Renjamin S., bds. 40 Sixth 
" Mary A., wid., h. 10 Chester 
" Mary A., wid. of George F , house 7 

Marvin pi. 

" see Hoit [Auburn 

Hubbard Ann, widow of George, h. G9 Mt. 

" Appleton, collector, h. 19 Mt. Auburn 

11 Curtis A. L., clerk (6 New Faneuil 

Hall market, R.), bds. 9 Second 
" Frank L., clerk (B.),bds. 8 Rockwell 
" Frederic G., clerk, 908 Main, bds. 69 

Mt. Auburn 
" Gardiner G., h. 150 Brattle 
<« Jennie M. Miss, dressmaker, 69 Mt. 

Auburn, h do. [Auburn 

n John A. , clerk, 908 Main, bds. 69 Mt. 



Hubbard .John II., apothecary, 468 Harvard, 
b. :57<s do. [Second 

" Lucy K., widow of William M., h. 9 

" Melville W., clerk (Post-office, 3.), 
h. 8 Rockwell 

" Phineas, book-keeper (14:} Trernont. 
B.), h. 1 Richdale ave. [Auburn 

" Phineas, clerk, 3 Brattle, bds. 69 Mt. 

" Sanford B., sub. master, Putnam 
Grammar School, and principal, 
Gore Primary School, h. 7 l.'pton 

" William F., clerk (45 Union, B.), b. 
9 Second 

" William II. , shipping clerk, 31 Elm, 
h. 29 do. 

" William H., teamster (49 South 
Market, B.), h. 199 Cambridge 
Hubbington Nathan, waiter, Memorial Hall, 
bds. 35 Elmer 

Huber , currier, bds. 440 North ave. 

Hubley Edgar R., carpenter, b. 105 Allston 
Huddy Ann Mrs., h. 4 Pioneer ave. 
Hudson Annie M., clerk, Probate Court, 
Third, bds. 75 Otis 

" E. Frances, book-keeper (198 Wash- 
ington, R.), bds. 75 Otis TLT.a 

" Henry N. Rev., h. 336 Harvard 

" John, printer, bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 

" Reuben R., dentist, 82 Inman. h. do. 

" Robert J., clerk (12 Rlackstone 
Market, R.), h. 22 Elm 

" Thomas, gardener, h. 75 Inman 

" T. Henry, notary public, h. 75 Otis 

" Thomas S. Mrs., h. 75 Otis 

" William J., carpenter, h. 20 Erown 
Huebel Christiana Mrs., h. 43 Market 

" Ernest C, shoemaker, 43 Market, 
h. do. [Rridge, bds. at Roston 

Hueston C. E., driver, U. S. Mail wagon, 44 
Huff Charles H., bds. 21 Lawrence 

" Henrietta, wid., h. 21 Lawrence 

" John E., mason, h. 25 School-st. pi. 

" Thomas W. , machinist, 225 Rridge, h. 
at Charlestown 

" Wilbur S., book-keeper, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. 21 Lawrence [Worcester 
Hughes Alfred E. (29 India, Boston), h. 20 

" Alfred J., trunk maker, bds. 14 Suf- 
folk 

" Charles, foreman of blacksmiths, Ros- 
ton Ice Co., Prison Point, house at 
Somerville 

" Edmund, lab., h. 5 Gray pi. 

" Edward, lab., h. 273 Putnam ave. 

" Edward J., clerk, 607 Main, h. 106 
Pearl 

" Eliza I. Mrs., h. 14 Suffolk 

" Emily A. Miss, bread-store, 131 Win- 
sor, bds. 14 Suffolk 

" Frank P., hackman, h. 14 Jackson 

" George, locksmith, 17 Main, h. Mun- 

roe, n. Third [court 

" George F., coachman, h. 4 Ealdwin 



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Hughes George H., painter, 101 Green, h. 

at Somerville [at Somerville 

" George W., painter, 101 Green, bds. 

" James, cooper, bds. 383 Cambridge 

" James, painter, 157£ North ave., h. at 

Somerville 
" James E., organ varnisher, 162 

Broadway, h. 95 Green 
" John, lab., B. & L. R. R. shop, h. at 

Somerville 
" John, lab., h. 392£ Cambridge 
" John, section man, B. & L. R.R., bds. 

48 Winter 
" John, valve maker (97 Oliver, B.), h. 

32 Amory 
" John A., lab., bds. 12 Jackson 
" John A., lab., bds. 22 Harding 
" Lawrence, painter, rear 14 Boylston, 

rooms 69| Mt. Auburn 
" Margaret, wid. of John, h. 12 Jackson 
" Margaret Mrs., h. 23 Donnell 
" Margaret S. Miss, bds. 14 Suffolk 
" Mary Mrs., h. 273 Putnam ave. 
" Michael, lab., Cambridge Cemetery, 

h. 17 Cushing ct. 
" Patrick, lab., Waverly, cor. Talbot 
" Patrick J., liquors, 10 Broadway, 

house do. 
<• Philip, clerk (B.), bds. 51 Winter 
" Philip, gateman, B. & L. R. R. & C. 

M. R. R., North av., h. 2 George 
" Thos., painter, 660 Main, h. 762 do. 
" Wm., driver, Boston Ice Co., Prison 
Point, h. 18 East [Allston 

" Wm., laborer, 162 Broadway, h. 69 
" Wm. H ., clerk, 10 Broadway, b. do. 
" see Hewes 
Hughson M. C, driver, Camb. R. Co. 
Hulbert George, cutter (350 Washington, 

&.), house 44 Hamilton 
Hull Geo., laborer, 382 Main, h. at Boston 
" James H., tin peddler, b. 112 Winsor 
" Joseph, tin peddler, h. Ill Winsor 
4 ' Thomas, clerk, 387 Cambridge, h. 
112 Winsor 
Hulme Abby M. , widow of James M. , h. 
201 North avenue 
il Louise Miss, book-keeper, (B.), bds. 
201 North avenue 
Humans Wm., electrician, h. r. 65 Prospect 
Humbert Sam'l B., piano maker, 73 Main, 

house 198 Green 
Humiston Alice E. Miss, b. 19 Shepard 
" Frederick R., book-keeper, house 19 
Shepard 
Humphrey Charles S., clerk (107 Eederal, 
B.),h. 36 Wallace 
" David jr., house 23 Maple av. 
" Henry B., machinist (183 High, B.), 

bds. 181 Main 
" Henry L., receiving clerk, (N. Y. & 
N. E. R. R., B.), h. 30 Worcester 
" Howard B., conductor, C. R. St Ry. 
Co., bds. 29 Jay 



Humphrey James, printer (218 Franklin, 
B.), h. 26 Banks 
" John, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 20 Carson 
" Margaret, widow of David, bds. 811 

Main 
" Nixson, hostler, h. rear 63 Wash. 
" OrraH., clerk (P. O., B.),h. 29 Jay 
" Seth T., house 181 Main 
" Thomas, manager, Boston Hotels 

Coach Co. (B. & L. R. R., B.), h. 

137 Oxford 
Humphreys Llewellyn G., bds. 10 Forest 
" Sophia, widow of John, h. 104 Mt. 

Auburn 
Humphries Wm. W. , laborer, John Rear- 
don & Sons, h. 4 Allston 
Hunnewell Anna D., widow of Otis, bds. 

51 Essex 
" Caroline, widow of James A., h. 6 

Ash-street place 
" Charles H., real estate, 448 Harvard, 

and janitor Washington and Holmes 

schools, h. 134 Mt. Auburn 
" Chas. H. M., plumber, 12 Brattle, 

bds. 134 Mt. Auburn 
" Frank M., foreman, r. 10 Brattle, b. 

6 Ash st. place 
" Franklin, paper hanger, 14 Church, 

house 17 Hilliard 
" James W., papers, confectionery, 

etc., 22 . North av., h. 6 Orchard 
" Wm., janitor, Thorndike and Otis 

schools, h. 136 Thorndike 
" Wm. A. (Wm. A. Hunnewell &Co.), 

coal and wood, 84 Bridge, house at 

West Somerville 

HITNNJEWECI, WM. A. & CO,, 
(Wm. A. Hunnewell and David 
Proudfoot), coal and wood, Wy- 
man's wharf, 84 Bridge and (79 
State, B.) (seep. 3) 
Hunselmann Jos., carpenter, h. 64 Harvard 
Hunson Frank H., upholsterer, bds. 20 
Worcester [cester 

" George L., clerk (B.), bds. 20 Wor- 
" Lucinda A., widow of Henry, h. 20 
Worcester [lin 

" Stephen C, carpenter, h. 209 Frank- 
" Stephen C. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 209 

Franklin 

" W. H., roller maker, 368 Main 

Huntson Wm. H., shade maker, bds. 209 

Franklin North av. 

Hunt Benj. F. jr. (51 Hanover, B.),h. 113 

4 ' Catherine H., widow of Israel, h. 7 

Holyoke place 
" David, machinist, 502 Main 
" David, treas. Amer. Rubber Co., 
Potter and (59 Franklin, B.), h. 
308 Beacon, Boston 
" David W., machinist, h. 30 Sidney 
" Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.), 
book sellers and stationers, 575 
Main, h. 5 Clinton 



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F. Hunt), booksellers and station- 
ers, 575 Main 1 1 ee opp. I 
Elizabeth T , widow of Freeman, h. 

.".'_' Lancaster 
Ellen J. Miss, t- acher Snepard gram- 
mar school 
UNT FIIEEJffAIV, lawyer, 166 
Cambridge and (51 Hemenway 
bldg., 10 Tremont, 11.), h. 32 Lan- 
caster (see p. 504) 
" Lucius D., engineer (104 W. Brook- 
line, B.), h- 255 Broadway 
" Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 262 

Franklin 
" Norman, horse shoer, 135 Franklin, 

house 22 Watson 
" Rebecca T., widow, h. 7 Mellen 

HUNT SAMUEL F., undertaker, 
and janitor of High school, h. 32 
Bigelow (see opposite) 
" Wm., laborer, h. Harvey, c. Jackson 
" Wm. H. Mrs., house 67 Ellery 
" Wm. H., jr., traveling salesman, b. 
67 Ellery 

HUNTER ALEXANDER, pro 
duce, 560 Main, h. 5 Boyson pi. (see 

page 493) 
" Frank, furniture finisher, Otis, cor. 

First, h. at Chas'n 
" H. D., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" John A., rooms 1 State 
" Reuben T., agent 112 Charles, bds. 

at Somerville [27 Harvard 

11 Robert A., blacksmith, 92 Main, h. 
" Sarah, widow of John, h. r. 15 Hollis 
" Thomas L., iron moulder, (B.) house 

430 Main 
" Wm. H., engraver N. E. Glass Co. 

Works, bds. at Somerville 
Hunting Annie E., Avid, b. 11 Ellsworth av. 
" Charles H. L., crayon artist, house 27 

Jay [22 Wendell 

« ' C. Frank, clerk ( 105 Bedford, B. ) , h. 
" Sarah A. Mrs., bds., 66 Inman 
Huntington Alice Miss, artist, Palmer, cor. 

Brattle, bds. 25 Quincy 
" Herbert, helper Ivers &Pond, Albany 
" Herbert, tinsmith, bds. 58 Columbia 
" James, watches, etc., 9 Harvard row, 

h. 55 North avenue 
Huntress Edward T., h. 150 Prospect 

HUNTRESS JAMES E., (W. A. 
Greenough & Co.), compiler, printer 
and publisher, Cambridge City Di- 
rectory, 5 Harvard square, Cam- 
bridge, 575 Main, Cambridgeport, 
and (31 Milk, Boston) , h. 14 Green- 
ough avenue 
Huot Lugar, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 

44 Broadway 
Hurd Alfred D., clerk Riverside Press, h. 
at Boston 
" Amos D., house r. Palmer, n. Brattle 



Hurd Edward A., carriage-painter, 232 

North ave. h. rear 5 blnssel] 
" Elisba, feeder Camb. R. It. Co. stable 

liivcr. h. Bay, cor. Kinuaird 
■■ George II. Mrs., widow, house 112 

Magazine [Inman 

" George P.. student II. ('. boards 8 
" George \\\. boards 661 Main 
" James ]). (Houghton. Mifflin & 

and (II. (). Hougbton & Co. liiver- 

side Pi ess and (4 Park, P>.) house at 

Newtonville [h. do. 

" Mary A. Mrs., restaurant, 559 Main, 
" Theodore C, clerk of court-, and 

bail commissioner, Court House, 

Third, house 3 Inman 
Hurlbert Arthur W., driver Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, rooms at Charlestown 
" Charles K., driver Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, rooms at Charlestown 
" James H., driver Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, rooms at Charlestown 
Hurlbut Clara, widow of William P., house 

425 Broadway 
" Wm. S., dry-goods (20 Hanover, B.) 

bds. 425 Broadway 
Hurley Daniel, laborer, h. 11 Short 

" Daniel F., clerk, 34 Cambridge, bds. 

8 Lechmere place 
" Florence, clerk. 185 Bridge, bds. 10 

Third 
" Henry, laborer, bds. r. 43 Clark 
" James, blower N. E. Glass Works, 

bds. 8 Lechmere place 
" James, boards 10 Green 
" Jas., teamster, 169 Gore, h. 63 do. 
" Jeremiah, waiter (Tremont House, 

B.), house r. 146 Spring 
" John, laborer, bds. 71 Cambridge 
" John, mason tender, bds. 166 Main 
" John, teamster, 211 Bridge, house 

Warren 
" John T., painter, bds. r. 43 Clark 
" John Wm., laborer, bds. 6 Fourth 
" Maggie L., Miss, clerk, 79 Cambridge 

bds. 10 Third 
" Margaret, widow r of Florence, house 

8 Lechmere place 
" Mary, widow of Michael, boards 17 

Frank 
" Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 10 Green 
" Maurice, farmer, h. 194 Dublin 
" Michael, carpenter, h. r. 43 Clark 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 6 Fourth 
" Patrick, teamster, 17 East, boards 8 

Lechmere place 
" Thomas J., carpenter, 17 Main, house 

126 Spring 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 190 Dublin 
" Timothy, teamster, 233 Main 
" Wm., hostler, 15 Church 
" , rubber worker, bds. 12 Broad- 
way 



Builders' Hardware, 



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2 & 4 Central Sq. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 199 

EDGAR F. HTOTT & CO., 

BOOKSELLERS, 

FANCY GOODS, 

POCKET BOOKS, CUTLERY, 

School Books, Etc. 

575 Main St., Cambridgeporf. 

Circulating Library. 

SAMUEL F. HUNT, 

FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, 

32 Bigelow Street, Gambridgeport, 

VEL.EPIEOJYE 7150. 

GEORGE F. RICKER, 

Funeral and Fnriisnii Undertaker, 

Warerooms, 647 Main Street, Canibridgeport. 




Competent Persons in attendance Day and Night. 

H. W. TTOHEE & CO., 

Artistic Gas & Kerosene Fixtures, 

OUPLEX LAMPS, 

CHURCH METAL WORK. 

27 and 29 Bromfield Street, - - BOSTON. 

JT. If*. Turner. James JR. Knott. *V. If*. T. Knott. 



200 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

IF YOU ABE BUILDING OB RE-MODELING YOUB HOUSE 

Call and Bxamiue our 

ART DECORATIONS IN METAL 

DADOES, FRIEZES, PANELS 

For Fubniture and Mantels. 

Metal Mantel Facings, etc., en relief,— Copper, Brass or silver. 



Has-JReliefs, Original Designs, handsomely framed; 

Plaques, Medallions and Fancy Articles in metal for 

ART NOVELTIES, 

zfihstie picture iFiR^iMiiiisra-- 

PLINN &, CO., 

30 J Hawley Street, 59 West 14th Street, 

BOSTON* NEW YORK. 

ARTHUR M. FLLNN. CHESTER F. HARDON. 



No. 400 Harvard St., Cambridge. 

Photographic Portraiture NOTMAN, 



Of Every Description. 



Photographer, 



AQUARELLE VIGNETTES. 
MEZZOTINTS- 
TABLETS- STUDIO, 

e Z e b° l s s . No. 99 Boylston Street, 

MINIATURES FOR BROOCHES AND BOSTOX. 

LOCKETS. Opp. the Public Garden. 

J. W. BLACK & CO., 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS, 

333 Washington Street, opp. Milk, 

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Hurlihy Daniel, cooper, bds. 30 Warren 
• Jeremiah, express driver. Bancroft's 
Express, h. Somerville avenue, n. 
Porter's station 
" John, stone-cutter, foot Ayer's whf., 

Third, h. 30 Union 
" Timothy, lab., h. 30 Warren 
" see Herelihy. also Herlihy 
Hurrell Edwin J., mason and crockery, etc., 
489 Main, h. 31 Kinnaird 
" Nellie Miss, clerk, 480 Main, bds. 31 
Kinnaird 

HURST WILLIAM S., treas., 
Cambridge Coal Co., 168 Main, h. 25 
Ellery (see p. 20) 
Hurter William F., salesman (518 Wash- 
bds. 738 Main 
of Joshua, h. 134 Cam- 



ington, B.) 
Hussey Clara, wid. 

bridge 
" Eliza M. Miss, teacher Putnam Gram- 
mar School, bds. 342 Broadway 
" John A., piano regulator, 1G2 Broad- 
way, h. at Boston 
" John D., teamster, Otis. cor. First, h. 

134 Cambridge 
" Ruel W., painter, 660 Main, bds. 21 

Putnam ave. 
Huston Alfred, hostler, 0. P. R. Co.. 201 
Main, h. 32 Brewerv 
" Phoebe C, wid. of John, h. 46 Win- 

throp 
Hatchings George S., organ builder (Xorth 

Grove, cor. Cambridge, B.), h. 50 

Chestnut 
Hutchins Amy Miss, teacher (B.), boards 6 

White [ave. 

li Frank, salesman (B.), h. 24 Cogswell 
" Hiram, machinist, 20 Main, house 9 

Broadway 
" John M., teamster (03 Broad, B.), h. 

184 Cambridge 
" Nellie A. Miss, teacher, Shepard 

Grammar School, bds. 6 White 
" Oscar B., teacher (608 Washington, 

B.), h. 29 Norfolk 
" William, florist, White, cor. Somer- 
ville ave., h. 6 White 
" William E.. lawyer (63 Sears bldg. , 

BO, bds. 6 White 
Hutchinson Albert E., carpenter, 547 Main, 

h. 2 Douglass ct. 
" Catherine, Avidow, h. 10 Jay 
" Charles E., collar-maker, 10 Arrow, 

h. at Somerville 
; ' Charles W., casting-weigher, 02 

Main, h. 02 Winsor 
" Edward, metal worker, Otis, n. First, 

h. at Maiden 
" Edward E., book-keeper (84 Hawlev, 

B.), bds. 40 Cherry 
" George A., teamster, 220 Portland 
" Granville, carpenter, C. R.R. Co., h. 

14-8 Mt. Auburn [Fourth 

" Harry, hostler, 220 Portland, boards 



Hutchinson Hiram N. (Otis S. Brown & 
Co.), flour, etc., Ill Bridge, h. at 
Bedford [3 Hancock pi. 

" James, florist (103 Tremont, B.), b. 

" James B., janitor, Austin Hall. Law- 
rence Scientific Scliool and Holden 
Chapel, hi 20 Mason 

" James C, tinman, h. 22 Lopez 

" Johanna, widow, h. 13 Cherry 

" John J., carpenter, h. 42 Second 

" J. Fred, messenger, National Pevere 
Bank (100 Franklin, B.). boards 20 
Mason [Somerville 

" Joseph, machinist, 225 Bridge, h. at 

" Lizzie G. , teacher, Thorndike Gram- 
mar School, bds. 131 Otis 
• Marilla T. Mrs., h. 06 Tremont 

" Nathan, foreman of moulders. 162 
Broadwav, h. 40 Cherry 

' ' Rilla Mrs. , h. 06 Tremont 

" Peter J., letter-collector (P. O.. B.). 
h. 10 Essex 

" Thomas, carpenter, h. 131 Otis 
Hutchison N Hie I., principal teacher. 

Kindergarten School, h. 10 Jay 
Huxon Jacob, brass finisher (B.), house 80 

Spring 
Hweglman John, baker, bds. 160 Norfolk 
Hyatt Alpheus, prof, at Institute of Tech- 
nology (Berkelev, corner Bovlston. 
B.), h. 7 Avon 

" James, carpenter, h. r. 55 Franklin 
Hvde Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.). 
dry goods, etc., 600 Main, h. 736 
do. 

HYDE DANA W. & CO. (Dana 
W. Hyde) , dry goods, 4 Hyde's blk. . 
600 Main (see p. 481) 
" Geo. W., trav. salesman, h. 32 Mellen 
" Homer, h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Auburn 

place 
" Isaac, carpenter, h. 34 Mellen 
" John, lab. (B. & M. R. R., B.), h. 60 

North 
" John, mason's tender, h. 40 Vine 
" Katie Miss, press feeder, University 

Press, h. r. 30 Brattle 

" Lizzie M. Miss, dressmaker, h. r. 30 

Brattle [Main 

" Maria E., widow of Edward, h. 681 

" Michael, lab , 160 Gore, h. 8 Line- 

han's blk., Tenth 
" William, blacksmith. Palmer, near 
Church, h. Tremont 
Hyer William H., bookbinder. 418 Har- 
vard, h. 115 Western ave. 
Hyland Dennis, slater (142 Charles, B.). b. 
125 Spring [Third 

Hynes Stephen, laborer, h. 2 Ayer's block, 
'■ Thomas M., cabinet maker, house 14 
Upton 
Hyppoylite Joseph, mason, h. 41 Harvey 
Hyslop Robert, safemaker, 17 Main 



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[GO JAMES, laborer, C 
North a\ b. 
•' John, saloon 366 North ave., b 
[lsley ( lharles P. , h. 1 1 Summer 
Emery Thomas, gilder, bds. 32 Western av. 
[ndestructible Fuel and Kindler Co. (The), 
A. II. Hews, treas. and manager, 
Crescent ave. 
[ngalls Aaron, h. L3 Hev - 
" Charles W., livery Btable (Somer- 

ville). h. 204 Elm 
" Charlotte Mrs., physician, ">n River, 

h. do. 
• ; Edward B., intelligence office and 

variety, .59 River, h. do. 
•• Frank E., gents' furnishings (279 
Washington, B.), h. 9 Avon 

• Henry B., variety store and periodi- 

cals, 249£ Broadway, h. do. 
" John D., plumber and pump maker, 
187 Harvard, h. 107 Norfolk 

• .Tosiah H., music teacher and piano 

tuner, G03 Main. h. at Lexington 
" Newton S., ease maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 164 Putnam ave. 
" Ruth E., wid. of Joseph C, house 9 
Avon [bds. 24 Pearl 

" Wm. T., pump maker, 187 Harvard, 
Ingersoll Frederick C, coachman, 170 
Cambridge, bds. do. 
" Lewis, teamster, 220 Portland, bds. 
Seventh, cor. Cambridge 
Ingold Jacob laborer, C. H. North & Co. 
(Somerville), bds. 4 Buck's block, 
Seventh 
Ingols M. R. Miss, principal, Young Ladies' 
school, 17 Berkeley, b. 84 Kirkland 
Ingraham A. Estelle Miss, teacher, Shep- 
ard Grammar School, boards 281 
North ave. 
" Jane, widow of John, h. 20 South 
;i Tamesin B., widow of Lemuel, h. 164 
Brattle [Jordan pi. 

" Thomas R., teamster, 168 Main. h. 8 
Ingram Edwin, carpenter, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
Inman Square Hotel, James Barnes, prop., 

Inman sq. 
Innes Brunswick S-, ivory turner. 139 
Broadwav, h. Hotel Clark 

INSURANCE CO. OF THE 
STATE OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA, Joseph Whittemore, agt. , 
613 Main, over P. O., and (42 Con- 
gress, B.) (see advt. opp. his name) 
Ireland Angie L Miss, dressmaker, 652 
Main, h. do. [Austin 

;i George W., clerk, 473 Main, house 15 
'« Laura E. Mrs., dressmaker, 16 Aus- 
tin, h. do. 
" Oscar W., Jr., clerk, 473 Main, house 

119 Washington 
" Sheldon C, piano-hammer coverer, 
330 Main, h. 33 Front 



[reson Adeline M. Miss, teacher, Washing- 
ton Grammar School, i>. 13 Wallace 
Iron Nil-, safe-maker, 1 7 Main do. 

Iron- Sanmel, clerk, 175 Main, rooms \::,K 
Irvin Lucy, widow, li. 22 Charles River 
Irvine George W., cabinet-maker, 118 
Broadway, h. 2:;] North ave. 

" Henry 10., li. 5 Day [10 Laurel 

'• John E., printer, Riverside IV 
Irving Charles U. [Irving & Casson), Otis, 

cor. First, h. at ( 'helsea 
Edw. J., peddler, h. 102 Tremont 

" Frederick, washer. l".i« North ave.. h. 

42 Cogswell ave. 
" James, peddler, h. 104 Tremont 
" .lohn W., cabinet-maker, 14 Gore, h. 
at Charlestown 
Lucy, widow, h. 22 Charles River 
William, peddler, bds. 104 Tremont 
• Wiliiam, teamster, 162 Broadway, h. 

Bristol, n. Webster ave. 
'• Wm. J., baker, h. 58 Lake View ave. 
" & Casson (Charles R. Irving and Rob- 
ert Casson), interior finish and 
wood-mantel mnfrs., Otis, corner 
First, salesroom (28 Sudbury, B.) 
Irwin Christopher, driver, Chas. R. St. By. 
Co., bds. at Somerville 
" Frederick, carriage-maker, house 42 

Cogswell ave. 
" James W., upholsterer, 23 Brattle, b. 

Boylston 
" John, machinist, 92 Main [52 Elm 
" John H., driver, 120 Hampshire, bds. 
" Thomas H., upholsterer, h. 2 Vine 
" William, hostler, Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., bds. at Somerville 
" William, hostler, C. R.R. Co.. h. rear 
161 Hampshire 
Isaac James H., bookbinder, b. 22 Howard 
" John, laborer, 91 Broadway, house 19 
Harvard [22 Howard 

" John F\, rubber. 162 Broadway, bds. 
; - Thomas, tailor (49 Temple pi", B.). 
h. 22 Howard 
Isaacs Alfred S., hairdresser. 215 Broad- 
way, bds. 14 Elm 
'• Harry, cigar-maker (61 Hanover, B.), 

h. 54 Spring 
" Henry, cigar-maker, h. Ill Pleasant 
" James, book-binder, Riverside Press 
" John, cigar-maker, bds. Ill Pleasant 
Isaacson C. J., machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop. h. at Boston 
Isake Henry, watchmaker. 593 Main. h. at 

East Boston 
Isham Lock Co.. lock mnfrs.. 17 Main, Oli- 
ver E. Fillard, supt. 
Ivers F. & Son (Francis and Frank H. 
Ivers), carriage mnfrs.. 17fi North 
ave. 
" Francis (F. Ivers & Son), carriage 
mnfr., 176 North ave.. h. Mt. Ver- 
non, n. North ave. 



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Ivers Frank H. (F. Ivers & Son) , carriage 
mnfr. , 176 North av., h. 152 do. 

" Patrick, gardener, h. 6 Emmons pi. 

" Warren (Ivers & Tucker) , carriage 
mnfr., Church, opp. Palmer, house 
379 Harvard 

" Warren Mrs., millinery and worsteds 
446 Harvard, h. 379 Harvard 

" Wm. H., pres., Ivers & Pond Piano 
Co., 20 Albany, and (182 Tremont, 
B.), b. at Dedham 

" & Pond Piano Co., piano mnfrs., 286 
Main, 20 Albany, (and 182 Tremont 
B.), W. H. Ivers, pres., G. A. Gib- 
son, treas., Handel Pond, manager 

" & Tucker (Warren Ivers and Eben 

Tucker), carriage mnfrs., Church, 

opp. Palmer [Brighton 

Ivory John, bookbinder, 418 Harvard, b. at 

" Michael, liquors (Western av., B.), 
h. 2 Riverside place 

JACINTO MAXUEL. lab. Revere Sugar 

Refinery, house 90 Third 
Jack Robert, horse shoer, 9 Church, b. 44 

Boylston 
Jackman Edw. X., produce dealer, house 

10 Dover 
Jackson Anson H. , bookbinder. Riverside 

Press, house 17 Rockwell 
" Benj. D., hairdresser (State House. 

B.), h. 96 Putnam avenue 
" Chas. B., city laborer, h. r. 15 Amory 
" Chas. H, metal-pattern maker (So. 

Boston), h. 4 Union 
" C. Eoring. professor of Chemistry, 

BovlstonHall. H. U., b. Ho worthy 

Hall 
" Edw., waiter (Young's Hotel, B.), 

house 41 Hampshire 
" Elijah A., feeder, Camb. R. R. Co.. 

Baldwin-st stable, h. 45 Hastings 
" Emma Mrs., h. 38 Harvey [West 
" Enoch S., hairdresser, 25 River, h. 5 
" Gilman D.. fish (64 Anderson, B.), 

h. 58 Western aveuue 
" Harriet E. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 

96 Putnam av.. h. do. [Eighth 

" John (Custom House, B.), house 10 
" John A., brass finisher (B.), h. 181 

Harvard 
" John R., porter (Young's Hotel, B.), 

house 90 Washington 
" Lucy S., widow, h. 60 Magazine 
" Martha Mrs., h. 37 Hastings 
" Patrick T., Jr., cotton buyer (178 

Devonshire, B.), h. 17 Pollen 
" Richard, feeder, Camb. R. R. Co., 

North avenue stable, h. 38 Harvey 
" Wm., driver, U. S. Mail wagon, 44 

Bridge, b. at Boston 
11 Wm. H, waiter, h. 82 Harvard 
" Wm. T., real estate (187 Wash, B.). 

rms. rear 166 Cambridge 



Jacob Edward, machinist, h. 112 Harvard 

; Jacobs Abner, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, house 

69£ Mt. Auburn [h. do. 

" Bela F., attorney-at-law, 658 Main, 

' ; Betsey L., wid. of Franklin, h. 33 

Essex [Press, h. 3 Jay 

" Charlts C, book binder, Riverside 

" Eleanor, wid. of John, h. 25 Pleasant 

JACOBS JUSTIN A., city clerk, 
office City Hall, b. 149 Austin 
" Sarah S. Miss, member school com- 
mittee, h. 19 Pleasant 
" Wm. A., plumber, b. 12 Boylston 
Jacobsen Hagan, case maker, 20 Albany, 

house 225 Broadway 
Jacobson Andrew F. , carriage trimmer (245 
Charles, B.), h. 65 Columbia 
" Chas., piano finisher, 284 Main 
" Rudolph, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, bds. 
at Boston [h. at Maiden 

Jacobus John, at Amer. Rubber Co., Potter 
Jaeger Christopher, b. 4 Mullins court 
James Anna S. Miss. h. 2 Norfolk 

" Chas., grocer, 541 and 543 Main, h. 
44 Pearl [Village 

" Chas., porter (83 Wash., B.), h. 1 
" Cordelia E. Mrs., dressmaker 1 Vil- 
lage, house do. 
" Edward B. (E. B. James & Co.), 
lumber, foot East and (13 Kilby, B.) 
h. 88 Lake View avenue 
■' E. B. & Co. (Edward B. James), lum- 
ber, foot East and (13 Kilby, B.; 
' ; Henry, switchman C. R. R. Co., h. 53 
Mt.' Auburn [Brattle 

" Isabella, widow of Thos. P.. house 96 

JAJIES JOME,, plumber, 5 Brat- 
tle, house 65 Ellery (see line on front 
cover) 
" John W. Mrs., h. 8 Cogswell place 
" Joseph, conductor C. R. R. Co., h. at 

Arlington 
" Samuel, house 2 Norfolk 
•• Wm.. professor of Philosophy H. U. 
house 18 Garden 

JAUIES WJI. A., clerk and messen- 
ger, Nat. City Bank, oo'd Main. bds. 2 
Norfolk 
Jameson Edwin A. L.. bonnet and hat 
frames (20 Chauncy, B.). h. 4 Mt. 
Vernon 
" Jeremiah D., laborer, b. 4 Allston 
" J. B., house 11 Dana 
" Thos. E.. bonnet frame mnfr. (20 

Chauncy. B.). b. 4 Mt. Vernon 
•' Winthrop M.. student, Harvard Med- 
ical School, b. E. A. L. Jameson's, 
Mt. Vernon 
Jamison John P. (John P. Jamison & Co.), 
embossing machines, 2 Gordon pi., 
house 8 Florence 
" John P. & Co. (John P. Jamison), 
embossing machine mnfrs.. 2 Gor- 
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Janes John, action maker, 162 Broadway. 

h. 16 Howard 
Janifer Geo. Cornelius, watchman Baldwin 

street Btable C R. R. Co., house 22 
Charles River [Fourth 

Jannard Joseph, cabiuel maker, house 116 
Jaques Fred W . clerk Bay State Brick Co. 
house at Somerville 
" John T. (Jaques & Eustis), cahle 
mnfr. 26 Main, h. (13 Hancock, B.) 
" M. Jane Miss, h. 25 Church 
" Robert, blacksmith, b. 44 Boylston 
" Win., Bupfc Bay State Brick Co., r. 

124 Spruce, h. at Somerville 
" & Eustis (John T. Jaques and Her- 
bert H. Eustis), props. Faraday 
Electric Cable Works, 25 Main and 
(37 Wall, N. Y.)' 
Jarenski Alexander, at Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 194 Bridge 
Jarvais Joseph, saloon, 85 Dublin, h. do. 
Jarvis Amos B., book-binder, Riverside 
Press, h. 112 Auburn [Eighth 

Jaseph Chas. B., plumber, 169 Gore, h. 15 
Jayes Chas., butcher Jackso", h. Clifton, 
near Spruce 
" Damien, lab rer,h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Jeffers Richard K., carpenter, h. 72 Wright 
Jefferson James, sawyer 139 Broadway and 
fireman S. F. E. Co. 1, house 9 Eliot 
" John W., hostler, h. 15 Sparks 
" Margaret, widow of John, house rear 

18 Sparks 
" Nicholas, lab., bds. rear 18 Sparks 
" Taylor R., porter (N. Y. & N. E. R. 
R., B.), h. 19 Elmer 
Jegerstam John F. WV, engineer, house 81^ 

Putnam ave. 
Jellison Wm., steam fitter, h. 64 Hampshire 
Jelly Arthur, salesman (B.), b. 26 Sixth 
" Edw rd, cabinet maker, 384 Main, h. 

at Charlestown 
" Emeline Mrs., nurse, h. 26 Sixth 
Jenkins Abbie D. Mrs., h. 10 Prentiss pi. 
" Andrew C, hostler Camb. R. R. Co., 

stable 201 Main, h. 2 Deacon 
" Charles A. , book-keeper (370 Atlantic 

ave., B.), h. 10 Prentiss pi. 
" James, provisions, 5 Banks, h. do. 
" Peter laborer, h. 27 Washington 
" Robert B., clerk (63 Franklin, B.), 

bds. 17 Sidney 
" Thomas, teamster, 168 Main 
" Wm. H. H., waiter Memorial Hall, 
house 9 Baldwin court 
Jennard Mathios, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. 35 Vine 
Jenness Ann E. Miss, seamstress, h. 187 
Hampshire 
" Arthur W\, lather, bds. 36 Tremont 
" Austin T. (A. T. Jenness & Co.), 
express Riverside and University 
presses, h. 861 Main 



Jenness A. T. & Co. (Austin T. Je ness and 

Cheney Green), express Riverside 

and University Presses f;»4 Court 

sq. B.) 
" Catherine Mrs., h. 46 ilolwortliy 
" Chas. M., clerk (Somerville), b. 91 

Tremont 
" Frank, clerk, bds. 121 Main 
" Geo. L., lather, b. 26 Tremont 
" Louis P., lather, h. 42] Main. 
" Margaret J., widow of Win. II., h. 

17 Hamilton [Tremont 

" Margaret L., widow of John, house 91 
" Mary Miss, clerk, 587 Main, bds. 17 

Hamilton [b. 4 6 Ilolwortliy 

" Nathaniel, conductor Camb. R.R. Co. 
" Samuel W., lather, h. 36 Tremont 
Jennings Abbie G., widow of Dr. Joseph 

H., h. 40 Brookline 
" Charles B., mason, 35 Dunster 
" Charles H., clerk (22 Custom House 

St., B.), bds. 17 Maple ave. 
" Chas. T., driver, b. 54 Brookline 
" George F., painter, bds. 64 Prospect 
" Harry, cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
" Henry L. D., clerk D. W. Lwis, 

Harvard, h. 20 Elm 
" H. A. Miss, h. 64 Prospect 
" James, laborer John Reardon & Sons, 

h. 214 Pearl 
" John, kerosene oil, 60 Winter h. do. 
" John, Jr.. brick-layer, h. 60 Winter 
" Joseph J., book-keeper, b. 214 Pearl 
" Levi P., clerk (P. O., B.), b. 20 Elm 
" Mary E., teacher Boardman primary 

school, bds. 21 Antrim 
" Michael E., confectioner, 292 Broad- 
way, rooms 195 Cambridge 
11 Patrick, currier, house Clay, 2d from 

. Harvey 
" Stephen, merchant (22 Custom House 

B.), h. 17 Maple ave. 
" Thomas W., mason, h. 54 Brookline 
" Walter L., student H. U. , boards 17 

Maple ave. 
Jennison Frank A., grease collector, h. 61 

Cherry 
" James Mrs., widow, h. 467 Broadway 
Jenny Frederick, currier, bds. 41 Reed 
Jerauld Albert A., clerk, 162 Broadway, h. 

at Charlestown 
Jess Ezekiel L., boarding house, 391 Main 
Jesse Lottie R. Miss, dressmaker, and 

boarding-house, 391 Main, h. do. 
Jessop John J. , clerk (27 Tremont, B.), 

bds. 25 Bigelow 
11 Joseph H., confectioner (27 Tremont 

and 373 Washington, B.), house 25 

Bigelow [Pleasant pi. 

Jewell Ann, widow of Hosea, house 6 

" Charlotte E. Miss, teacher Tarbell 

primary school, bds. 6 Pleasant pi. 
" Elizabeth F., widow of Gould, h. 14 

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Jewell Frederick A., musician, h.18 Watson 
, '.* George, watchman, 139 Broadway, b. 
53 Cherry 
" Peter, hairdresser, h. 12 Bath 
" William K., lawyer (82 Devonshire, 

room 17, B ). h. 5 Inman 
" Wm. E., Jr., student, bds. 39 Inman 
Jewett Annie M., widow of George W., h. 
60 Buckingham 
" Clarence F., pres. Sectorial Reed 
Loom Co., 29 Main, h. at Brookline 
• *' Dexter, janitor Stoughton, Hollis and 
Holworthy halls, H. U., house 10 
Church 
41 Edwin H. , foreman of mold makers, 
N. E. Glass Works, North, house 
at Roxbury 
" Elverton S., collection clerk, Nation- 
al Exchange Bank (28 State. B.), 
h. 1 Hastings sq. 
• 4 Fred., wire-worker, b. 101 Henry 
Joel Samuel W., paintings, h. 5 Watson 
Johanson Aaron, cabinet-maker, 44 Camb. 

h. 470 do. 
. " Charles R., picture-frames. 8 Har- 
vard sq., h. 6 Plympton 
"■ G. August, mill hand, 44 Cambridge, 
h. 6 Lechmere bldg., Lechmere sq. 
." H., woodworker, 20 Albany 
" John, case-ma er, 162 Broadway, h. 

95 Norfolk 
*' Olaf, finisher, Second, cor. Thorn- 
dike, house 122£ Spring 
" Oscar, mason, h. Rogers blk. Brewery 
Johns William, peddler, h. 195 Spruce 
Johnson Adeline A., widow of William A., 
h. 22 Winsor 
" Albert, hostler Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., 

h. 28 Charles River 
" Alonzo 1«\, clerk (Post-office, B.), 

h. 143 Cambridge 
" Andrew, packer, A. H. Hews & Co., 

Crescent ave., h. do. 
" Andrew (Andrew Johnson & Co.), 
carriage-maker, 133 Main, house 44 
Broadway 
** Andrew & Co. (Andrew and Oscar 
A. Johnson), carriage builders, 133 
Main 
*' Ann E. Mrs., bds. 30 Charles River 
*' Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, 1 Norfolk 

ct. , bds. do. 
■* August J., engineer, St. Mary's 

church, h. 81 Elm 
" Benjamin M., clerk (14 Union, B.), 

bds. 32 Norfolk 
" Catherine Miss, brush maker (B.), h. 
124 Third [Norfolk 

" Catherine, widow of Hermon, bds 8 
M Charles, lab., bds. 81 Elm 
" Charles, moulder, 356 Main 
" Charles B., porter (1 High, B.), h. 36 
Antrim [67 Washington 

"• Charles B., porter (114 State, B.;, h. 



Johnson Charles C , clerk, 225 North ave., 
h. at Somerville 
" Charles E., brass moulder (81 Sud- 
bury, B.), bds. 20 Leighton ct. 
" Charles E., driver, C. R.R. Co., b. 13 

Frank 
" Charles F., provisions (43 Clinton, 

B.), h. 96 Magazine 
" Charles F., teamster, bds. 102 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Charles G., iron moulder, h. 8 Rog- 
ers' blk., Main 
" C. H., driver, Boston Ice Co., Prison 
Point, bds. at Charlestown 

' ' Charles H. , waiter, Memorial Hall, h. 
15 Elm 

" Daniel, bootmaker, American Rubber 
Co., bds. 303 Cambridge 

" Daniel A., provisions, 9 Lopez, h. do. 

" E., safe maker, 17 Main 

" Ellen, widow of Peter, h. 20 Leighton 
court [bds. at Boston 

" Eugene, carpenter, Third, cor. Bent, 

" Eunice S., widow of Henry F., h. 18 
Storv 

" Francis H., fish (114 Faneuil Hall 
Market, B.), h. 14 Dana 

" Francis H., salesman (169 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 15 Centre 

" Frank, bds. 14 Dana 

" Frank A., driver, Boston Ice Co., 
Prison Point, h. r. 63 Spring 

' ' Franklin Rev. , pastor, Old Cambridge 
Baptist Society, rooms 60 Brattle 

" Fr?d. , wood moulder, 162 Broadway, 
bds. 1 Boardman pi. 

" George F., brass moulder (B.), house 
191 Norfolk 

" George F., grocer, 246 Broadway, b. 
86 Moore 

" George P., paymaster, F. R. R. 
(Causeway, B.), h. 30 Harris 

" George R., lab., h. 8d Harvard 

" Gustav, pattern maker (B. & A. R.R., 
AUston), h. 40 Putnam ave.. 

" Henry (Johnson & Doane), bottler, 27 
Green, h. 16 Park 

" Henry C, painter, rooms 589£ Main 

" Herman A. Mrs., h. 8 Norfolk 

" James, frame maker, 139 Broadway, 
h. 218 do. 

" James, lab., h. 29 Cambridge [Frost 

" James F., carriage maker (B.), h. 57 

" Jane, wid., h. 61 Washington 

" John, carpenter, h. 102 Webster ave. 

" John, hackman, bds. 7 Sparks 

" John, night watchman, h. 128 Pearl 

" John, safe maker, 17 Main, house 23 
Brewery [Moore 

" John, 2d, safe maker, 17 Main, h. 5 

" John G., clerk (Union, corner Black- 
stone, B.), bds. 20 Leighton ct. 

" John M., brush maker (Commercial, 
B.), bds. 10 Sixth 



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Johnson John T., lab., bds., 8 Davis 

" John W. H., vocalist, bds. 86 Harvard 

" Joseph, helper, bds. 20 Leighton ct. 

11 Joseph, variety store, 113 Columbia, 
h. do. 

" Joseph W., teamster, 162 Broadway, 
h. 1 Boardman pi. 

" Lawrence, h. 44 Clark 

" Lawrence Henry, clerk, 217 Broad- 
way, bds. 44 Clark [Gerry 

" Lewis, clerk (43 Clinton, B.)" h. 11 

•' Lucius A., driver, C. R.R. Co., h. 11 
Frank 

" Margaret, wid. of William, h. 10 Sixth 

44 Margaret Miss, brushmaker, (B.). h. 
124 Third 

" Marshall, fish (14 Union, B.), h. 32 
Norfolk [303 Cambridge 

" Mary, wid., at Amer. Rubber Co., h. 

" Mary, widow of Thomas H., house 25 
Cedar [Wallace 

44 Mary J., wid. of Henry H., house 23 

" Mary U., widow of W. O., h. 17 Kirk- 
land 

44 Matthew, jobber, h. 5 Eaton 

44 Olaf, brass finisher (48 Portland, B.), 
h. r. 172 Columbia 

" Oscar A. (Andrew Johnson & Co.), 
carriage builder, 133 Main, bds. 44 
Broadway [66 Boylston 

" Percival, waiter, Memorial Hall, bds. 

" Peter, bookbinder, h. 24 Baldwin 

44 Peter, cabinet maker, h. 6 Rogers' 
brick blk. , Main 

" Peter, moulder, 356 Main, b. 347 do. 

44 Peter S., core maker (81 Sudbury, 
B.), bds. 20 Leighton ct. [vard 

44 Reuben, clothes cleaner, h. 80 Har- 

" Richard I., peddler, h. 132 Prospect 

11 Robert A., coal and wood, 6 Western 
ave., h. at Allston 

*' Samuel, coachman, h. 15 Centre 

" Scipio, clerk, 6 Western avenue, b. 
at Allston 

" Solomon, lab., h. 22 Charles River 

" Theresa, widow, dressmaker, 1 But- 
ler's court, boards do. 

" Theodore H., lab., 5 Broadway, h. 
r. 57 Harvard 

44 Thomas R. . accountant (79 Summer, 
B.), house 44 William 

" William, brakeman B. & L. R. R., 
boards 83 Bridge 

" Wm., lab., house 212 Columbia 
• " William Mrs., house 10 Sixth 

" Wm. R., foreman Camb. R.R. Co., 
bds. 686 Main 

" Wm. T., clerk, 655 Main, house 8 
Fairmont avenue 

11 Wm., clerk, 655 Main, h. 242 Harvard 

*' Wm. jr., brushmaker (High, corner 
Purchase, B.), bds. 10 Sixth 

" Wm. F., box nailer, 3 Hampshire, b. 
4 Boardman place 



Johnson Wm. H., clerk (60 Purchase, B). t 
rooms 51 Sixth 
" Wm. H., driver Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

5 Frank 

" & Doane (Henry Johnson and Henry 

S. Doane), bottlers, 27 Green 

Johnston Agnes, widow, h. 107 Spring 

44 Andrew McN., carpenter, h. 4 Winsor 

" August, cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge 

house 68 Winter 
44 Charles, net maker Am. Net & Twine 

Co., bds. 84 Cambridge 
" Wm., brick layer, h. 140 Pleasant 
" Wm., harness maker, 163 Cambridge 

bds. do. 
11 Wilimina S., fancy goods, 140 Pleas- 
ant, house do. 
Johnstone Annie, wid. of Geo. S., h. Clark 
Johnquest Charles H., dental student, 905 

Main, bds. at Somerville 
Johonnot Ira E., salesman Hosmer, Cramp- 
ton & Hammond, Prison Point, h. 
at Waltham 
Joll Geo. M., hairdresser, l£ Brattle, house 

55 Ellery 
Jollymore Geo., butcher C. H. North & Co. 
(Somerville), rooms 14 Squire's ct. 
' ' Wm. , butcher, 169 Gore, h. 33 Charles 
Jonah Leonard, carpenter, h. 70 Spring 
Jones Abbie F., widow of Chas. B., house 
106 Auburn 
" Addison A., lab., h. r. 44 Wash. 
" Albert, carriage painter, 27U North 

av., bds. at Somerville 
" Albert V., janitor (246 Wash., B.) h. 

33 Hastings 
" Allison, waiter, h. 7 Webster av. 
" Allison A., lab., b. 7 Webster av. 
•' Amos, police station 3, house 71 

Thorndike 
" Andrew, house 31 Second 
" Andrew J., carriage builder, Church, 

cor. Palmer, bds. 11 Garden 

" Ann M., teacher Gannet school 

" Anna E., widow of Wm. R., bds. 303 

Harvard [134 do 

" Arthur, teamster, 220 Portland, bds. 

"TONES ARTHUR E., lawyer (60 



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Devonshire, B.), bds. 21 Kirkland 
(see p. 504) 

Austin K. , janitor University, Har- 
vard, Seaver and Appleton Halls EL 
U. , h. 465 Broadway 

Carrie R. , widow of Wm. F., house 
84 Washington 

Charles, carpenter, h. 13 Andrew 

Charles E., salesman (450 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 22 Tremont 

Charles E. (McMurray & Jones), 
wheelwright, Third, cor. Potter, h.. 
1 Seckle 

Charles L. Mrs., h. 299 Harvard 

Charles R., steam fitter, h. 12 Union 



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Jones Charles W. (95 Milk, room 28, B.), 
house 285 Harvard 
44 Charles Wesley, cabinet maker 

(Chas'n), house 34 Fifth 
44 C. L., salesman, 502 Main 
44 C. L. & Co. (Henry E. and Frank H. 

Jones), soap and candle mnfrs., 
172 Pearl and (30 Broad B.) 
" Daniel, boot maker, Amer. Rubber 

Co., rooms 1 Hampshire 
44 Daniel, whitewasher and carpet beat- 
er, house 31 Hastings 
" David A., lab., h. 6 Flagg-st. court 
44 David G., pressman Riverside Press, 

bds. 102 Putnam avenue 
" Edmond F., waiter (7 City Hall ave., 

B.), house 7 West 
" Edward, mason, h. 12 Hastings 
44 Edward W. S., stationery (282 Wash- 
ington, B.), bds. 104 Prospect 
44 Elias F., driver Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

227 Harvard 
44 Elizabeth, wid. of John, h. 28 William 
44 Elizabeth, widow of William, housa 

6 Dinsmore court 
44 Erastus, coal and wood (B.), house 

56 Washington 
" Ernest, bds. 227 Harvard 
44 E. , lithographer Riverside Press 
" E. F., driver Camb. R. Co. 
44 Frances R. Mrs., h. 299 Harvard 
44 Frank, student H. IT., rms. 16 Win- 

throp 
44 Frank H. (C. L. Jones & Co.). soap 

mnfr., 172 Pearl and (30 Broad, 

B.), house 46 Lee 
44 Frank R., fireman Riverside Press, 

house 15 Hews 
44 Frederick C, clerk Cambridge Gas 

Light Co., 424 Harvard, b. 5 Cres- 
cent 
44 Frederick W., engineer, house 115 

Pleasant 
44 George A., clerk, b. 10 Acacia 
" Geo. F., clerk (216 State, B.), house 

25 Lancaster 
44 George W., stereotyper (4 Williams 

court, B.), h. 63 Pleasant 
41 Geo. W., physician, 117Inman, h. do 
44 George W., teas and coffees, house 

76 Fairmont 
44 Gerard, box maker, 169 Gore, boards 

41 Fourth 
44 Gerard M., mariner, h. 41 Fourth 
44 Harry G., carpenter, h. 98 Norfolk 
44 Henry, lab. (9 City Hall av., B.), h. 

36 Union 
44 Henry, waiter, house 36 Brewery 
44 Henry C, policeman station 2, house 

131 Oreen 
44 Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap 

and candle mnfr., 172 Pearl, and 

(30 Broad, B.), house 276 Harvard 



Jones Henry J., slater (142 Charles, B.), 
bds. 4 Chestnut Park 
44 Henry L., hairdresser, 27 Fifth, h. do 
4 - Henry W. , bds. 276 Harvard 
44 Herbert L., trav. salesman, house 

260 Sidney 
" Jas., cabinet maker, h. 179 Norfolk 
44 James Mrs., house 10 Watson 
44 John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house 6 

Tufts 
44 John, cigar maker, h. 3 Rogers' blk. , 

Washington 
44 John, painter, h. 7l£ Western av. 
" John, watchman, Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth, h. at Boston 
44 John B., collar cutter, 10 Arrow, h. 

at Somerville 
" John H., trav. salesman, rooms 86 

Cambridge 
" John L. , compositor, Riverside Press, 

house 102 Putnam av. 
:t John L., jr. , compositor, University 

Press, h. 650 Main 
" Joseph G. , clerk (24 Broad, B.), h. 

9 Wendell 
" Leonard S., h. 21 Kirkland 
" Leonard W., jr., clerk, Sortwell's 
distillery, h. at Chas'n [Green 

" Lucy A., widow of Alphonso, h. 131 
" Mary T. P. Miss, music teacher, 60 

Cambridge, h. do. 

; ' Maggie E., widow of George, h. 10 

Acacia [li. do. 

" Mark A., "ruggist, 60 Cambridge, 

44 Martha R. Miss, confectionery, 1 

Harvard square, h. 5 Story 
;i Miles L., book binder, Riverside 

Bindery, h. 26 Jay 
44 N. Manson, book-keeper (77 Oliver. 

B.). bds. 303 Harvard 
" Peter, hostler, Chas. R. St. Rv. Co. 
" Samuel G., carpenter, b. 98 Norfolk 
44 Sarah A. Mrs., h. 4 Percy place 
44 Sarah E. Mrs., h. 11 Hastings 
44 Thomas, collar cutter, 10 Arrow 
44 Thomas, C. , boot maker, Am. Rub. 

Co. , rms. rear 49 Clark 
44 Thomas W., electrotype finisher, b. 

30 Winthrop 
44 Walter, engineer, 74 Boylston, rms. 

54 do. 
44 Wm., foreman, Union Glass Co., 

(Somerville), h. 171 Cambridge 
44 Wm. Gordon, prop. The Shirley 
(Ocean Spray, Revere), h. Lake 
View av., n. Brattle 
44 Wm. H. , hairdresser (B.), house 63 

Harvard 
44 Wm. L., book binder, Riverside 
Press, bds. 102 Putnam av. 
Jordan Anastasia, wid. of John J., dress- 
maker, 12 Boylston 
44 Arthur L. , supt. post-office, 150 
North av., bds. Porter's Hotel 



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Jordan Charlea W., piano tuner, L03 Broad- 
way, h. at Maiden 
" Fred W., gold beater (Hawley, BL), 
IxIh. 75 Green [Otis 

11 Henry C, lierdic driver (15 .), b. 145 
11 Henry W., bds. 38 Fourth 
" Herbert It.. Boston and Cambridge 
Clothing Co., 650 Main, b. 7 Prince 
Joseph W., cement maker, 1 All>any, 
house 76 Green 
" Lucy, widow of .James L., h. 25 Krie 
" Noah W., actuary American Loan 
and Trust Co. (55 Congress, 15. ), 
house 5 Centre 
" Philip, hoot maker, Araer. Rubber 

Co., Totter 
" Wallace F., wood worker, house 32 
Cogswell avenue 
Joscelyn Geo., harness maker (115 Court, 

15.), h. 8 Rogers' brick blk., Main 
Jose Edwin H., lawyer, 583 Main, rooms 

99 Austin 
Joseph David, cigar maker, b. 41 Somerset 
" Emanuel, laborer, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 7 Fourth 
*' Emanuel, organ pipe maker, 101 

Gore, h. 29 do. 
" Isaac (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 

455 Main, h. 10 Holly place 
' ; I. & J. (Isaac and John Joseph), 

fruit, etc., 455 Main 
; ' John (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 

455 Main, h. at Maiden 
" Louis, canvasser, bds. 41 Somerset 
" Myer, piano action maker, bds. 41 
Somerset [ton 

Joslyn Peter, molder, 356 Main, h. at Bos- 
Josselyn Aaron Rev., watchmaker, 62 Cam- 
bridge, h. 147 do. 
" Annie B. Miss, teacher, Putnam 
grammar school, b. 147 Cambridge 
" Charles M., overseer, Amer. Rubber 

Co., h. 50 Cherry 
" Francis, inspector (Custom House, 

296 State, B.) h. 4 Mead 
" see Joscelyn, also Joslyn 
Jost Otto R., watch maker, h. 21 Florence, 

corner Pleasant 
Jouett Edward H., clerk, 225 North av., b. 
5 Pemberton 
" Isaac W., grocer (680 & 692 Wash., 
3 Bowdoin sq., and 8 Faneuil Hall 
sq., B.), h. Walnut av., c. Arlington 
" Mark R. (M. R. Jouett & Co.), gro- 
cer, 225 North av., h. 37 Chester 
" M. R. & Co. (Mark R. Jouett), gro- 
cers, 225 North av., cor. Walden 
Joy Alden B., carpenter, 225 Bridge, h. at 
Somerville 
11 Edward, hostler, 44 White, h. do. 
" Frances C. Mrs., bds. 33 Tremont 
" Isaac (Joy & Luther), carpenter, 
River, junc. Western av., bds. 112 
Auburn 



.Joy Isaac, net maker (B.) bds. 10 Leigh- 
ton court [Comb. 

" James, cooper. 220 Portland, h. 88114 

" .John, cooper, h. 3914 Cambridge 
11 & Luther (Isaac Joy ami Thomai II. 
Luther i, carpenters, Kiver, junc. 

Western ave. 
Joyce Edmund 15., painter (15;. house 169 
Norfolk 
" Edward, policeman, station 5, Iioum: 

10 Flrgg st. court 
" Edward, laborer, A. Hews & Co., 

Crescent av.. h. opp. do. 
" Edward, laborer, h. 50 Cedar 
" James J., glazier, h. 19 Harvard 
" Maurice, laborer, h. 43 Hanks 
" Wm., potter, A. II. Hews & Co., 
Crescent av., h. Emerson block, 
near do. 
Judge James, boot treer (15.;. b. 14 East 
Judkins Eliza M. Miss, artist, h. 20 Dunster 
Juhlmann Louis, wood molder (15.), h. 202 

Bridge, No. 3 
Julianus John L., brass moulder (33 Haw- 
kins, B.), h. 26 Union 

KAHL G. G., conductor, Camb. R. R. Co., 

b. 35 Western avenue 
Kahlmever Augusta, widow of Henry, h. 
97 Sixth 
" Frank L., clerk (10 P. O. square, 

B.), boards 97 Sixth 

" John, clerk ;518 Wash.. 15.), boards 

97 Sixth [b. 97 Sixth 

" Louis W.. salesman (137 Eliot, B.), 

Kaine Francis X., clerk (19 Boylston, B.), 

house 33 Bond 
Kalberg Lauritz D., furniture, 115 Camb., 
house 77 Spring [77 Spring 

" Valdemar O. L., clerk, 115 Camb., b. 
Kale Wm., lather, b. 15 Farwell place 
Kaleidoscope, Burt Arnold, editor and pro- 
prietor, 642 Main [azine 
Kalloch Fred L., machinist, h. 128 Mag- 
Kanaly Morris E. (Kanaly & Nesdell) , con- 
fectioner, 206 Hampshire, house at 
Somerville 
" & Nesdell (M. E. Kanaly and Frank 
F. Nesdell), confectionery mnfrs., 
206 Hampshire 
Kane Bridget, widow of Wm., h. 34 Porter 
" Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 198 
Hampshire [Fifth 
" Ellen Miss, clerk, 195 Camb., b. 77 
il Frank S., printer, 454 Main, boards 

4 Lincoln 
" Henry, li. 84 Spring 
" Henry, lab., 19 Frank, b. 1 Dudley 
" James, laborer, b. 84 Spring 
" John, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 7 Ninth 
11 John, teamster, 12 Camb., h. 14 Vine 
" John H., bookbinder, Riverside Press 

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Kane Martin, hack driver, 120 Green, b. 
176 do. 
" Mary, saleswoman (B.), house 39 
" Matthew, iron moulder, 356 Main 

Tremont [Foster place 

" Patrick, porter, 30 Boylston, h. 5 
" Robert F., foreman, packing room, 

153 Putnam av., h. 10 Hayes ct. 
" Rosannah Mrs., h. 4 Lincoln 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 3 Jefferson 
" Timothy, baker, h. 3 Mardock 
" Wm., laborer, h. 3 Jefferson 
" see Kaine, also Cain 
Karcher Elizabeth J. Miss, teacher, Board- 
man primary school, b. 87 Pleasant 
" Josephine E. Miss, teacher, Webster 

grammar school, b. 85 Pleasant 
" Philip J. (43 Temple place, B.), h. 

85 Pleasant 
*' Rosina C. Miss, teacher, Agassiz 
school, boards 85 Pleasant 
Karns Wm., horse shoer, 9 Church, house 

78 Boylston 
Kathan Gaius L., teamster (152 North, B.) 

house 16 Allen 
Kaufmann Emil E., brush maker, 124 

Harvard, house at Boston 
Kaulback Joshua, carpenter, b. 30 Sidney 
Kavanaugh Bridget Mrs. , h. 135 Portland 
Kay James, hostler, 198 North avenue, h. 
194 do. 
" James, lab., 169 Gore, h. 110 Spring 
" Mary Mrs., laundress, b. r. 55 Frank- 
lin [North avenue 
" Sarah, widow of John, boards 194 
Keane Richard, engineer, 682 Main, house 
433 do. 
" Timothy, baker, h. 3 Murdoek 
" Timothy, clerk, 502 Main 
Keaney James M., police, station 3, house 
169 Winsor 
" Kate, widow of James, h. 169 Winsor 
Kear John, teamster, 84 Bridge, house 171 

Winsor 
Kearn Cornelius, soap maker, 172 Pearl 
" John, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 
M John, Jr. , currier, Dudley, boards 6 
Jackson 
Kearney Honora Mrs., h. 42 Jefferson 
" Julia A., widow of Wm., house 16 

Portland 
*' Thos., gardener at William J. Dins- 
more's, 273 North av., b. do. 
Kearns Elizabeth Miss, b. 161 Green 
" Martin, farmer, h. 25 Harvey 
*' Michael, blacksmith, Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. 35 Reed 
" Wm. J., blacksmith, h. r. 80 Boylston 
Keating David F., furniture finisher (B.) 
b. 28 Spring 
" Edward, foreman, Farrell & Nagle, 

boards 17 Frank 
■* John, blacksmith, h. 18 Hunting 
" John, cooper, 138 Gore, h. 58 Charles 



Keating Mary, widow of Patrick, b. 7 Dyke 

" Michael, painter, Camb. R. R. Co., 
Dunster, h. 7 Shepherd's block, 
Charles River 

" Patrick, driver, 195 Broadway, bds. 
193 do. 

" Thomas, h. 17 Frank 
Keatley Samuel, teamster, h. 119 Harvard 
Keay Erburn S., farmer, house Walden, 
near Raymond 

" Fred E., clerk (24 Commerce, B), 
boards Walden, n. Raymond 

" Horace R. , surveyor, 623 Main, bds. 
Walden, n. Raymond 

" Sarah, widow, b. 118 Thorndike 
Kee Geo., carpenter, h. 13 Hews 
Keefe Andrew J, brush maker, 124 Har- 
vard, b. 34 North 

" Daniel Mrs., h. 58 Spruce 

" Dennis, wood turner, Woodbury bldg. 
Otis, rooms 128 Bridge 

" Dennis F., bottler, h. 6 King pi. 

" James, laborer, h. 39 Banks 

" James H., laborer, bds. 54£ Bolton 

" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 1 Broadway 

" John (Kircnher & Keefe), bottler, 428 
Camb., h. 6 King pi. 

" John, laborer, 166 River, house 211 
Franklin 

" Kate Mrs., h. 6 King pi. 

" Lizzie M. Miss, bds. 697 Main 

*' Margaret, widow of James, house 66 
Hastings 

'* Mary, widow of James, h. 54£ Bolton 

" Margaret Miss, dress maker, bds. 52 
Mt. Auburn 

" Patrick, currier, Miiller Bros., house 
Spruce, cor. Sargent 

" Patrick, cabinet maker. State corner 
Osborn, h. 66 Hastings 

" Timothy, carpenter, 113 Broadway, 
h. 192 Harvard 

" Timothy, h. 49 Reed 

" Wm. M., milkman (B.) h. 7 Reed 

" see O'Keefe 
Keegan, Bernard, cook (B.) h. 28 Brewery 

" James T. , action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. 28 Brewery 

" Julia Miss, bread-store, 29 Webster 
ave., h. do. 

" Louisa B., Miss, clerk, 502 Main, b. 
29 Webster ave. 

" Mary, widow, h. 117 Tremont 

" Owen, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 117 
Tremont 

44 Philip, laborer, 184 Broadway, bds. 
117 Tremont 
Keeland, Leander W., laborer, 336 Main, 

h. r. 57 Harvard 
Keeler Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, b. 421 Broad- 
way 

" Charles W., book-keeper, Riverside 
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ture (88 Waah., B.)i h, 19 Bow- 

doin 
•' George A. (Keeler & Co.), furniture 

(83 Wash., B.)i b. ID Bowdoin 
" George 8., carpenter, Am. Net and 

Twine Co. foot Second, house 91 
Thorndike 

" Louise A. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, h. 1)1 Thorndike 
Keeley Patrick, J., stone-mason, Inls. 45 

Harding 
Keely Joseph, gardener, 90 Brattle, h. 

11 Maynard pi. 
" Patrick, stone mason, h. 45 Harding 
Keen Alden T., physician and notary pub- 
lic, h. 23 North avenue 
" Jarvis B., clerk, (B.) b. 2G North av. 
" Simon P., waiter, Memorial Hall, h. 

9 Cowperthwaite 
Keenan Bernard, laborer, b. r. 123 Third 
" Daniel, lab. 1G9 Gore, h. 6 Fifth 
" James, carriage washer, 120 Green, 

h. Magee, n. Howard 
" James H., carpenter, Rhoades bldg. 

State, and 65 Sacramento, h. 65 do. 
" Johanna, widow of Michael J., laun- 
dress, h. 19 Cowperthwaite 
" John, lab., b. Patrick Keenan's, New 
" John, porter, Vine, bds. 3 do. 
" John, Jr., clerk, b. 113 Third 
" John J., foreman (51 Elm, B.), h. 3 

Green [nan's, New 

" Lawrence, laborer, bds. Patrick Kee- 
11 Margaret Miss, clerk, 247 Cambridge 

bds. 33 Carson 
" Martin, stone driller, foot Ayer's 

wharf, Third, h. r. 123 Third 
" Martin, jr.. laborer, bds. r. 123 Third 
" Michael A., carpenter, house 101 Tre- 

mont [mento 

" Michael F., carpenter, h. 71 Sacra- 
" Patrick, lab., h. New, first on left 

from Concord ave. 
" Patrick, jr., laborer, boards Patrick 

Keenan's, New 
" Thomas, granite driller, foot Ayer's 

wharf, Third, h. 123 Third 
" Thomas F., cutter N. E. Glass 

Works, North 
Keene Richard, caterer (Crawford House, 

B.) rooms, 2 Grotto pi. 
Keener Wm. A., assistant professor of law. 

H. U., h. 71 North ave. 
Keeney James, lab., h. 169 Winsor 
Kehew Geo. L. Jr., shipper (4 Alden, B.), 

h. 104 Inman 
Kehoe Roger, driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 

" see Keough 
Keith Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, b. 852 Main 
" Charles P., broom mnfr., rear 416 

Main, and 27 State, and groceries 

114 Magazine, h. do. 



Keith David, laborer, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. l ",:', Cashing 
.Joseph W., box maker, 16'.» Gore, h. 

41 Vine 
Wm. II. (Keith & Co. ) 191 North av. 

house do. 
" & Co. (Win. II. Keith;, provisions, 

19 1 North ave. 
Keliher Cornelius J., crockerv. 132 Camb. 

h. do. 
Kelleher Bartholomew, grocer, 408 Camb., 

and liquors, 394 Camb., house 109 

Winsor 
" Bridget, wid. of Michael, h. 22 Spring 
" Cornelius, at 126 Portlan I. h. Roll- 
ing mill block, Bristol 
" Daniel, farmer, bds. 41 Rice [do. 
" Daniel, hostler, 198 North av. rooms 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 22 Warren 
11 Dennis, clerk, 408 Camb., bds. 109 

Winsor 
" Dennis, laborer, C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 192 Norfolk 
" Dennis Mrs., h. 159£ Franklin 
" Ellen, widow of Wm., h. 11 Sargent 
" Hugh, plumber, 5 Brattle, boards 269 

Mt. Auburn 
" James, city laborer, h. 71 Elm 
" James, currier, Dudley, h. 36 Reed 
" Jeremiah, hostler, 198 North avenue, 

rooms do. 
" Jeremiah D., switchman, B. & L. R. 

R., house 65 Spring 
" John B., clerk, (663 Washington, B.) 

bds 159 Franklin 
" John A., salesman (B.), bds. 41 Rice 
" Margaret, widow, h. 13 Third 
" Michael J., cabinet maker, boards 22 

Spring 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 41 Rice 
" Patrick F., boards 41 Rice 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 47 Jefferson 
" see Keliher 
Kellenberger Andrew, orgaj varnisher 162 

Broadway, h. 155 Otis 
" Andrew A., driver Chas. R. St. R'y 

Co., h. at Somerville 

KELLENBERGERGEOBGE, 
provisions 110 Cambridge, bds. 155 
Otis (see p. 487) 
" William, clerk 110 Camb. b. 155 Otis 
Kelley Albert F. (A. F. Kelley & Co.), dry 
goods 625 Main, h. 40 Austin 
" Albert L., printer (262 Wash , B.), 
house 21 Harrison 

KELLEY ALEXANDER P., 
soda and mineral water mnfr. (30 
Canal, B.), h. 25 Essex (seep. 498) 
" Alice M. Miss, b. 10 Clinton 
" Annie, widow of Bernard, house 22 
Hudson place 

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and Hiram H. Kelley), dry goods 
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Kelley Bernard, scenic painter(Globe Thea- 
tre B.), hoards 71 Third 
"^Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 

54 Amory 
*•? Charles, painter, h. 3 Seventh 
" Charles, switchman (B. & M. R. R.) 

house 2 Lechmere building, Lech- 
mere square 
41 Charles, switchman (B. & M. R. R.) 

house rear 6 Gore 
44 Charles J., tinsmith, b. 164 Norfolk 
44 Daniel, glass maker Uuion Glass Co. 

(Somerville), h. 149 Elm 
44 Daniel F., tinsmith (B.), b. 71 Third 
*.' Dennis 174 Broadway, b. 64 Vine 
44 Dollie Mrs., widow, b. 100 Austin 
44 D., hose maker 31 Hampshire 
41 Edward, furniture varnisher Otis cor. 

First, b. 113 Fourth 
*' Edward, laborer Woodbury bldg., 

Otis, h. 13 Valentine 
44 Edward, laborer, h. 59 Brookline 
44 Edward, laborer, h. 26 Dudley 
44 Edward, painter (West Dedham, B.) 

boards 117 Spring 
44 Ellen, widow, h. 145 Elm 
" Eugene, tinsmith 385 Camb., boards 

71 Third 
44 E. F., safe maker 17 Main [man 

44 Francis, trav. salesman, h. 7 Board- 
44 Frank H., conductor Chas. R. St. R'y 

Co., b. at Somerville 
44 Frank It., foreman of finishers, Otis 

corner First 
44 George O., machinist, b. 2 Sceva pi. 
44 George W., currier, h. 656 Main 
44 Grace, widow of John, b. 41 Flagg 
44 Hiram H. (A. F. Kelley & Co.), dry 

goods 625 Main, h. at Braintree 
44 Honora, widow of Dennis, house 159 

Franklin 
44 Isabella, widow, h. 106 Fourth 
14 James, carpenter, h. Tuttle, near 

corner Wyeth 
44 James, laborer, b. 81 Elm 
44 James, marble cutter (B.), h. 305 

Cambridge 
44 Jamei«, teamster (165 Devonshire, B.) 

house 68 Otis 
44 James, teamster (B.), Woven Hose 

Co., b. Patrick Kelley's, Bristol 
44 James H., watchmaker (24 Bedford, 

B.), h. 402 Main 
44 James M., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 11^ Norfolk 
* 4 James P., foreman dry press room 

(3 J Arch, B.), h. 26 Eighth 
44 John, barber's apprentice 38 Third 
44 John, blacksmith city stables, house 

196 Norfolk [Salem 

44 John, boiler maker 92 Main, h. 13 
44 John, carpenter, b. 58 Howard 
44 John, fireman 162 Broadway, h. 1 

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Kelley John, laborer 502 Main, h.Cushing ct. 
John, laborer, b. 63 Hampshire 
John, laborer, h. 64 Auburn pi. 
John, machinist 92 Main, boards 5 

Foster place 
John, safe maker 17 Main 
John, soap maker, h. 352 Broadway 
J., teamster, 31 Hampshire 
John A., calenderer Amer. Rubber 

Co.", h. 71 Third 
John B., clerk (663 Wash., B.), 

boards 159 Franklin 
John D., painter (187 Hanover, B.), 

house 161 Thorndike 
John E., clerk, b. 2 Sceva pi. 
John F., currier, h. r. 77 Elm 
John F.. laborer B. & M. R. R., h. 

13 Second 
John H., laborer, b. Patrick Kelley's, 

New 
John H., laborer, h. Rogers ct. 
John J., baker 82 Mount Auburn, h. 

17 Charles River 
John T., machinist, h. r. 110 Main 
John Wm., receiving clerk 502 Main, 

boards 145 Elm 
44 Joseph H., blower N. E. Glass Works 

h. 36 Gore 

KELLEY JOSEPH J., under- 
taker, cabinet maker and upholster- 
er, 18 Third c. Gore, h. 110 Otis 
(see p. 491) [Press 

Joseph Mc, compositor Riverside 
Lawrence, marble polisher (B.), h. 

105 Elm 
Lizzie F. Miss, clerk 503 Main, bds. 

22 Hudson pi. 
Maria Mrs., h. 14 Grant 
Martha A , widow of Frank M., h. 

34 Columbia 
Martin, action maker 113 Broadway 
Michael, fireman (Union Glass Co., 

Somerville), boards 81 Elm 
Michael, gardener Mt. Auburn cem- 
tery, liquors, Gushing cor. Wood- 
Michael, laborer, bds. 54 Amory 
Michael, laborer Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, h. 14 North 
Michael, stone cutter foot Ayers whf. 
Third, h. 64 Vine 
lawn ave., boarding-house do. 
Michael A., laborer Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), h. 113 Fourth 
Michael J., hairdresser 162 Cam- 
bridge, boards do. 
Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Foster pi. 
Patrick, blower N. E. Glass Works, 

North 
Patrick, currier, Dudley 
Patrick, galvanizer, h. 4 Antrim 
Patrick, laborer, 220 Portland 
Patrick, laborer Camb. cemetery, 
house 75 Cushing 



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Kelley Patrick, laborer Niles Bros., h. New, 

n. F. R. R. 
" Patrick, marble worker, h. Bristol, 

opp. Rolling Mill blk. [Short 

11 Peirce, bar keeper, 32 Camb., h. 8 

• i Peter, lab., L69 Gore, b. 50 Spring 

•' IVtcr, machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop 

Peter A., plumber, 634 Main, b. 101 

Western avenue [Gore 

" Ralph I., liquors, 241 Camb., h. 1G4 
" Ralph R., clerk, 168 Pearl, h. 37 Erie 
" Richard, tailor (B.) , h. 232 Broadway 
" Richard C, galvanizer, b. 232 B'dway 
" Robert, baker, 407 Cambridge, rms. 

4 Percy place 
• l Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon), 

carpenter, 7 Western avenue, h. 10 

Clinton 
" Sarah V. Mrs., employment office, 

G54 Main, house 656 do. 
" StillmanF., molasses (18 Central, B.) 

house 3 Pemberton 
" Thomas G., carpenter, 7 Western av. 

house 58 Howard 
" Thomas J., bar tender (99 State, B.) 

boards 414 Main [School 

" Thomas J., book finisher (B.), h. 73 
" Wm., baker 407 Camb., b. do. 
" Wm., gardener, McLean Asylum 

(Somerville), h. Woodlawn av. , c. 

Cushing [Eighth 

" Wm. H., herdic driver (B.), h. 14 
" & McKinnon (Samuel J. Kelley and 

Chas. E. McKinnon), carpenters 

and builders, 7 Western av. 
" see Kelly 
Kellie John F. , painter and paper hanger, 

59 Plymouth, house do. 
Kelloch Fred* L., machinist (85 Beach, B.) 

house 128 Magazine 
Kellogg Jeremiah N., porter (169 Wash., 

B.), house 27 Washington 
Kelly Catherine, widow, h. 9 Lopez 
11 Catherine, widow, h. 35 Sargent 
" Daniel, city laborer, h. 4 Spruce 
" David, tailor (B.), b. 28 Decatur 
" Dennis P., machinist (Hyde Park), 

house 100 Main [27 Third 

« Edward, lab. B. & M. R. R. (B.), h. 
" Edward, Jr., bds. 27 Third 
" Elizabeth Mrs., h. 163 Bridge 
" George B. (Kelly & Rand), action 

mnfr., 162 Broadway, house at Ja- 
maica Plain 
" James, lab., h. 271 Putnam av. 
' ' James F. , clerk, 443 Camb. , b. 97 Elm 
•■ James M., bds. 1 Holly avenue 
11 John, coal shoveler, h. 8 Short 
" John., laborer, Cochrane Chemical 

Co., Potter, h. at Somerville 
'• John, laborer, house 4 Jefferson 
" John, house 352 Broadway 
" Joseph, printer Riverside Press, bds. 

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Kelly Margaret, widow, house 48 Third 
" Martin .1., Mfiftant pastor St. Paul'* 

Clltrrcb, house 84 Ilolvokr 

" Michael, granite polisher, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, b. 7 Maynard place 

44 Patrick, lab., h. r. It Lopez 

" l'atrick, switchman B. & Iff. B. K.. 
house 21 Sixth 

44 Peter M., machinist, 153 Putnam av. 

44 Sarah A. Mrs., house 2 Sceva place 

" Terrcnce W., laborer, h. 70 Spruce 
h. 159 Columbia [Co. 

" Thomas, conductor Chas. R. St. Ry. 

" Thomas F., soap maker (Somerville) 
h. 191 Norfolk 

" Timothy, laborer. Ms. 9 Lopez 

" Timothy, stucco worker (B.), h. 8 
Short' 

" T. F., boots and shoes, 441 Camb., h. 
44U do. 

" Wm., mason and plasterer, 4 Seventh 
house do. [Lopez 

" Wm., stone cutter, 41 Main, house 9 

' : & Rand (Geo. B. Kelly and Edward 
L. Rand), organ action mnfrs., 162 
Broadway 

" see Kelley 
Kelsey Albert H., contractor and builder, 
house 21 Arlington, near Wash. av. 
• Anson H. (Kelsey Bros. & Co.), fur- 
niture, 566 Main, h. 479 do. 

" Bros. &Co. (John and Anson H. Kel- 
sey), furniture dealers and uphol- 
sterers, 556 Main [Fairmont av. 

" Elizabeth, wid. of John B., house 18 

" Elizabeth, 4 widow of Wm., house 11 
Cottage 

; Henry T. , ticket ageut Prospect Skat- 
ing Academy, 10 Prospect, house 
at Somerville 

i4 John H. (Kelsey Bros. & Co.), fur- 
niture, etc., 556 Main, h. 11 Cottage 

" Wm. H., superintendent (87 Union, 

B.), house 26 Upton [Winspr 

Kelso Adam, machinist, 356 Main, house 36 

•' Alexander M., liquors. 407 Main. h. 
41 Franklin 
Kelty Patrick, hostler, b. 8 Lopez 

" Peter, laborer, bds. 8 Lopez 
Kemp Catherine, widow of James, house 
110 Spring 

" Edwin E., clerk, L. Kemp & Sons, b. 
166 Harvard 

" Horace G. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 
soap mnfr., Davis, h. 164 Harvard 

" James H. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 
soap mnfr. , Davis, bds. 166 Harvard 

" Lysander (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 
soap mnfr., Davis, h. 166 Harvard 

KEMP LYSANDER A SONS 
(Lysander, James H. and Horace G. 
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Kempton Benjamin, carpenter, bds. 15 Far- 
well pi. 

" John B., h. 24 Mt. Auburn 

44 Joseph D., carpenter, h. 49 Brookline 
Kendall Albert, clerk, 290 Broadway, bds. 
64 Antrim 

" Albert S., book-keeper, Sawins 
Express, Lyceum bldg., Harvard 
sq. , h. 53 Oxford 

H Edward (Kendall & Roberts), machin- 
ist and boiler mkr., 72 to 92 Main, 
h. 139 Magazine 

44 Erancis, h. 195 Putnam ave. 

44 George F., com. mer. (204 State, B.), 
h. (Jl Chestnut 

" Harley, compositor, Riverside Press 

44 Harlie G., clerk, G49 Main, house 4 
Rockwell 

" Isaac E., sawyer, 162 Broadway, h. 3 
Lawrence 

14 James H., draughtsman, 72 Main, h. 
63 Chestnut 

RENHALL, JOSHUA, private 
school, 13 Appian way. h. 123 Inman 
(see p. 481) 
44 Olindus F., horse clothing (129 

Washington, B.), h. 10 Forest 
44 Walter B., organist and music 
teacher, bds. 3 Lawrence 

KENDALL & ROBERTS (Ed- 
ward Kendall and George B. Rob- 
erts), proprietors, Charles River 
Iron Works, machinists and boiler 
mkrs., 72 to 92 Main (see p. 5) 
Kenerson Harry S., provisions, house 138 
Bridge 
44 Winfield S., provisions, b. 138 Bridge 
Kennard Benjamin, h. 9 DeWolf 

44 Elizabeth J. D. Miss, teacher, bds. 9 
DeWolf 
Kennedy Catherine F. Miss, h. 83 Elm 
44 Charles, confectioner, bds. 77 Inman 
44 Daniel, blacksmith, 135 Winsor, h. 

131 do. 
44 Daniel A., confectioner, 282 Broad- 
way, h. 167 Harvard 
14 Daniel F., bds. 131 Winsor 
" Edward, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 167 

Thorndike 
44 Edward J., carpenter, h. 87 Elm 
" Edward P., hack driver, b. 15 Banks 
44 Ellen, wid. of James, h. 87 Elm 
44 Frank A. (F. A. Kennedy Co.), 
cracker baker, 502 Main, h. 8 High- 
land 
KENNEDY F. A. CO. (F. A. Ken- 
nedy, pres. ; F. G. Cass, vice-pres. ; 
John A. Cass, secretary and treas.), 
cracker bakers, 502 Main (see right 
side line on outside back cover) 
»« Hugh T., machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Charlestown 
44 James, baker, 15 River, bds. Franklin 
44 James, lab., h. 84 Webster ave. 



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Kennedy James Mrs.. 
Mt. Auburn 

" James J., brass finisher (B.), bds. 84 
Webster ave. 

" James J., lithographer, Riverside 
Press, h. 206 Green 

44 John, engineer, Middlesex Bleachery 
pumping station, r. 9 Sacramento, 
h. at Somerville 

44 John E., driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 

" John H., hack driver, bds. 15 Banks 

44 Katie Miss, clerk, 29 Banks, bds. 240 
Franklin 

' 4 Lawrence B., painter, h. 83 Elm 

" Martin, lab., h. 381 Cambridge 

" Patrick, city lab., h. 113 Elm 

' ' Peter J. , varnisher, 162 Broadway, h. 
at South Boston 

" Robert, book-keeper, b. 3 Gordon pi. 

41 Thomas, gardener, h. 15 Banks 

44 Thomas, lab., h. 30 Reed 

" Thomas, Jr., driver, 22 Brattle, bds. 
15 Banks 

" Thomas E., shoemaker, Am. Rubber 
Co., bds. 15 Myrtle pi. 
Kennelly Jeremiah, sawyer, Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, h. 57 Elm 
Kenney Bernard A., furniture finisher, h. 
r. 1 State 

44 Catherine C. Miss, h. 12 Murdock 

44 Charles F., instructor, House of Cor- 
rection, h. 51 Fourth [Tremont 

44 Daniel W. C, book agt. (B.), h. 101 

44 Edward, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 
North [Cambridge 

44 Edward, lab., 204 Broadway, h. 458 

44 Emma, wid. of Ralph, h. 250 Bridge 

" Eugene, casket naaker, 203 Bridge, h. 
at South Boston 

44 Frank W., polisher, 162 Broadway, 
bds. 18 Front 

44 Hattie Miss, h. 12 Murdock 

44 James J., bootmaker, American Rub- 
ber Co., bds. 163 Broadway 

44 John, butcher, Niles Bros., Concord 
ave., h. n. do. 

•' John, junk, h. 39 Harding 

" John, lab., h. 56 Waverly 

44 John (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), 
lumber, 22 Bridge, opposite Prison 
Point, h. at Boston 
" John, h. Blanche, cor. Front 

44 John S., cabinet maker, house 158 
Thorndike 

44 John S., lamp lighter, h. 187 Cam- 
bridge [Front 

" Joseph, lab.. 184 Broadway, boards 16 

44 Lawrence, lab., Mount Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. 81 Cushing 

44 Margaret, book folder, bds. Blanche, 
cor. Front [Waverly 

" Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 56 

44 Mary, wid. of John, h. r. 103 Spruce 



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Kenney Michael, iron worker, Boston 

Bridge Works, Sixth, I), at Chelsea 
" Patrick, city laborer, h. 213 Franklin 
" Patrick, night fireman, Waverly, c. 

Talhot, h. 56 Waverly 
" Peter, cooper, C. H. NoTth & Co. 

(Somerville), b. 8 Eighth 
" Peter, laborer, Niles Jiros., Concord 

av.. bds. H. A. Parkinson's, do. 
• Peter, lab., 169 Gore, bds. 1 Seventh 
" Thomas, iron worker, Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth, h. at Chelsea 
" Thomas, laborer, 184 Broadway, b. 

164 Hampshire 
11 Thomas, painter, h. r. 48 Clark 
11 Thomas, tailor, 8 Boylston, bds, 8 

Eighth 
" Thomas G., 153 Putnam av., h. rear 

17 Charles River 
" Thomas M., jeweler, 637 Main, h. 16 

Warland [Front 

" Timothy, baker, bds. Blanche, corner 
*■ Timothy, 169 Gore, rms. 31 Winter 
" Wm. T., marble cutter, h. 97 Hamp- 
shire 
" see Kenny 
Kenniston Fred A., steam fitter, bds. rear 

37 Norfolk 
" George B., cabinetmaker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Everett 
Kenny James, cooper, 169 Gore, house 8 

Eighth 
" John, cooper, 169 Gore, b. 8 Eighth 
11 Patrick, h. 8 Eighth 
11 Thomas, tailor, bds. 8 Eighth 
" Wm. B., packer (88 North, B.), h. 

57 Ellery 
" see Kenney 
Kensel Carrie T., widow of George A., h. 

30 Walden 
Kent Christopher, painter, h. 434£ Camb. 
" Edward, student, H. IT., rms. 38 

North avenue 
'« Geo. H., salesman, 464 Harvard, h. 

25 Western avenue 
" George W., teamster, 111 Bridge, h. 

104 Spring 
" Horace P., clerk (Custom House, 

B. ». h. 48 Prospect 
" James E., carpenter, bds. 37 Amory 
" James H., driver, Camb. R. R. Co., 

bds. 6 Harvard sq. 
Kenty Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 13 

Squire's court 
Keough Daniel, conductor, Camb. R. R. 

Co., b. Cambridge, c. Baldwin 
" Daniel, driver, Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

432 Broadway 
" George A., hairdresser (130 Arch, 

B.), house 5 Charles River 
" John, grocer, 36 Harvard, h. do. 
11 Roger, driver, Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

27 Baldwin 
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Kerfut Thomas, stenographer, house 
Hampshire 

Francis V. B., conveyancer 
Court, H.), h. 770 Main 
" Henry, cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge, 

h. 99 Spring 
" Rebecca, widow of Theodore, h. 21 
Cogswell avenue 
Kernan James, cabinet maker, 7 Boylston, 
and janitor Qnincy and Lowell 
schools, h. 78 Aft Auburn 
" Thomas J., driver, 15 Church, b. 78 

Mt. Auburn 
" see Kiernan 
Kerney James, confectioner, 243 Broadway 
house at So. Boston 
" John, confectioner, 243 Broadway, h. 
at South Boston 
Kerr Daniel F. W., letter carrier, P. O., 
611 Main, h. 17 State 
11 David, gardener, h. 10 Dinsmore ct. 
11 Henry, case maker, 162 Broadway, 

h. 32 Clark 
" John, laborer, bds. 9 Dinsmore ct. 
" Henry, laborer, h. 9 Dinsmore ct. 
" John, rec. clerk freight house B. & 

L. R. R. (B.), h. 174 Third 
" John C, currier, h. 25 Baldwin 
" John S., stone cutter, A. McDonald, 

bds. 216 Brattle 
" Robert, laborer, bds. 9 Dinsmore ct. 
" Robert, manager, U. P. Tea Co., 565 
Main, bds. 29 William 
Kerrigan Bridget Mrs., h. 32 Harvard 
" James, gardener, h. 1 Baldwin ct. 
" James, teamster, 3 Hampshire, h. at 

Somerville 
" John, butcher (B.), h. 4 Lincoln 
" Patrick H., foreman and salesman, 
Skillings. Whitney & Barnes, Lum- 
ber Co., Prison Point, h. at Boston 
Highlands 
Kerry Patrick, net maker, Amer. Net and 
Twine Co., foot Second, house at 
Boston 
Kersey Wm.. laborer, h. 55 Amory 
Kershaw Edwin S., sawyer, 162 Broadway, 
h. 98 Norfolk 
" Mary O. Miss, bds. 296 North av. 
Kessell Frederick, decorator, N. E. Glass 
Works, bds. 42 Winter 
" Joanna, widow, h. 42 Winter 
Kettelle Rebecca, widow of J. B.. house 63 

Sparks 
Ketchum Charles, clerk, Amer. Rubber 
Co., house 6 Elm 
" George B., apothecary, 272 Broad- 
way, house 8 Elm 
" John C, conductor, Camb. R. R. 
Co., bds. 6 Elm 
Keville John, gardener, Lewis Hall's, 

Camb., near Hovey's nurseries 
Keyes Carrie Miss, pocket book maker, b. 
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Key es Charles S., foreman of case room, 
105 Magazine, h. Walden, n. Ray- 
mond 
44 Edward E., electrotyper, h. Walden, 

near Raymond 
" Harriet N., teacher Reed primary 
school, b. Walden, n. Raymond 
Henry S., salesman (42 Com'l, B.), 

bds. 4 Centre 
James H., teamster, h. 88 Harvard 
M W. H., sawyer, State, cor. Osborn, 
bds. 374 Main 
Kidd Margaret Miss, teacher, Reed primary 
school, h. 3 Dover 
" Margaret L., widow of Algernon B., 

house 3 Dover 
'** Wm. J., carpenter, h. 24 Vine, No. 1 
Kidder Addison P., carpenter, B. & L. R. 
R. shop, h. at Boston 
44 Merrill H., provisions, 419 Main, h. 

39 Magazine 
44 Wm., cabinet maker, 14 Gore, h. at 

Stoneham 
" Wm. A., collector (B. & A. R. R., 
East Boston), h. 256 North av. 
Kidney Wm. H., fireman, 12G Portland, h. 

140 Hampshire 
Kieley Joseph H. B., marble worker, Alex. 
McDonald, b. Michael A. Kieley's, 
McDonald 
M Michael A., painter (31 Province, 
B.), h. Mt. Auburn, c. McDonald 
Kiernan Annie G. Mrs., h. 107 Western av. 
44 John, clerk, 6 Harvard Row, h. at 

Boston 
*' Thos. J., supt. of circulation, H. U. 

library, h. 25 Trowbridge 
11 see Kernan 
Kihlberg Charles A. , cabinet maker, 602 

Main, h. 104 River 
Kilburn Curwin H., foreman Webster & 
Co. (Maiden), house Crescent next 
Sacramento 
44 Edward J. (1131 Tremont, B.), h. 28 

Norfolk 
44 Maria E. Mrs., h. 15 Green 
Kilderry Martin, at 220 Portland, house 375 

Cambridge 
Kilduff Bernard, plasterer, 610 Main, house 

Auburn place 

Kiley Daniel, laborer, Sargent's wharf, h. 

22 Flagg [ington 

14 John, laborer, h. 1 Rogers blk. Wash- 

44 Robert, watchman, B. & M. R.R. 

round house, h. 28 North 
44 William, carriage painter (B.), bds. 
8 Davis 
Kilfoile John, laborer, h. 12 Hancock 
44 John, Jr., clerk (150 Court, B.), b. 

12 Hancock 
44 Michael J., bds. 12 Hancock 
44 James, confectioner, 42 Elm, bds. 12 
Hancock 
Kilhane Garret, laborer, h. 164 Norfolk 



Killoran Thomas, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 5 

Carson 
Killoren Margaret Mrs., h. 45 Cedar 

" Matthew, laborer, 169 Gore boards 5 

Carson 

" Thomas J., painter, h. 45 Cedar 

" Timothy, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 5 

Carson [5 Carson 

" Timothy, Jr., laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 

Killourhy Patrick, laborer (Somerville), 

h- 200 Norfolk 
Killoy Patrick, laborer, h. 200 Norfolk 
Kilroy Patrick, city laborer, h. 15 Locust 
" Patrick, Jr., driver Camb. R. R. Co., 

bds. 15 Locust 
44 Thomas, laborer, bds. 15 Locust 
" Thomas, laborer, T. S. Hittinger, 
Fresh Pond, bds. C. O. Conuell's do. 
Kilty Michael, hostler, 120 Green 
Kimball Benj., lawyer (8 Congress, B.), 
h. 351 Harvard 
44 Christina, widow of Annis, house 35 
Somerset [Austin 

Daniel M., letter carrier, house Hotel 
Ephriam F., traveling salesman (55 

Bedford, B.), bds. 2 River 
Fred B., clerk (11 No. Market, B.), 

bds. 202 Elm 
Harvey B., teamster, 345 North ave. 

house at Somerville 
J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 58 Main 

house 49 Austin 
William, bds. 151 Mt. Aubnrn 
Kimberry Samuel, h. 9 Flagg-st. court 
Kiner Armon A., waiter h. 19 Elmer 
King Alexander, engineer (76 Sudbury, 
B.), h. 51 Moore 
" Ann widow of Michael, h. 96 Spring 
' 4 Barney, hairdresser, 361 Main, h. 31 

Webster ave. 
44 Benjamin, broker, h. 18 Clinton 
44 Benjamin, engineer N.E Glass Works 

h. 74 Cambridge 
" Benjamin T., clerk (^518 Washington, 

B.), bds. 18 Clinton 
" Bridget, wid. of Patrick, h. 6Q Vine 
" Charles F., wood carver (B.), b. 96 
Spring [Elmer 

" Collin J., waiter, Mem. Hall, h. 31 
" David H., produce (B.), h. rear 17 

Baldwin 
" Edward, foreman of carpenters, Otis 

cor. First, h. at East Boston 
44 Eveline A. Miss, copyist, Otis, cor. 

Second, bds. 344 Pearl 
44 Frederic G., laborer, round house B. 

& L. R. R., h. at Woburn 
" George H., painter 460 Main, house 
45 Jay [h. 115 Columbia 

44 Gustavus, hairdresser, 9 Prospect, 
44 James, h. 35 Essex 
44 James, horse shoer, Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Charlestown 
44 James, painter, h. 41 Charles 



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•• John, cabinet-maker, • ;-«; Main, h. 
94 Spring 

• John l'».. teamster, h. 128 Third 

• .John II., candy maker, 608 Main. I>. 

15 Washington [854 Broadway 

• Joseph C. , plumber, 684 Main, bds. 
•■ Katherine Mrs., h. 30 Charles 

Ljdia 15. Mrs., dressmaker, 74 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 

11 Lydia S., h. 113 Prospect 

Michael, laborer, bds. 104 Gore 

" Owen, produce pedlar, h. 8 Willow 

" Peter, stone-mason, h. 133 Webster 
ave. 

•• Samuel A., clerk (34 New Faneuil 
Hall market, B.), h. 38 Sacramento 

• Thomas, driver U. S. Mail wagon, 

44 Bridge, h. at Chas'n 
14 Thomas, fireman, C. W. W., Lake 

View ave. bds. 49 Reed 
" Thomas, teamster, bds. 8 Willow 
" Thos. C, clerk 130 Camb., b. 00 Vine 
" Wm. F., painter C. R.R. Co., bds. S. 

F. E. S. house, Iniuan sq. 
" Wm. R., clerk (79 Commercial, B.), 

bds. 18 Clinton 
" Zelotus, hairdresser, basement, 115 
Columbia, bds. do. 
Kingman Carrie M. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, house 48 Magazine 
Kingsley Chester W.. treas. Excelsior Coal 
Mining Co, (19 Congress, B.), h. 
10 Chester 
" Elizabeth, widow or Henry, house 

140 Spring 
" Samuel L., wood moulder, 139 

Broadway, house 00 Sacramento 
" Samuel M., teamster, 91 Broadway, 
bds. 8 Davis 
Kingston Thos. R., teamster, Sixth, corner 

Potter, house 9 Fifth 
Kinnear Alexander, moldmaker N. E. Glass 
Works, North 
" Conrad D., asst. sealer and city 

lamplighter, h. 280 Broadway 
" John, printer (18 Post-Office sq., B.) 

house 34 Mt. Auburn 
lt . Joseph S., bookkeeper (4 Summer, 
B.), bds. 34 Mt. Auburn 
Kinneen Patrick J. , horse-shoer, house 209 

Mount Auburn 
Kinney E. S., driver C. R.R. Co. [vard 
" Samuel, carpenter, house 179£ Har- 
Kinniff Daniel, hostler, b. 5 Charles River 
Kinsley Charles E., clerk (4 Park, B.), h. 
51 Sixth 
" Edw. B. P. Mrs., house 51 Sixth 
" Winnifred Mrs., house 120 Fourth 
Kinsman Eben, furniture mover (52 Charles 
B.), house 97 Winsor 
•' Edgar O., dentist, 15 Brattle, house 

48 Shepard 
" John O., machinist, h. 13 Watson 



Kippenberger Adam, baker, house 6 Lope* 
Kirhy John L., foreman 168 1'utnam a\e., 
bouse 1 7 1 do. 
'• Michael, lab., 109 Gore, h. ti Warren 

Michael J., gardener, house 11 Dins- 
more court 
Kirchmann John, foreman of carver-. < >ti«> 

cor. First, bds. 67 Gore 
KirchnerCharlei (KirchnerA Keefe . bote 
tler, 4^8 Camb., bouse do. 
11 & Keefe (Charles Kirchner and John 
Keefe), bottlers. 428 Cambridge 
Kirk John 1)., carpenter, house 12 Jay 
Kirkpatrick William, moulder. II. M. Bird 
IV] ham [shire 

Kirley Geo. F., baker (B.), h. 110 Ilamp- 
" James J., mold maker N. E. Glass 
Works, house 45t; Cambridge 
Kirsch D. Miss, dressmaker, 430 Cam- 
bridge, bds. do. 
" Ernst, carriage-maker, house 430 
Cambridge 
Kirschten Gustavus, decorator N. K. Glass 

Co., house Sixth 
Kirwin Michael, lab., h. 159 Franklin 
Kissane John, lab., house 243 Franklin 
" Michael, lab., house 243 Franklin 
" Patrick, lab., h. 243 Franklin 
Kisshng Lawrence, brush-maker (B.), h. 
180 Norfolk [130 Green 

Kittredge George T.. clerk. 561 Main, h. 

•' Jesse H., house 130 Green 
Kittson Catherine, widow, h. 81 Charles 
Kivlan George, compositor Riverside Press 
house at Boston 
" John, teamster, bds. 30 Gore 
" Peter, pressman Riverside Press, b. 

23 Rockwell 
•• Peter F., teamster, house 30 Gore 
' ; Wm., asst. foreman composing-room 

Riverside Press, h. 23 Rockwell 
" Wm. H., pressman Riverside Press, 
house 84 River 
Kjellstrom Nils J., foreman of carvers, 44 

Cambridge, bds. at Wyoming 
Kline Joseph P., iron-moulder. Third, cor. 

Bent, house Vandine 
Klines S., machinist, 92 Main 
Klucken G. A., artist, Riverside Press 
Kluxen John, cook, 590 Main, h. 3 Moore 
Knapp Emilv T., widow of Rev. Henry M. 
bds.*8 River 
" Frederick B., instructor and supt. of 
buildings H. U., h. 14 Sumner 
Kneeland Daniel J., fish and oysters, house 
1 Soden place [Cambridge 

" E. S., carpenter, 109 Gore, bds. 108 
" Frank, express driver, bds. 20 Mill 
" Fra.k H.. blacksmith, b. 32 Market 
" Frederick S., stock broker (Congress 

B.), house 144 Thorndike 
" Henry, teamster, 13 Broadw'v, house 
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Eneeland James, arctic maker, Amer. 

Rubber Co., house 164 Main 
" Jas. E. , lab. , 184 B'rdw'y, h. 52 Clark 
** John, mason, h. 11 Reed 
f* John H., watchman (B.^,, h. 164 Main 
" Martin, teamster, b. 22 Donnell 
<* Thos. H., blacksmith, 11 Church, b. 

20 Mill 
" Walter W., carpenter, h. 26 Fifth 
" Wm. T., broker (7 State, B.), house 

144 Thorndike 
" Willis W., carpenter, h. 26 Fifth 
Knight Elbridge E., driver 1 Brattle sq., 

house 30 Winthrop 
< " Eliza A., widow of George, house 7 

Marvin place 
" Frank F., mason, h. 168 Putnam av. 
. li Harry, paper-hanger, 453£ Main, h. 

24 Somerset 
** Harry T., asst. baggage master (O. 

C. R. R., B.),b . 56 Austin 
" John J., wine clerk (Barker House, 

B.), h. 2 Grotto place 
*' Joseph R. Mrs., h. 15 Third 
** J. King, dentist, 432 Harvard, h. at 

Hyde Park [mont 

t( Robert H., paper hanger, h. 28 Fair- 
" Wm. H., blank book mnfr. (173 Dev- 
onshire, B.), h. 14£ Western av. 

V Wm. M., bowling alley, 43 Otis, bds. 

Hotel Camb. 
Knights Anson B., clerk (4 Alden, B.), h. 
39 Holyoke 

*< Catherine Livingston Mrs., dress- 
maker, h. 39 Holyoke 

" Samuel R. (S. R. Knights & Co.), 
auctioneer, 593£ Main, h. at Boston 

" Sarah A., widow of D. S., house 93 
Chestnut 

" Simon, driver C. R. R. Co., bds. 6 
Harvard 

KNIGHTS S. IB. & CO. (Samuel 
R. Knights) auctioneers, 593£ Main 
and (226 Wash., B.) (see back 
cover) 
Knoerr Albert, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. 395£ Camb. 
Knop Henry, painter, C. R. R. Co., h. 22 
Grant 

KNOTT NATHANIEL W. T., 
gas fixtures (27 Bromlield, B.), h. 
3 Potter park (see page 199) 
Knowland James A., agent Armstrong 
Transfer Co. (B. & L. R. R., B.), 
h. 287 Broadway 
Knowles Charles, laborer, 225 Bridge, h. at 
Boston 

V David K., foreman of sausage room, 

169 Gore, h. at Somerville 
*■' John S., engineer, h. 3 Banks 
" Lydia S., widow of Willard, h. 74 

Pleasant 
" Nathan S., crackers, h. 119 Prospect 
"• Richard, carpenter, b. I79£ Harvard 



Knowles Thomas L., painter, C. R. R. Co., 

b. 438 Main 
Knowlton Abraham, carpenter. State, c.Os- 
born, b. 13 Pleasant pi. 
" Annie T. Mrs., h. 1 Ballord pi. 
" Benjamin F.,wood worker, (19 Char- 
don, B.), h. 69 Washington 
" Eliza Mrs., h. 49 Hamilton 
" Ellis W., piano finisher (B.), h. 49 
Hamilton [h. do. 

" George B., paper hanger, 18 River, 
" George W., driver, 904 Main, h. 16 

Dunster 
" John, cutter (300 Federal, B.), h. 1 

Ballord place 
" Lena Mrs., h. 18 River 
Knox Catherine Mrs., tailoress (B.), h. 1 
Potter 
" David J. (Knox & Hewins), saloon, 

447 Main, h. 445£ do. 
" FrankC, at University Press, h. 37 

Putnam a v. 
" James, salesman (B.), h. 164 Main 
" John W., mnfr. hand stamps (21 

Milk, B.), h. 7 Moore 
" Wm. A., engineer B. & L. R. R., h. 

95 Otis 
" Wm. W., machinist, h. 7 Moore 
" & Hewins (David J. Knox and John 
A. Hewins), saloon, 437 Main 
Koch Adam A., restaurant, Lyceum bldg., 
Harvard sq. . h. 15£ Wallace 
" William, bar tender (4 Mason, B.), h. 
1 Ayer's block, Third 
Koenig Henry, clerk, 9 Boylston, b. at W. 
1 Somerville 
'• Henry C, clerk, 110 Cambridge, b. 
155 Otis 
Kohlar Ernest, fresco painter, h. r. 6 East 
Kohlhepp Christian, provisions, 24 Sixth, 
h. 203 Cambridge 
" J., arctic maker, Amer. Rubber Co., 
Potter 
Kolseth Harry L., student (B.), bds. 93 
Thorndike 
" Henry S., master mechanic, B. & L. 
R R. Bridge, c. Prison Point, h. 93 
Thorndike 
Koppe Albert, wood carver (B. ),h. 60 Vine 
" Carl, wood carver (B.), h. 77 Spring 
" Henrietta, widow, h. 175 Otis 
Kordulasinski Waclaw, butcher, 169 Gore, 

h. 194 Bridge 
Korb Joseph, hairdresser (6 City Hall av., 

B.), h. 68 Spring 
Korman John, currier, h. 20 Clay 
Kothe George W., coppersmith (65 Merri- 
mack, B.), h. 13 Winter 
Kovarick John, cabinet maker (S. B.), h. 

169 Spring 
Kraas Adolph, silversmith (8 Waltham, 

B.), h. 36 Clark 
Kraetzer Caroline C, widow of John F., b. 
16 Bowdoin 



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Kraetzer Edwin J., hats, caps, etc. (107 

Court, B.), h. 2 9 Sacramento 
Kramer Harry, bookbinder (B.)» h« 10 

Cogswell av. 
Kraus Ernest, laborer (124 Water, B.), h. 

r. 168 Cambridge 
Krause Theodore C. F., wood carver, 44 

Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Krautwurost G. Conrad, sausage maker, 

169 Gore, h. 175 Otis 
Krieger Robert, driver, h. 28 Banks 
Kriegel George, helper, 92 Main 
Kroepsch Robert, baker, 442 Camb., h. 169 

Norfolk 
Kruegel Wm. E.,162 Broadway, h. 127 Elm 
Krutwig E.,marbleworker, h. 29 Cambridge 
Kuebler Charles, currier, 370 North ave., 

b. do. 
" Joseph, molder, h. 4 Moore 
" J. Emile, currier, 370 North av., h. 

372 do. [h. do. 

" Michael, currier, 370 North avenue, 
Kuhaupt Henry, h. 9 Portland 
Kuhn David, boot maker, Amer. Rubber 

Co., rms. 181 Harvard 
" George W., clerk, h. 32 Pine 

LABREE ANN M.. widow of James ; h. 

119 Washington 
LaBreque Joseph C. , paper hanger, h. 63 

Clark 
Lacas Joe, machinists' apprentice, bds. 6 
Eighth 
" Joseph, blacksmith, h. 6 Eighth 
Lacerda Augusta B. Mrs., h. r. 95 Camb. 
Lacey James, laborer, h. 12 Third 

" John, fireman (B.), h. 123 Portland 
" Michael, machine hand, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 3 Webster avenue 
" Wm. P., hostler, Camb. R. R. Co., 
b. 3 Jordan place 
Lackle Theodore, tinsmith, Third, c. Potter 
LaClair Harris, brickmaker, h. 108 Spruce 
" Leon, tinsmith, h. 11 Rogers' block, 
Main 
LaCount Wm. F., freight clerk (F. R. R., 

B.), house 150 Prospect 
LaCroix Edward, helper, 634 Main, boards 
r. 67 Prospect 
" Geo. J., wood engraver (28 School, 

B.), boards 67 Prospect 
" Mary Mrs., h. r. 67 Prospect 
LaCross Basil, broom maker, h. Crescent, 

near pottery 
Ladd Frank P., hay, grain and straw, 345 
North av., n. R. R. crossing, h. at 
Somerville 
" Fred A., clerk, 345 North avenue, 

boards at Somerville 
" Fred W., h. Brackett place 
" Geo. W., clerk (13 Tremont, B.), b. 

18 Shepard 
" John S., h. 2 Frost 



Ladd Willard, ladder maker, 139 Gore, 

boards 129 Spring 
Laffey Thos., conductor, Camb. R. R. Co., 

house at Watertown 
Lafleur Francis E. S. , cabinet miker (Ch'n) 

house Hawkins block, Charles 
Lafond Lans, cabinet maker, 626 Main 
Laforce Arthur, printer (B.), b. 52 Sidney 
" Mary, music teacher, 52 Sidney, h. do. 
Laha Mary A. Mrs., variety store, 6 Ham- 
ilton, h. do. [Vineyard 
Lahey Daniel, laborer, h. Cushing, corner 
" Jeremiah, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 26 

Winter 
" John, iron moulder, Third, corner 

Bent, house at Somerville 
" John, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 17 Warren 
" John, teamster, 360 Cambridge, h. at 

Somerville 
" Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, house 26 

Winter 
" Pairick, laborer, C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. r. 24 Jefferson 
" Wm., laborer, T. S. Hittinger, Fresh 

Pond, boards C. O'Connell's, do. 

" see Leahy 

Lahiff Mary, wid. h. 7 Buck's blk., Seventh 

" Patrick H., 169 Gore, bds. 7 Buck'*' 

block, Seventh [Sixth, fa. do. 

Laidler Florence L. Miss, dressmaker, 6 

" Mary Miss, h. 6 Sixth 
Laing Alfred A., drug clerk, 641 Main, 

house 686 do. 
Lake Chas. H., h. 727 Cambridge 
Lakeman Nellie M. Miss, dressmaker, h. 
5 White [Mill 

Lalley Frank E., clerk, 40 Boylston, h. 1 
" John, plasterer, h. 26£ Banks 
" John H., grocer, 26£ Banks, h. do. 
'•'- Pairick, laborer, Cochrane Chemical 
Co., Potter, h. at Somerville 
X ALLEY THOMAS G., grocer, 40 
loylston, 
page 489) 

" Thos. G., Jr., clerk, 40 Boylston, 
boards 64 Mount Auburn 
Lalor Martin, laborer, house 3d on right 

from Spruce 
Lally John D. , bookbinder, Riverside Press 
house 24 Cowperthwaite 
" John J. mill hand, 3 Hampshire, h. 

19 Seventh 
" Lawrence P., lager-beer-box maker, 

78 School, boards 9 Plymouth 
" Michael, white washer, h. 8 Stevens 
court [h. 9 Plymouth 

" Patrick J., mill hand, 3 Hampshire, 
" Thos. F., clerk, 26£ Bnnks, h. do. 
" Wm. J., pressman, University Press, 
b. 26£ Banks [112 Brattle 

Lamb Chas. R., clerk (Chauncy, B.), bds. 
" Chas. R. Mrs., h. 112 Brattle 
" Fayette C, lumber (52 Kilby, B.), h. 
2 Avon place 



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Lamb Frank, city laborer, h. 63 Brookline 
" Geo., conveyancer (13 Kilby, room 8 

B.), h. 9 Ellsworth avenue 
"■ Geo. T. , hairdresser (Chauncy, cor. 

Summer, B.), b. 10 Salem 
" Henry J., carriage painter, 178 North 

avenue, h. 17 State 
" Henry W. (Lamb & Ritchie), lead- 
pipe mnfr., Albany, h. at Brookline 
44 James, horse shoer, Brookline, cor. 

Erie, h. 10 Salem 
" Joseph, carpenter, b. 60 Amory 
44 Michael F., teamster, h. 60 Amory 
44 Roland O., book-keeper (16 Sears 

bldg., B.), h. 19 Sacramento 
44 Thos., helper, 634 Main, b. 60 Amory 
44 & Ritchie (Henry W. Lamb and Da- 
vid A. Ritchie), sheet-metal pipes, 
Albany, n. Main 
Lambert C. J. (Lambert Furniture Co.), 
furniture mnfr., 35 Clark, house 1 
Hancock place [Appleton 

44 Ellen, widow of Michael J., h. 205 
44 Furniture Co. (C. J. Lambert), fur- 
niture mnfrs., 35 to 39 Clark 
" Garrett H., mason, h. 27 Tuttle 
44 Geo M., supt.. 35 Clark, house 1 
Hancock place 

LAMBERT HERBERT E., 
stoves, ranges, etc., and plumbing 

and roofing, 2 Holyoke, house 154 

Green (see p. 489) 
44 John, baker, 315 Camb., h. do. 
" JohnC, laborer, h. 43 Wash. 
** John N., tinsmith, h. 76 Norfolk 
" Lewis, porter (B.), b. 43 Wash. 
" Martin, laborer. Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 5 Leighton court 
44 P. C. , confectioner, 1 Harvard sq. , h. 

at Boston 
" Patrick J., brass finisher, h. 25 Tuttle 
" Thos. F., plasterer, h. 48 Foster 
" Wm. B., window glass (53 and 55 

Brattle, B.), h. 21 Craigie 
44 Wm. D., furniture mnfr., boards 1 

Hancock place 
44 Wm. H., tinsmith, 2 Holyoke, b. 76 

Norfolk 
Lamkey Chas. E., sawver, 44 Camb., h. 

203 do. 
Lamson Albert H., student, b. 233 Harvard 
44 Anna S. Miss, teacher. Webster gram- 
mar school, rooms 102 Austin 
44 Arthur F., salesman (B.), house 42 

Sidney 
44 • Asa C. , real estate, h. 1 Lamson pi. 
44 Chas. A., student, b. 233 Harvard 
44 Chas. H., machinist, 356 Main, b. 42 

Sidney 
44 Elmira B. Mrs., house-keeper, Hotel 

Camb., 45 Otis, house do. 
44 FredU., salesman, 31 Elm, house 

60 Market 



LAMSON JOHN H., sign and orna- 
mental painter, 602 Main, h. 4 Pros- 
pect (see page 486) 
44 Ruf us W., mason, 233 Harvard, h. 

do. 
" Wm. G., book-keeper (B.), bds. 233 
Harvard 
Lanahan Daniel D., engineer, 122 Harvard 
house-30 Davis 
" Francis T., bds. 30 Davis 
Lander Francis A., h. Bailey pi. 
44 Frederick A., bds. 20 Fairmont 
44 Harriet P. Miss, clerk, (pension office 
P. O. bldg. B.) bds. F. A. Lan- 
der's, Bailey pi. 
44 Joseph A., floor manager, Prospect 
Skating Acalemy, 8 Prospect, bds. 
F. A. Lander's, Bailey pi. 
44 Ruth E., Mrs., teacher Shepard gram- 
mar school, h. at Boston 
Landerkin Albert L., engineer, 284 Main, 
h. r. 65 Mt. Auburn 
44 J. Edward, machinist, bds. 32 Front 

LANDERKIN LLEWELLYN, 
machinist, Rhoades' mill, State, h. 
32 Front (see p. 487) 
Landers David, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 19 
Vine 
44 Morris, laborer, Cambridge cemetery 

!i. 10 Maynard pi. 
" Thatcher T., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Charlestown 
44 Wm., laborer, h. 115 Spruce 
Landman Bradford H., confectionery, etc. 

27 Boylston, b. 19 Winthrop 
Lan.'reville Joseph A., cabinet maker, 626 

Main, h. 27 Grigg 
Landry Juliun, carpenter, h. 46 Clark 
Landy Bridget, widow of Joseph, house 21 
Banks 
44 John, painter, 460 Main, h. 21 Banks 
44 Joseph, painter, b. 21 Banks 
Lane Ann M., wid. of Peter, h. 42 Western 

ave. 
Lane Caroline M. Mrs. h. 19 Oxford 

44 Catherine Mrs., h. Squire's brick, 

bldg. rear 168 Gore 
44 Cornelius, lab. (Somerville), h. 238 

Bridge 
44 Cornelius, plasterer, h. 6 Lopez 
44 Dennis, carriage smith, 46 Camb., h. oj 

4 Lechmere bld^., Lechmere sq. JJ" 

44 Dennis, laborer, h. 17 West 
44 Elias N., h. 28 Western avenue 
44 E. Fred, b. 28 Western ave. 
44 Emma C. Miss, dressmaker, 42 

Hastings, bds. do. 
• 4 Frank, fireman B. & L. R. R., boards 

Hotel Cambridge 
44 Frank, piano trimmer, 162 Broadway 
44 Frank E., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. 93 Austin 
44 Gardiner M., pres. asst. U. P. R. 
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Broadway 
'• George M.. Pope Professor of Latin, 

11. l., h. 4?Quincy 
" James, laborer, Revere Sugar Refln- 

ery. bds. 86 North 
11 Jane L. Miss, h. 678 Main 
11 Joanna, wid. of John, h. 20 Warren 
•' John (Harvey and Lane), carriage- 
smith, 85 Gore, h. 26 Second 
" John, gate tender, B. & L. li. It. 

crossing, Prison Point, house 1274 

Bridge 
" John, laborer, B. & M. R. li.. house 

51 North 
" John, laborer, h. 30 Warren 
" John, laborer C. W. W., boards 19 

Seventh 
11 John T., teamster A. H. Hews & Co., 

bds. 7 Blair pi. 
" J. Frederick, bookkeeper Cambridge- 
port Savings Bank, G35 Main, b. 42 

Western ave. 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 7 Blair 

place 
" Mary li., Miss, h. 2 Davis 
" Michael, elevator man, 169 Gore, b. 

Mrs. Catherine Lane's, Gore 
" Michael, section hand, B. & L. R. li., 

bds. 32 North 
" Patrick, laborer, B. & A. R. R., bds. 

21 Carson 
" Susan M. Miss, bds. 2 Holmes place 
" Thomas, arctic maker, Am. Rub. Co. 
" Thomas, cooper, h. 29 Warren 
" Thomas Clinton, lumper, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 129 Thorndike 
•' Thomas F., printer, (145 High, (B.), 

boards 4 Lechmere bldg., Lech- 
mere sq. 
'■ Timothy, machinist, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Boston 
" Wm. C, physician, 42 Hastings, h. do. 
" Wm. C, ask. H. U. library, bds. 19 

Oxford 
Lang Albert N., action maker, 113 B'dway, 

h. 223 do., No. 5 
" Anestina, widow of Lewis, house 105 

Kinnaird 
• Charles H.. deputy master, House of 

Correction, Thorndike, cor. Third, 

house do. 
" Ferdinand, printer, h. 105 Kinniard 
" Fred, confectioner, 503 Main, h. at 

Boston 
" Henry, bookmarbler, Riverside Press 

h. 115 Putnam ave. 
" John C. (John C. Lang & Son), 517 

Main. h. 129 Green 
" John C. & Son ^John C. and John H. 

Lang), cigar mnfrs., 517 Main 
" John H. (John C. Lang & Son), 517 

Main, h. 11 State 



Lang Joseph 1L. teamster 88 Boylston, h. 
Bhepard 
" Margaret, widow, h. 4 Dailej alley 
\\'u\. II.. cigar maker, .".17 Main, b. 
129 Green 
• Wm. EL , teamster, 220 Portland, bds. 
12 Tremont 
Langdell Christopher c. Prof. II. 1.'., h. 

:!7 Quincy 
Langdon Woodbury T., a-st. engineer Re- 
vere Bugar Refinery, h. 149 Camb. 
L' An ge Cyril, brick maker, h. 152 Spruce 
" Pierre, brickmaker, P>. S. B. Co., h. 
152 Spruce 
Langer Charles, confectionery, house 14 

Pleasant 
Langford Elizabeth, Mrs., h. 32 Charles 
River 
" George A., h. 44 Cottage 
Langhill Henry C, moulder, h. 40 Holyoke 
Langley Arthur, potter, h. 70 Spruce 

" Charles H.,wood and coal and (C H. 
Langley & Co.) fish, Hampshire, c. 
Elm, bds. 41 Elm 
" C. H. & Co. (Charles H. and Edwin 
C. Langley), fish. Hampshire, cor. 
Elm 
" Daniel C, painter, h. 155 Main 
" Edward ML, clerk, R. M. Service, h. 

104 River 
" Edwin C. (C. H. Langley & Co.), 
fish. Hampshire, c. Elm, h. 41 Elm 
" Eliza J. Miss, lodging-house, 143 
Thorndike [B.), bds. Ill Gore 

" George L., switchman (B. & A. R.R. 
11 Jeremiah, lab., h. New, n. F. R.R. 
" Joseph, lab., h. 125 Dublin 
" Lauren F., clerk, 89 Cambridge, h. 

109 Gore 

" Martin V., teamster and weigher, 126 

Portland, h. 21 Tremont [Gore 

" Olive E., widow of Lauren F.. h. Ill 

Langmaid Dorcas, wid. of Samuel H., h. 78 

Kirkland 
Lanigan Thomas, helper, bds. 23 Berkshire 
LaNoir Louis, lab., h. 2 Pioneer pi. 
Lansed George, lab., h. 83 Broadway 
Lantigua Andrew, cigar mkr.. h. 44 Putnam 

ave. 
I Lapham George F., Jr., salesman (42 

Franklin, B.), bds. 254 North ave. 
LaPierre Elie H., apothecarv. 32 River, h. 
30 do. 
" Sarah E., wid. of Elie F., h. 30 River 
Lapoint Arthur, book-keeper, J. W. Low & 
Son, Dudley, cor. Reed, h. do. 
" Eli, currier, h. 122 Spruce 

Willow 
" Joseph, trimmer, 162 Broadway, h. 11 
LaPointe Peter, sloarman. N. E. Glass 

Works, North, h. at South Boston 
Laramy Elizabeth, wid. of William, bds. C. 
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Larkin Daniel, lining sponger, Amer. Rub- 
ber Co. [Charles 

" David, hostler, 46 Bridge, house 152 
" Dennis, hack driver (B.),h. 510 Main 
" James J., boiler maker, 92 Main, h 
17 Pioneer ave. [erville 

" John J., clerk. 88 Fifth, bds. at Som- 
" Joseph, gardener, h. 2 Walker ct. 
" Lawrence, teamster, h. 8 Hastings 
" Patrick, porter (100 High, B.), bds. 

21 Lee 
" Patrick J., junk and second-hand fur- 
niture, 54 Cambridge, h. at Maiden 
" S-, machinist. 92 Main 
" Thomas, lab., h. 37 Washington 
Lamer Frances Mrs., fur repairer, 52 Pros- 
pect, h. do. 
" Thomas F. M., tea dealer (2-t Doane, 
B.), h. 52 Prospect [Spruce 

Larose Maurice, brick mason, h. Clifton, n. 
Larrick C, organ varnisher, 162 Broadway, 
h. 99 Sixth [entine 

Larsen Andrias, cabinet maker, h. 15 Val- 
Larson J., machinist, B. & L. R.R. shop, h. 
at Boston 
lt Ola, tailor (B.), h. 6 Murray 
LarssonL. F., piano-case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 5 Rogers' blk. 
" Victor, wood turner, 131 Broadway, 
h. 137 Main [School 

Laselle Nettie Mrs., house 8 Hotel Shirley, 
" William, broom maker, bds. Ambrose 
Lavoix's, Crescent ave. 
Lasselle Sarah E. Mrs., music teacher, 139 

Thorndike, h. do. 
Lathe Leonora F. Mrs., physician, 34 Aus- 
tin, h. do. 
Lathrop James G., at Hemenway gymna- 
sium, H. U., h. 13 Avon 
'• William L., h. 31 Franklin 
Latimer James A., physician, 57 Otis, h. do. 
Latour John F., hairdresser, 173 North av., 

h. 42 Mt. Auburn 
Laughlin J. Laurence, Prof, of Political 

Economy, H. U., h. 101 Brattle 
Laughton Mary, widow of James W., h. 84 
Pearl 
" William, at Riverside Bindery 
Laurie Charles, bookbinder (47 Franklin, 

B.), h. 39 Erie 
Laurier Wilfred, cabinet maker, b. 58 Green 
Laurillard A. G. F., painter. B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. at Lexington 

Lavallie Victor, brickmaker. h. 134 Spruce 

Lavan Patrick, lab. (F. R. R., B.), h. 141 

Elm [Elm 

" Thomas, lab. (F. R. R., B.), h. 137 

Lavangie Boney, fisherman, h. Concord av., 

cor. New 
Laverty John, lab., h. 325 Cambridge 
Lavey William J., machinist (B.), bds. 161 

Columbia 
Lavin Bridget, wid., bds. 9 Reed 



Laviolette Alfred, furniture polisher (B.), 

h. 6 Eighth 
Lavoie Paul, grocer, 106 Spruce, h. do. 
Lavoix Adeleau, broom maker, h. Crescent 
ave., cor. Raymond 
" Ambrose, broom maker, h. Crescent 
ave., cor. Raymond 
Law Elizabeth H., widow of Thomas, h. r. 
64 Winsor 
" Emerson W., clerk, Third District 
Court, City bldg.. Brattle sq., bds. 
Philip Nutting's, Nutting pi. 
" Frederick W., conductor, C. R. R. 

Co., bds. 14 Eliot 
" George A., action maker 113 Broad- 
way, house r. 64 Main 
" Robert, foreman Camb. Gas Co's 
Works, Third 
Lauback Isaac S., foreman of tinsmith, 

Third, c. Potter, b. Hotel Camb. 
Lawler J., molder H. M. Bird, Pelham, h. 
at Somerville 
" Patrick, farmer, h. 169 Dublin 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 171 Dublin 
" see Lawlor 
Lawless Anastatia, widow of John, house 
17 Sparks st. place 
" John, laborer Revere Sugar Refinery, 

house 7 Water 
" Richard, car inspector (B. & L. R. R., 
B.), house 36 Camb. 
Lawlor Patrick, laborer, h. 7 Baldwin ct. 
Lawrence Albert P., clerk (O. C. R. R. 
freight dept., B.), b. 407 Broadway 
" Charles, produce (6 New F H. Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 55 Camb. 
" Charles F., provisions 274 Broadway, 
house 67 Norfolk [29 Second 

" Dolly D., widow of James K. , h. 
" Edward H., clerk 274 Broadway, b. 
67 Norfolk [8 Donnell 

" Ella L., widow of Benjamin, house 
" George A., painter, h. 36 Moore 
" George H., produce (104 FaneuilHall 

Market, B.), h. 6 Maple av. 
" George P.. lawyer (28 Pemberton 

sq.. B.), house 12 Mason 
" Herbert T., wood and coal 613 Main, 

room 2, h. 18 Prospect 
" Joel Edward clerk (6 New F. H. 

Market, B.), b. 55 Cambridge 
" John P., poultry (48 Faneuil Hall 

Market, B.;, h. 407 Broadway 
" Lewis Iv., chair maker, b. 57 Green 
" Obed P , shipper 150 Broadway, bds. 
3 Prospect [h. 229 do. 

" Oscar, action maker, 162 Broadway, 
" William Rev., prof. Episcopal The- 
ological school, h. 108 Brattle 
" see Lorence 
Lawrenceson Fred, wood turner, house 
267 Putnam ave. 
" Rudolph, locksmith, h. 269 Putnam av. 



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Laws Albert W., laster, h. 5 Flagg st. ct. 
" Charles H., machinist 35G Main, h. 

18 W stern ave. 
" Elizabeth A., widow of William, h. 

18 Western avenue 
" George, action maker 113 Broadway 
Lawson Andrew J., journalist, house 198 

Putnam ave. 
" Chatles, cabinet maker 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. 470 do. 
" Charles E. W., mason, h. 55 Winsor 
" Francis G., hatter, h. 93 Fifth 
" Fred M., piano maker, h. 212 Harvard 
" Hiram, printer, b. 71i Western av. 
" Minor, compositor Riverside Press, 
" Rebecca A., widoAv, h. 38 Wash. 
" Thomas, variety store 163 Main, 

house 161 do. 
*' Thomas W., house 15 Tremont 
Lavvton Ellen, widow of Richard, boards 5 

Rogers' brick block, Main 
" John T., hack driver, 43 Cambridge, 

boards 1 Fifth [b. 1 Fifth 

" Joseph H. , coppersmith (63 Pitts, B.) 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 1 Fifth 
" Martha B. Miss, h. 46 Market 
" Mary Mrs., h. 35 Somerset 
" William A., laborer, b. 1 Fifth 
" William C, teacher (6 Marlboro, B.) 

house 28 Mellen 
Laycock Ellis, machinist, h. 3 Lawr^nee 
Lazzaro Conevard, carriage maker, house 

North ave., cor. Lexington ave. 
" George G., clerk (Tremont House, 

B.), house 91ilnman 
Leach Amanda S., widow, h. 1 Austin pi. 
" Charles K. , painter 157^ North ave., 

house at Somerville [av. 

" Francis H., carpenter, h. 88 Concord 
" George W., watchman (450 Wash., 

B.), house 9 Boardman 

LEACH HOSEA W., mason, 
contractor and builder (39 Wendell, 
c. Oliver, B.), and 146 Wash., h. 
do. (see page 506) 
" James C, baker, h. 3 Somerset 
" Mary A., widow of William S., house 

7 Lambert avenue 
" William H., carpenter, h. 1 Saville, 

corner Appleton 
" see Leitch 
Leacy Smith, painter (F. R. R. shop), 

boards 75 Cambridge 
Leahy David, laborer, h. 128 Bridge 

" Edward V., painter 220 North ave., 
boards 39 Cedar 
John, canvasser, b. 245 Mt. Auburn 
James, carpenter, b. 128 Bridge 
John, laborer, h. 11 Hayes ct. 
John, laborer, h. 87 Spruce 
James, mason (B.), h. 114- Hampshire 
John J., wood turner (B.), boards 
57 North 



Leahy Lizzie A. Miss, dressmaker, 114 

Hampshire, house do. 
" Michael, driver Oamb. R. R. Co., 

house 204 Franklin 
" Michael, shipper 169 Gore, house 203 

Camb. [at Chelsea 

" Michael, teamster 13 Broadway, h. 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 245 Mt. Auburn 
" Thomas, laborer (B. & M. R. R.). 

house 57 North 
" Thomas, mason, h. 4 Antrim 
" Thomas F., iron worker, Boston 

Bridge Works, boards 57 North 
" William, currier, Dudley 
" see Lahey 
Leake Christopher, carpenter, house 11 

Fairmont ave. [86 Winsor 

Lealand Caroline C, widow of Charles, h. 

" Charles H., clerk 168 Main, bds. 86 

Winsor 
" see Leland 
Leane John, currier, b. 7 Reed 

LEARNED CLARENCE E. 
detective (27 Doane, rooms 13 and 

14, B.), house 6 Acorn (see p. 504) 
" Kate C, widow of Levi L. , house 

10 Acorn 
" see Leonard 
Leary Cornelius T., printer Riverside 

Press, house 193 Franklin 
" James, furniture p lisher, Second, c. 

Thorndike, h. 30 Spring 
" Jeremiah, at Am. Rubber Co., rooms 

77 Broadway 
" Jerome, machinist B. & L. R. L., h. 

at Arlington 
" John, bookbinder Riverside Press, h. 

19 Hews 
" John, hostler Murray-street stable, 

Cambridge R. R. Co., b. 15 Warren 
" John, tailor, 436£ Main, h. 24 Harrison 
" John, watchman Chas. River Street 

Railway Co., h. 31 Harvard 
" John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, house 

at Charlestown 
" Michael, confectioner, 1 Harvard sq. 

house 31 Baldwin 
" Michael, lab., bds. 24 Harrison 
" Patrick, hostler, 565^ Main, house 80 

Kinnaird 
" Thos., moulder H. M. Bird, Pelham, 

house 31 Harvard [Thorndike 

" Timothy, teamster, 169 Gore, h. 88 
" see O' Leary 
Least Walter, plasterer, 610 Main, h. do. 
Leathe Melinda E. Miss, h. 5 State 
Leather Edgar, bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 
Leavitt A., provisions, 432 Cambridge 
' ' Charles E. , tea broker (38 Broad, B. ) 

house 25 Hudson 
" Charles H., clerk (490 Wash., B.), 

bds 92 Auburn 
" Erasmus D., house 11 Warland 



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L r, avitt Erasmus D. jr., mechanical engin- 
eer, 60-t Main, house 127 Magazine 
" Frank, trimmer, 232 North av., bds. 

Porter's Hotel 
" Fred H. (Leavitt & Pierce), cigars, 

438 Harvard, bds. 67 Ellery 
" G. E., carpenter, First, between 

Thorndike and Spring 
" Henry F., manager A. Leavitt, 432 

Cambridge, house at Everett 
" Henrv T., grocerie , 361 Main, house 

6 Clark 
" Ira H., clerk N. A. Oyster Co. (F. 

H. market, B.), h. 5 Franklin 
" James, baker Memorial Hall, house 

35 Cowperthwaite 
" John L., extract mnfr. (64 Broad, 

B.), house 70 Antrim 
" Lucy A. L., widow of George W. , 

house 92 Auburn 
" Mary, widow of house 22 South 
" Wm., carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon, 

B.), house 1 Fayette 
" Wm. H., brass finisher (53 Sudbury, 

B.), bds. 31 Cherry 
" Wm. J. D., music teacher (433 
Washington, room 16, B.), hou6e 
16 Fayette 
" & Pierce (Fred H. Leavitt and 
Wallace Pierce), cigars and 
liards, 438 Harvard 
" see Levitt 
Leavy John, painter, h. 112 Hampshire 

LEBEBT DAVID (estate 
bread and fancy cake baker, 
Bridge ^see p. 486) 
" Henry F., driver, 163 Bridge b. do. 
" Magdalena, widow of David, house 
163 Bridge 
LeBlanc Lawrence, lab., house 51 Dublin 
LeCain George W., butter, eggs, etc., h. 
32 Green 
" Helen M. C, widow of Wm., 

house 32 Green 
" Sarah Mrs., dressmaker, 32 Green, 
house do. 

LECHITIERE NATIONAL 
BAM, 66 Cambridge, Lewis Hall, 
pres., George A. Lloyd, cashier 
(see page 469) 
LeClair Tufile, brick maker B. S. B. Co., 

house 111 Spruce 
Leddy Charles, polisher, Second, c. Thorn- 
dike, house 136 Spring 
" Hannah M., wid. of John, h. 8 Fourth 
" James, engineer SortwelPs distillery, 
h. Distillhouse, next Somerville 
line 
" Thomas F., wood carver, b. 8 Fourth 
Ledger William, plumber, 12 Brattle 
Ledwith Bernard H., organ varnisher, 162 

Broadway, house at Boston 
Lee Berletta, bookkeeper, 538 Main, boards 
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Lee Blewett H., student H. U., rooms 34 
Wendell 
" David, driver, 195 Broadway, bds. 

Harrison 
" Edward T., student, rooms 50 Green 
" Eliza, widow of Wallace, house 33 

Hastings 
" Geo., lab., house 57 Harvard 
" Isaac J., jeweller, b. 31 Howard 
" James, waiter, 108 Cambridge, b. do. 
" James, wire dresser H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 21 School 
" James H., fish dealer, h. 11 Gardner 
" James L., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

house 47 Brookline 
" John, baker, 502 Main 
" John, porter Pullman palace car E. 
Lechmere Bank building, 6Q Cambridge 
R R. (B.), house r. 19 Grant 
" John H., brass finisher, bds. r. 79 

Hastings 
" Mark, lab., h. 105 Spruce 
" Michael, stone cutter, 10 Bridge, h. 

1 Ayer's block, Third 
" Nathaniel H., porter, h. 31 Howard 
" Rebecca Mrs., house 25 Bow 
" Richard T., blacksmith, house r. 79 
Hastings [r. 7> Hastings 

" Richard T. jr., moulder, 356 Main, b. 
" Sam, laundry, 70 Cambridge, house 

at Boston 
" Wah, laundry. 119 3-4 Camb., h. do. 
" Wah, laundry, 523 Main, h. do. 
" Wah, 376 Cambridge, house do. 
" Walter, blacksmith, 232 North ave., 

bds. 40 Spruce 
•' Wm., cooper. 138 Gore, h. 37 Willow 
" Wm., liquors, 249 Mt Auburn, h. do. 
" Wm. J., lab., bds. r. 79 Hastings 
" Wm. W., hostler, h. 129 River 
Leeds Daniel D., foreman of varnishers 
(1287 Washington, B.), house 123 
Franklin 
" Edwin F., trav. salesman (B.), house 
123 Franklin 
Leest Walter, plasterer, house 420 Main 
LeFave Jos., livery stable, 15 Frank, h. do. 
LeFord Louis, cabinet maker, Otis, c. First 
Lefevre Alexander, dry pressman, River- 
side Press 
LeFrancis Charles, clerk, 599 Main, bds. 
44 Bigelow [Bigelow 

" Fred, clerk (85 Oliver, B.), bds. 44 
" Peter, cigars and tobacco, 599 Main, 
h. 44 Bigelow 
LeGalle Frank, mill hand, 3 Hampshire, 

rms. 45 Winsor 
Leger Frank, restaurant (22 Merrimac, 
B.), h. Concord av., n. Niles Bros. 
Legere Amos, ship carpenter, h. 146 Third 

" Joseph F., ice man, h. 146 Third 
Legg Charles A., engineer, H. U. , h. 30 
Madison 
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Leggett John, carpenter, h. 28 Mt. Auburn 
LeGrand i elix, foreman, G4 Dublin, house 
147 do. 
" John L. B., tinsmith, h. 5 Somerset 
Lehan Daniel W., polisher (^27 Sudbury, 
B. N i, house 61 Gore [41 do. 

" Dennis II., horse-shoer, 19 Gore, h. 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 2;'> Hayes Ct. 
" Michael J., var isher, b. 21 Fourth 
Lehmkuhl Thomas H., printer, (352 Wash. 
B.), bds. (50 Carab. 
" Wm. B., clerk, 89 Camb., b. GO do. 
" Wm. H., cabinet maker, Second, c, 
Thorndike, h. 60 CL'mb. 
Leiblein Lizzie Mrs., h. 4 Buck's block, 

Seventh 
Leighteizer Benjamin C, compositor, 19 
Brattle h. 5 Green 
" James F., shoemaker, h. 12 Douglass 
" Wm., elk., 403 Main, b. 12 Douglass 
Leighton Charles A., painter, b. 41 Jay 
" Ellen X., teacher, Otis primary 

school, bds. 139 Otis 
" Jane, wid. of John H., h. 22 Winter 
" John E., conductor. Camb. R. R. Co. 
" John H., foreman Amer. Net and 
Twine Co., foot Second, house at 
Somerville 
Thomas, conductor. Camb. R.R.Co., 
house 12 Fourth 
Leitch James, laborer, h. 12 "Warren 

" Johnson, engineer (87 Court, B.), h. 
2 Second street ct. 
Lel^ridv Frank, book binder. Riverside 
Press, h. 19 Fairmont av. 
" Frederick, chair maker (57 Fulton, 

B.), bds. 2 Clinton 
" James, foreman, 70 Norfolk, h. 20 

Tremont 
" Peter, driver. Sixth, cor. Potter, rms. 

159 Thorndike 
" see Lealand 
Lelasheur Jas.. fish cutter(361 Atlantic av., 
B.), bds. 93 Gore 
" John, fish cutter (361 Atlantic av. , 

B.), bds. 93 Gore 
" Mary, widow, h. 93 Gore 
Leman Cornelia M. . widow of George H. , 

bds. 81 Wash. 
Lemay Julia A. (Hamilton & Leraay), In- 
man sq. Bakery, 128 Inman, h. at 
Somerville 
Lemon John, chiropodist, 613 Main, h. 7 
Watson 
" Lewis, crayon artist, h. 7 Watson 
" Moses, artist, h. 7 Watson 
Lemont Anna Mrs., cook, h. r. 140 Pleas- 
ant [h. 86 Gore 
Lenfest Charles, clerk (2 Exchange. B.), 
" Granville B., printer, 68 Cambridge, 

h. 123 Thorndike 
" Jane, Avidow, h. 86 Gore 
" Thos. H., music printer (21 School, 
B.), bds. 40 Western av. 



Lenfest Thomas II. jr., music printer (21 

School, B.j, bds. 40 Western av. 
Lennon Hugh, house Crescent av. 

" James E. (J. Lennon & Son), grocer, 

145 Pearl, h. 141 do. 
" John, auctioneer and real estate, and 
(J. Lennon & Son), grocer, 145 
Pearl, h 141 do. 
" J. & Son (John and James E. Len- 
non). groceries and provisions, 145 
Pearl 
" Martin, brass finisher, h. 15 Valentine 
" Michael, laborer, h. Crescent av. 
Lennox Frederick, carpenter, h. 126 Kin- 
naird 
" Wm., laborer, Mt. Auburn cemetery, 
h. 153 Gushing 
Lenoir Frederick, riveter, Third, c. Potter 
Lenox John, clerk, \2ti Inman, bds. 95 
Hampshire 
" John M., letter collector (P. O., B.), 
h. 95 Hampshire 
Lent Emma Miss, tailoress, b. 31 Holyoke 
Leonard Agnes L. Miss, book-keeper, 245 
Broadway, bds. 126 Winsor 
" Andrew B., elerk (518 Wash., B.), 

bds. 71 Third 
" Elizabeth, widow, bds. 28 Vine 
" Ellen A. Mrs., house keeper, 107 

Green, bds. do. 
<■'• Emma Miss, bds. 697 Main 
" Geo. A., salesman (377 Wash., B.), 

bds. 94 Norfolk 
" Geo. T., salesman (State. B.), bds. 

94 Norfolk 
" John, wool puller, bds. 7 Cedar 
" John D., gardener, h. 126 Winsor 
" Mary, widow of Richard, h. 12Magee 
" Michael, molder, 356 Main, house at 

Boston 
" Roderick, planer, Woodbury bldg. , 

Otis, h. at Somerville 
" Thomas, h. 19 Gore 
" Wm., book agent, h. 8 Third 
" Wm., harness maker (B.), house 71 

Third 
" see Learned 
LePage Wm.. cabinet maker, Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, h. at E. Boston 
Lepper Win. H., cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury bldg.. Otis. h. at Boston 
LeProhon Henrv G.. clerk (Atlantic av., 

B.), h. 242 Cambridge 
Lerned Benjamin, h. rear 354 North ave. 
" Lucy Miss.h. 358 North a v. 
" Rebecca R. Miss. h. 358 North av. 
" Walter H., butter and eggs, house 

319 North avenue 
" see Learned, also Leonard 
Lerner Frank, gardener. 11 Quincy. h. 14 
Mt. Auburn 
" Fred, merchant tailor. 833 Main, h. 

253 Franklin 
" John, gardener, h. 1 Banks 



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Lerner Joseph, nurse, h. 12 Mt. Auburn 
LeSage H., packer, Amer. Rubber Co., 
Potter [pect 

Leslie Benjamin A., mariner, h. 132 Pros- 
Lester Edwin, silver plater (B.), h. 12 East 
" Moses W., money broker (99 Court, 

B.), h. 182 Lake View av. 
" X. A. Miss, teacher of painting, bds. 
182 Lake View av. 
LeSure Ansel P., h. 41 Waldeu 
Lethbridge Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, 2 

Cedar, sq., h. do. 
Letsom Philip H., carpenter, h. 230 Pearl 
Leuchte Bernhard, at 9 Boylston, house at 
West Somerville 
" Gu*tave, restaurant, 9 Boylston, h. 
at West Somerville 
Levell Ellen, widow of Andrew, h. Gar- 
den ct. , 2d on left from Dublin 
L EVERETT OEORCtE V., law- 
yer (47 Devonshire, room 20, B.), 
h. 5 Ellery (see p. 503 j 
" Rebecca R. Miss, h. 5 Ellery 
Levin Arthur A., brush maker, b. 26 

mont 

Levin Harriet, widow of James F., h 

North avenue 

" Wm. E., clerk, b. 152 North av 

Levit Morris, variety store, 187 Camb. 

grocer, 121 Spring, h. do. 

" see Leavitt [Lopez 

Levy Aaron, clerk (28 Green, B.), h. 23 

" Abraham, clothing (28 Green, B.), 

h. 23 Lopez [North av. 

" Morris N., cutter (Wash., B.), h. 322 

Lewellen David, carriage painter, 232 North 

avenue, h. at Arlington 
Lewin Henry, shade-roller maker. 
20 Brookline 
" M. A. Mrs., b. 277 Harvard 
" N.S., wood turner, 368 Main 
Lewis AbbieA. Miss, teacher, Dana 
ary school, boards 14 St >ry 
" Angeline H., widow of Daniel, 

22 Winsor 
" Ann, widow of Henry P., h, 14 Story 
" Bros. (Henry S. and Warren N. Lew- 
is), hairdressers, 25 Piver 
" Chas. H., chief clerk, B. & L. R. R. 
shop, Bridge, c. Prison Point, h. at 
West Somerville [Warland 

*' Chas. J., general merchandise, h. 14 
" Chas. S., supt. (518 Wash., B.), h. 

Highland avenue 
" Chas. T., cook, h. 1 Butler's court 
" Clarence H., decorator, N. E. Glass 
Works, b. 12 Fifth 

LEWIS DAVID W., Akron sewer 
pipe, Harvard, near G. J. R. R., and 
(80 Water, B.J), h. at Hyde Park 
(see p. 4) 
" Edw. R., book-keeper (128 Cross, 
B.), house 71 School [h. do. 

" Ellen M. Miss, dressmaker, 27 Ash, 



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Lewis Elmer L.. carpenter (Chapman, cor. 
Emerald, B.), b. 115 Magazine 

" Ensign L., tin worker, 153 Putnam 
avenue, h. 115 Magazine 

" Fortunato, hairdresser, 101^ Camb., 
b. 186 Bridge 

" Frederick, brush finisher (290 Com'l, 
B.), house 85 Vine 

" Fredericka N. Miss, b. 14 Story 

" Geo. A., conductor, Chas. R. Street 
Railway Co. [South 

" Geo. W., porter, 444 Harvard, h. 21 

" Henry C, furniture mover, 3 Har- 
vard row, h. 19 Front 

" Henry S. (Lewis Bros.), hairdresser, 
25 River, b. 286^ Broadway 

" James M., clerk, 88 Camb., rms. do. 

" John J., cabinet maker, 44 Camb., h. 
at Charlestown 

" Joseph, waiter, h. 38 Portland 

" Joseph T.. laborer, Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. 186 Bridge 

" Mary A. Miss, teacher, Board man 
primary school, b. 16 Lincoln 

" Mary E." widow, h. 286^ Broadway 

" Samuel, plumber. 12 Brattle, house 
89 Auburn 

" Theodore A., trav. salesman (12 Sum- 
mer, B.), h. 4 Rockwell 

" Thos., laborer, h. 9 Cowperthwaite 

" Warren N. (Lewis Bros.), hairdres- 
ser, 25 River, b. 286^ Broadway 

" Wm. E., conductor, Camb. R. R. Co. 
b. at Brighton 

" Wm. H., clerk, h. 50 Clark 

" Wm. K., b. 7 Temple 
Libbey Edward Drummond (Wm. L. Lib- 
bey & Son), prop., N. E. Glass 
Works, North, c. Water, house at 
Winchester 

" Frederick, carpenter, B. & L. R. R. 
shop, house at Boston 

" Frederick A., engineer, h. 88 Banks 

" Wm. L. & Son (Edward Drummond 
Libbey), pr ps., N. E. Glass Works 
North, c. Water, and (155 Frank- 
lin, B.) 
Libby A. J., officer, House of Correction, 
ro .ms 62 Thorndike 
Granville L., elk., 591 Main, rms. do. 
Horace K. , driver (165 Summer, B.) 

b. 96 Otis 
H. L., painter, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
Isaac, teamster (165 Summer, B.), 

h. 96 Otis 

Patrick, teamster, 256 Bridge, b. Gore 

Tobias, teamster (60 Purchase, B.), 

h. 97 Otis [Hamilton 

Liddy Thos., printer (115 High, B.), h. 5 

Lienhardt Anna, widow of Geo., house 90 

Sixth 

" Geo. C, parcel driver (33 Summer, 
B.), boards 90 Sixth 



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Lienhardt Henry EL, clerk (Wash., B.)i b. 

90 Sixth 
44 Wm. E., furniture finisher (20Chs*n 

B.)i boards 90 Sixth 
Lightzer lienj. C, compositor, 686 Main. 

house 5 Green 
44 James F., shoemaker, 402 Harvard, 

house 12 Douglass 
Liljegren Ludwig, upholsterer, boards 5 

Rogers' brick block. Main 
Lill Geo., watch-case finisher (,B.), bouse 

144 Pearl 
Lilloy Fred W., clerk, P. II. R. freight 

depot JChas'n), b. 184 Thorndike 
44 Thomas, carriagesmith, bouse 184 

Thorndike 
Lincoln Alfred (Adams & Lincoln), dry 

goods, 98, 207 and 473 Camb., bds. 

188 do. 
44 Chas. A.., carpenter, McLean Asylum 

(Somerville), h. 16 Fifth 
44 Chas. A., dr., carver, h. 32 Broadway 
44 Chas. G.. action maker, 150 Broad- 
way, b. 58 Sidney 
44 Chas. S., inspector. Board of Health, 

City Hall. h. 58 Sidney 
44 Edwin EL, photographer, 88 River, 

h. at Dorchester 
44 Elizabeth S., widow of Henry C, 

house 586 Main 
44 Frank W., box maker, 1,69 Gore, b. 

74 do. [686 Main 

44 Harry L., inspector C. W. W., house 
44 John, laborer, 1G9 Gore, house 180 

Columbia 
44 John L., carpenter Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co.. house 28 Worcester 
44 Joshua, clerk, Riverside Press, house 

30 Irving [Lopez 

44 Nathaniel, clerk, P. O. (B.), h. 19 
44 Nathan, teacher of music Cambridge 

schools, h. 18 Fayette 
44 Nathan F. , clerk (33 Commercial, B. ) 

bds. 18 Fayette 
44 Nathan P.. teamster. Revere Sugar 

Refinery, rooms 116 Spring 
44 Richard H., piano maker, 20 Albany 

house at Dedham [Gore 

44 Wm. F., box maker. 169 Gore, h. 74 
44 Wm. H.. shipping clerk, 1(39 Gore, b. 

15 Fifth 
Lindahl Andrew, tailor (B.), h. 2 Bristol 
Lindberg Axel, carriage smith, 133 Main, 

house (i Pioneer av. 
44 Lars, cabinet maker. 626 Main 
Lindner Bertbold, organ varnisher, 162 

Broadway, house 71 Sixth 
Lindermann Max, wood carver, 44 Camb., 

bds. 38 Spring 
Lindsay Sarah A., wid. of C. O., house 438 

Main 
Lindsey Frank A., clerk (130 State, B.), b. 

303 Broadway 



Lindsey George W.. clerk Ms Congress, 
B. . boards 808 Broad* ay 
44 John. <lcrk li. i, b. L ; 7t*. Broadway 

LINDSEY P. ALLEN., merchant 
tailor (867 Wash., II. I, b. 808 Broad- 
way (see opposite) 
44 Susan, house rear s>i Harvard 

Lindskof Gnstav, safe maker. 17 Main 
Lindskom John, cabinet maker, 1). 1.'. Vine 
Lindstrom John T., cabinet maker, 44 
Camb. . bouse at Boston 

Linehan Charles, teamster and contractor. 

256 Bridge and (86 Btawley, B.), h. 

562 Cambridge | Soin. 

11 Cornelius, teamster 256 Bridge, h. at 

Linell Gustave, draughtsman 22.3 Bridge, 

rooms 122 ( bis 

11 see LinneU 

Linfield Adrianna F.. wid. of Augustus, 

boarding house, 1 Garden 
Ling Chas. W., salesman (Merchants row, 
B.), house 7b Clark 
44 Walter, brass molder, h. 79 Clark 
Linhares Frank, organ maker 103 Gore. h. 
at Boston [Fifth 

44 Joan, organ maker 103 Gore, b. 69 
44 Joseph, organ maker 103 Gore. h. 69 
Fifth 
Linn Eliza Mrs., h. rear 382 Cambridge 
" Eliazbeth Mrs., h. r. 452 Cambridge 
44 Frank, law student, rms. 29 Holyoke 
44 John, laborer, house 5 Vine 
44 John, teamster, h. 106 Webster av. 
44 Wm. 11.. lithograph printer, b. r. 452 
Cambridge 
Linnehan Cornelius M.. book agent (B.), 
house 6 Buck's blk.. Seventh 
44 Daniel, laborer, house Roger's court 
44 David, laborer. Waverly, c. Talbot 
44 Dennis, shoemaker. 544 Main. b. do 
44 John, stone cutter, foot Aver's wharf 

Third 
44 Mary. wid. of Daniel, h. Rogers ct. 
44 Thomas, laborer, 109 Gore, boards 12 

MeCabe 
44 Thomas, machinist, b. Rogers ct. 
44 see Linehan [137 Webster ave. 

Linnell Calvin N., machinist, 92 Main, h. 
44 Chas. L., painter, bds. 172 Columbia 
44 Mary, wid. of Wm., boarding house, 
172 Columbia 
Linney Albert J., sawyer Woodbury bldg., 
Otis, house 89 Union 
44 Susan Mrs., h. 125 Webster avenue 
Linskey John, laborer, C H. North & Co. 
(Somerville). h. 4 Jefferson 
44 Patrick, laborer, house 33 Porter 
Linton Boston, cook. Memorial Hall. rms. 
9 Baldwin court [ct. 

44 Chas. E., salesman (B.), h. 3 Union 
44 James, foreman 17 Main, house 79 

Washington 
44 John, stonecutter. First, near Spring 
boards James O'Connor's, foot First 



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Lippey Joseph, cabinet maker, Otis, c. First 

house 49 Spring 
Lippincott Sarah E., wid. h. 148 Mt. Auburn 
Lisher Frank, laborer, h. r. 159 Broadway 
Litchfield Allen J., clerk (103 Devonshire, 
B.), boards 17 Green 
" Benj. C, plumber, n. 499 Main 
" Frank W., bds. 46 Sidney 
" Geo. W. B., pressman Riverside Press 
house 87 Putnam av, 

LITCHFIELD HARRY E., pic- 
ture frames and mnfr. of mouldings, 
187 Camb., h. 74 Spring (see p. 487) 

" Horace D., undertaker, 477 Main, b. 
488 do. [17 Green 

" Judson, undertaker, 477 Main, house 

" Otis V., regulator, 162 Broadway, h. 
108 Prospect 

" Roland, undertaker, h. 46 Sidney 

" Sarah A., wid. of Roland, h. 488 Main 
Litscher Peter, etcher, N. E. Glass Works 
house 62£ Winter [89 Spring 

Littell E. Eugene, spring fitter, 12 Gore, h. 
Little, Brown & Co. (John Bartlett, Thos. 
W. Deland, John M. Brown and 
Geo. Flagg), book binders, Black- 
stone, opp. Riverside Press 

" Catherine, widow of Allen F., house 
80£ Green 

" David, watchman B. & A. R. R. , (Cot- 
tage. Farm depot, B.), h. 26 Brewery 

" Frank W., confectionery, h. 1 Cen- 
tral pi. 

" John, special police Public Library, 
639 Main, h. 117 Green 

'• Richard G., vocalist, h. 40 Plymouth 
Littlefield AdoniranrJ. (A. J. Littlefield & 
Co.), provisions, 148 North ave., h. 
5 Eustis ct. 

" A. J. & Co. (Adoniram J. Littlefield 
and Andrew J. Lovell), provisions, 
148 North ave. 

" Armine W. Miss, h. 64 Cherry 

" Daniel W., expressman, h. 22 River 

" Dependence S., piano hammer cov- 
erer, 330 Main, h. 465 do. 

" Eliza, widow of Edward F., h. 24 
Watson 

LITTEEFIELD EEHIER (W. 
A. Greenough & Co.), compiler, pub- 
lisher and printer, Cambridge City 
Directory, 5 Harvard sq., Cam- 
bridge, 575 Main, Cambridgeport 
aud (31 Milk, B.), h at Topsfield 

Elmer H., asst. supt. C. R. R. Co., 
h. 134 River 

Frank, bookkeeper (B. & L. R. R., 
B.), rooms 26 Fifth 

Fred A., book keeper (494 Washing- 
ton, B.), b. 5 Gerry 

George A., machinist (118 Merrimac, 
B.), h. 117 Winsor 

George E. (B.), h. 16 Chester 



Littlefield George T., cutter (28 Summer, 
B.), h. 12.Mellen 
Helen L. Miss, h. 24 Watson 
John Sherman, collector, b. 1 Garden 
Junius W., driver C. R. R. Co., h. 

347 Cambridge 
Lucinda L., h. 5 Gerry 
Lydia, widow of Solomon, house 64 
Cherry [10 Mellen 

Nathan C, janitor Weld Hall, H.U.,h. 
Walter F., clerk (18 P. O. sq., B.), 

b. 10 Mellen 
William R., trimmer (19 Washington, 
B.), b. 465 Main 
Littlehales Benjamin, 126 Portland, house 

Lilac court 
Littlejohn Clement E., rags etc., bds. 98 

Austin 
Livermore Frederick O., action maker, 113 
Broadway, b. 36 Essex 
" Geo. Mrs., h. 1 Dana 
" Henry G., student H. U., boards 24 

North avenue 
'• John, b. 287 Harvard 
" Joseph P., patent solicitor (40 Water, 

room 40, B.), h. 11 Everett 
" Leonard J. Rev., pastor Unitarian 

church (Danvers), h. 24 North av. 
" Oliver W., h. 36 Essex 
" Warren G., yard officer House of 
Correction, Thorndike, cor. Third, 
bds. Hotel Cambridge 
Livesey Frank B.,book keeper (91 Clinton, 

B.), h. 7 Rice 
Livigne Antoine, brickmaker,h. 134 Spruce 
Livingston Annie E., key busher, 139 
Broadway, b. 104 Norfolk 
" Katherine, widow of Archibald, h. 

180 Cambridge 
" James, mailing rooms (147 A Milk, 

B.), h. 55 North 
" Lucy C, widow of Benjamin F., h. 

104 Norfolk 
'* William, machinist, 356 Main 
" Wm. D., mill hand, 3 Hampshire, h» 
97 Washington 
Lloyd Emily Miss, h. 46 Concord av. 
" George, carpenter, h. 155 Spring 

LEOYH GEORGE A., cashier 
Lechmere National Bank, 6Q Camb., 
h. at Arlington 
" Thomas, hackman, 120 Green, h. 9£ 

Hamilton 
11 Wm. E., teller Cambridge National 
Bank, 87 Cambridge, b.at Arlington 
Loan Alex, soap maker, b. 209 Columbia 
" James, barrels, h. 6 Water 
" John, laborer, 221 Bridge 
" John James, soft soap maker, 209 Co- 
lumbia, h. do. 
Loch Martin, currier Miiller Bros., h. 25 
Harvey [Dover 

Locke Almira D., widow of Stephen, h. 9 



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Locke Charles A., leather (224 Congress, 
B.), h. 17 Clinton 
Davis, prop. Porter's Hotel, 185 No. 

avenue, h. do. 
Edgar 11.. provisions, 220 North av., 

h. 293 do. 
Evelyn J. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, b. 281 North av. 
Evelyn J., widow of Wm. P., h. 281 
North av. [Allston 

Frank, salesman (93 High, B.), b. 97 
Geo. H., clerk, b. G Rice 
Henry A., clerk (31 High, B.), b. 97 

Allston 
Horatio, provisions f42 and 44 F. H. 

market, B.), h. 285 North av. 
H. Austin, clerk (42 F. H. market, 

B.), h. 14 Dover 
James, clerk, 507 Main, h. 14 Wor- 
cester [Magazine 
John, salesman (39 High, B.), h. 21 
John T., h. 97 Allston 
Joseph, designer N. E. Glass Works, 
h. at Glenwood [nam av. 
Warren A., music teacher, h. 10 Put- 
William E., hostler, Bancrofts' sta- 
ble, h. at Somerville 
Lockett Jacob L.. butler, h. 1 Nichols pi. 
Lockhart Albert E., undertaker, 203 Bridge, 
h. 61 Otis 
" Charles H,. undertaker, 203 Bridge, 

h. 148 Cambridge 
" David, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h, 

137 Cambridge 
". Edward A., teamster, b. 130 Winsor 
" Frank, 203 Bridge, b. 148 Camb. 
" Geo. A., 203 Bridge, h. 150 Camb. 
" Harrison S., salesman (481 Wash., 

B.), b. 61 Otis 
" Matthias, currier, h. 25 Harvey 
" Wm. A., casket coverer, 203 Bridge, 
b. at Somerville 

LOCKHART WJtI. L,., furnishing 
undertaker and mnfr. of coffins, cas- 
kets etc., 191 to 209 Bridge, h. at 
Belmont (see p. 485) 
Lockhead David, carpenter, Otis, c. First, 

h. at Boston 
Locklin Hannah L. , widow of Edward, mil- 
liner 208 Pearl, h. do. 
" Mary Miss, h. 60 Boylston 
Lockwood Bessie 8., widow of Hiland, h. 5 
Walnut ave. 
" Leander C, carpenter, First, corner 

Thorndike, h. 44 Spring 
" Leverett L., engineer, Riverside 

Press, h. 12 Blackstone 
" Ruth A. , widow of William, house 186 
Hampshire 
Loeffler Jacob F., shade painter, 15 

Blanche, h. 26 Walnut ct. 
Lofstrom Andrew, foreman of cabinet- 
room, 44 Cambridge, h. at Wyoming 



Loft William, telephone lineman, 628 Main, 

h. '.) Rogers' hlk. , Main 

Loftus John 11., conductor, C. R.R. Co., h. 

at Boston [Pearl 

Logan David J., book binder (B.).bds. 166 

" Jenat, wid. of James, h. 156 Pearl 

" Jenat Miss, paper-hox maker (B.), b. 

156 Pearl 
" John, lab., h. 15 School 
" Margaret, wid. of Andrew, h. 7 Huron 
" Sarah, wid.. h. 2 Cedar sq. 
Loges Carl, fresco painter (B.), h. 20 Hub- 
bard ave. 
Loheed William J., machinist, h. 1 Rogers' 

brick blk., Main 

Lombard Annie, teacher, 46 Concord ave., 

bds. do. [lace 

" Annie C, Mid. of Charles, h. 19 Wal- 

" Eugene J., baker, h. 240 Franklin 

" F. P., bootmaker, Amer. Rubber Co. 

LOMBARD HEKBERT E., 
book, job and newspaper printer, 
636 Main, and 19 Brattle sq. , h. 65 
Prospect (see p. 492 and 493) 
" James M., lab., h. 22 School-st. pi. 

LOMBARD NATHAN C, me- 
chanical engineer and patent solici- 
tor (40 State, B.), h. 125 Prospect 
(see p. 18) 
" Richard P., 1 ther, h. 71 Washington 
" Walter E., treas., Co. B., 1st Reg., 
h. 119 Concord ave.. Somerville 

LONDON ASSURANCE COR- 
PORATION OF JLONDON, 
ENGLAND, Joseph Whitte- 
more, agt., 613 Main, over Post-of- 
fice, and (42 Congress, Boston) (see 
advt. opp. his name) 
Lonergan David, grocer, 162 Dublin, h. do. 
" David E., eleetrotyper, b. 97 Spruce 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 97 Spruce 
Long Abiel E. (Maccabee & Long) , under- 
taker, 238 North ave., h. 10 Rice 
" Andrew, blower, N. E. Glass Works. 

h. 26 Second 
" A. S. Miss, dressmaker, 32 Mount 

Auburn, h. do. 
" Daniel, foreman of finishers (48 

Canal, B.), h. 19 Perry 
" David, blower, N. E. Glass Works, h. 

93 Third 
li Dennis, bloAver, N. E. Glass Works. 

bds. 93 Third 
" Ivory, mill hand, 3 Hampshire 
" Jeremiah, lab., bds. 10 Seventh 
" Jeremiah, lab. Riverside Press, and 

grocer, 55 Banks, h. do. 
" John, coachman, bds. 104 Sparks 
" John, coachman, F. I. Eustis, Bond, 
bds. do. [h. do. 

" John, grocer, and liquors, 49 Gore. 
" John, teamster, 68 Bridge, b. 93 Third 
" John H., carpenter, h. 36 Auburn 



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LONG JOHN J., plumber, 99 Cam- 
bridge, h. 112 Gore (see p. 490) 
" L. Mortimer, carpenter, b. 36 Auburn 
" Michael, lab., h. 186 Winsor 
" Nellie Miss, bds. 36 Auburn 
" Patrick, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co. 
" Richard, bacon curer, Howe & Put- 
ney, r. 365 Cambridge, h. at Somer- 
ville 
" Sarah, wid. of George, h. 10 Rice 
" William H., clerk, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, Water, bds. 26 Second 
" William H., bds. 93 Third 
" William J., carpet upholsterer (450 
Washington, B.), h. 10 Sidney 
Longfellow Charles A., h. 105 Brattle 

" Samuel Rev., h. 105 Brattle 
Longfield Joseph, grocer, 93 Spruce, h. do. 
Longley Benjamin A.,, painter, 16 Central 
sq., h. at Somerville 
" Samuel H., clerk, P. O. (Brookline), 
h. 7 Essex [Otis 

Longshaw Margaret, wid. of William, h. 78 
Loomis Ann Eliza, wid. of Gustavus H., h. 
19 Erie 
" Carroll S., salesman (B.), h. 19 Erie 
" Winfred S., 105 Magazine,'h. 22 Lake 
Looney Daniel, lab., h. 5 McCabe 

" Daniel, shoemaker, h. 10 Somerset 

" John, h. 17 Hamilton 

" John F., bookbinder, Riverside Press, 

bds. 153 Pearl 
" William, bds. 12 McCabe 
Lopes Serigo Augustus, lumber dryer, 

First, cor. Thorndike, h. 1 Eighth 
Lopez Albert P., carpenter, h. 81 Putnam 

ave. 
Lorance Joseph, clerk, bds. 5 Mullin's ct. 
" Joseph S., h. 5 Mullin's ct. 
" Joseph Silveira, hairdresser, 202 
Bridge, h. 194 do. [Avon 

Lord Clarissa L., wid. of Charles, house 15 
" Frank W., traveling salesman, h. 9 

King pi. 
" Henry C., clerk (107 Washington, 

B.), h. 37Erie 
" Napoleon, overseer, Boston Coach 

Co. (192 Eliot, B.), h. 6 Blanche 
" William W.. clerk, 521 Main, boards 

Prospect House 
fi & Webster, hay, Prison Point, next 
drawbridge, and (250 Commercial, 
Boston) 
Lorden John, bootmaker, American Rubber 
Co., bds. 214 Bridge 
" John, lab., B. & Prov. R. R. freight 

depot (B.), h. r. 125 Third 
" Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 214 
Bridge 
Lorenson Christopher, express driver, h. 4 
Cowperthwaite 
" Emil, fresco painter, h. 72 Waverly 
Lorentzein Louis, turner, 162 Broadway, b. 
267 Putnam ave. 



Lorigan Thomas, laborer, John Reardon & 

Sons, h. 275 Putnam ave. 
Loring Frank L., tuner, 162 BroadAvay, h. 
r. 15 Antrim 
" George A., draughtsman, 225 Bridge, 
h. at Boston [Auburn 

" Hannah R. , wid. of Abram M., h. 83 
" Harriet E. Mrs., h. r. 15 Antrim 
" Horace D., piano regulator, 284 Main 
" Joana Mrs., h. 19 Tremont 
" Thomas A., cutter (95 Summer, B.), 

h. r. 15 Antrim 
" William H., conductor. C. R.R. Co. 
Lorrey Rober. A., carpenter, h. 13^ Frank- 
lin [Rogers' blk. Main 
Lorsson Fred, cabinet maker (B.), house 5 
" Fred, tailor (Brighton), h. 4 Rogers' 
blk., Main 
Lothman Charles, safe maker, 17 Main 
Lothrop Cummings L., clerk, boards 37 
Blackstone 
" George B., locksmith (370 Atlantic 

avenue, B.), house 37 Blackstone 
11 George B. Jr., locksmith (118 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 15 Tufts 
" Mehitable, widow of James B., house 
86 Fourth 
Lotz Christopher, laborer Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. 125 Gore 
" Edward H., com. mer. (29 Avon,B.) 
bds. 12o Gore 
Loud George W., driver, 79 Cambridge, h. 
395 do. 
" Walter E., baker, 407 Camb., h. do. 
" Willis, h. 395£ Cambridge 
Loughran Mary, widow of Michael, house 
70 Wright 
" Michael W., laborer, h. 70 Wright 
Loughrey Ann, widow of William, house 1 
Loughrey ave. 
" John (Robson & Loughrey), printers' 
tools, 112 Charles, h. 114 do. 
Lounsbury Harry L. , trav. ' salesman (35 
Portland*! B.), bds. 2 Crescent 
" William H. , printer Riverside Press, 
house 2 Crescent 
Lovejoy Virgil S., teamster, 243 Broadway 

house 28 Eighth 
Loveland Horace N., treas. Dover Stamp- 
ing Co., 153 Putnam ave., and (90 
North, B.), h. 305 Broadway 
Lovell Andrew J. (A. J. Lovell & Co.), 
grocer, 154 North avenue, and (62 
and 64 Cambridge, B.), and (A.J. 
Littlefield & Co.), provisions, 148 
North ave., h. 11 Forest 
" A. J. & Co. (Andrew J. and Fred W. 

Lovell), grocers, 154 North ave. 
" Fred W. (A. J. Lovell & Co.), grocer 

154 North ave., bds. 11 Forest 
" Harry F., book-keeper (62 Cambridge 

B.), bds. 11 Forest 
" Stephen, eooper, 169 Gore, rooms 
195 Cambridge 



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Lovelv Michael 

Suffolk 
Lovering James W., supt. Mt. 
cemetery, h. 228 Brattle 
M Joseph, Hollis Prof, of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy, H. U., h. 
38 Kirkland 
Lovett Catherine, widow of Thos., house 
35 Cowperthwaite 
" James P., baker, Memorial Hall, h. 

35 Cowperthwaite 
" John, laborer, h. 8 Beaver [Gerry 
" John, porter, 1 Harvard sq. , bds. 12 
" John M., teamster, bds. 12 (Jerry 
" Joseph I. Mrs., h. r. 13 Appian-way 
" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 12 Gerry 
" Michael, milkman, h. 1 Cowperthwaite 
Loveys Thomas S., upholsterer (450 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 31Kinnaird 
Lovis AddieL. Mrs., compositor (B.), bds. 

136 Cambridge 
Low Prank W. (J. W. Low & Son), currier 
Dudley cor. Reed, bds. at Boston 
" Pred C, photographer, 27 Central sq. 
h. 58 Pleasant [h. 65 Oxford 

" George W., clerk (38 Kilby, B.), 
" Horace G. , dry goods, 460 Harvard, 
rooms 54 Trowbridge [Oxford 

" Joseph H., confectionery, boards 65 
" Joseph W. (J. W. Low & Son), leath- 
er mnfr., Dudley, cor. Reed, house 
at Boston Highlands 
" J. W. & Son (Joseph W. and Prank 
W. Low), curriers, Dudley, corner 
Reed 
" L. Pred, confectionery, b. 65 Oxford 
" Mina S., negative retoucher, 27 Cen- 
tral sq., bds. 58 Pleasant [h. do. 
Lowe Pred M., physician, 282 North ave., 
" George Wm., salesman (18 Cornhill, 

B.), h. 340 Pearl 
" R. Thomas, painter, house rear 65 

Western ave. 
" Wm. H., carpenter, h. 8 Seventh 
Lowell Anna B., music teacher, boards 9 
Douglass 
" Charles P., driver, h. 108 Washington 
11 D. B., driver, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
" Ellen P., asst. librarian Public Libra- 
ry, bds. 9 Douglass 
" Pred, driver U. S. Mail wagon, 44 
Bridge [h. do. 

" Frederick H., apothecary, 439 Main, 
" Kate M. Miss, teacher Willard pri- 
mary school, b. 9 Douglass 
" Kenney C, carpenter, h. Saville, c. 

Apple ton 
" Wm. 0., blacksmith, Ayer's wharf, 
Third, h. 96 Sixth 
Lowery Jacob H., clerk, 114 Cambridge, 

rooms 116 Spring 
Lowney Dennis, laborer, b. 47 Winter 
" Jeremiah, labore , b. 47 Winter 
" Morris, laborer, h. 47 Winter 



Lowry George W., foreman of cutters N. 
E. Glass Works, North, h. at West 
Medford [Gray pi. 

" John, laborer. 184 Broadway, b'ls. 1 
" Michael, laborer, 184 Broadway, h. 
1 Gray pi. 
Loy Yoot, laundry, 218 Cambridge, h. do. 
Lucas Susan J., widow of Edward, h. So 
Washington [Vine 

Lucey Thomas, grocer, 199 Norfolk, h. do. 
Lucie Dennis, laborer, ()S Bridge, bds. 53 
Vine 
" Joannah, widow of Michael, house 53 
Luck George, at Rubber Works, bds. Ar- 
thur Bassett's, Harvard pi. 
Lucy Anthony, stereotyper (42 Arch. B.), 
h. 7 Lawrence 
" Charles C, hairdresser, 265 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
" Daniel, laborer, bds. 12 McCabe 
" Isabella, widow of Robert, house 7 

Lawrence 
" John, laborer, bds. 12 McCabe 
" Thomas H., captain police station, 1 
h. 122 Auburn [Harvard 

" Timothy, teamster, 168 Main house 32 
" see Lucey 
Luidv James G. , brush, maker (96 High, 
B.), h. 38 Winter 
" Owen, 169 Gore. h. 19 Third 
Ludemann J. A., Conrad, baker, 359 Main 

h. 4 Moore 
Ludgate Wm. B., night watchman (518 
Wash., B.), h. 74 Winsor 
" Wm. G., clerk ^95 Summer, B.), b. 
74 Winsor 
Lueck Christian, filler, 162 Broadway, h. 99 

Sixth 
Lufkin Charles A., driver 25 Chauncy, b. 
r. 81 Oxford 
" Elizabeth P. Miss, h. 35 Cottage 
" Russell, paper hanger, h. 3 Lechmere 
bldg., Lechmere sq. 
Luke Elijah H. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay 
and grain, 71 Main, h. 15 Maple av. 
11 Eugene R. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay 
and grain, 71 Main, bds. 15 Maple 
avenue 
" E. H. & Son (Elijah H. and Eugene 
R. Luke, , hay and grain. 71 Main 
" James, bds. 236 Broadway 
" Lauretta J. , wid. of Wm. H., b. 65 
Clark [b. 15 Maple av. 

" Walter J., clerk (103 Pearl, B.), 
Lull Prank H., music printer (451 Wash- 
ington, B.), b. 36 Austin 
" Frederick A., real estate agent, and 
auctioneer, 56'S Main, h. 36 Austin 
" Julia M. Mrs., housekeeper, 164 
North ave. , bds. do. 
Lum Margaret, widow of E., lodging- 
house, 165 Broadway 
Luna Maximillian P.. cabinet maker (8$ 
Washington, B.), h. Vandine 



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Lunas Joseph P., hairdresser, 8 Prospect, 

h. 3 Rollins court . [163 Otis 

Lund Jane Mrs., groceries, 16 Eighth, h. 

k ' Louis, engineer Lewis .Bros. (Somer- 

ville) h. 163 Otis 

Lundergan James W., milkman, house 98 

Tremont 

" John, blower N. E. Glass Works, h. 

42 Gore 
" Margaret, widow, b. 26 Second 
" Michael, currier, h. 5 Cogswell pi. 
Lundergren Charles, woodworker, bds. 87 

Harvard 
Lundgren August, laborer, State, cor. Os- 
born, b. 161 Main 
" Oren, boiler maker, 356 Main, bds. 

57 Portland 
" Stephen P., cabinet maker, I. & P. 
Piano Co., h. 57 Portland 
Lundin Carl A. P., telescope maker Alvan 
Clark & Sons, Henry, h. 259 Put- 
nam avenue [20 Harvard 
Lundstrom Andrew, blacksmith, 17 Main, h. 
Lundy John, hostler, Chas. K. St. Ry. Co., 

bds. at Somerviile 
Lungdoll Casper, laborer, h. 22 Warren 
Lunitz Bernard, engineer 105 Magazine, 
h. 12 Tufts 
" Charles, compositor, Riverside Press, 

h. 7 Daye ct. 
" Gustav, watchman, 105 Magazine 
Lunnin James P., wood carver, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Boston 
Lunt Alphonso M., County Commissioner, 
office, Court House, Third h. 92 
Otis [h. 118 Inman 

Geo. C, trav. salesman. 503 Main, 
Lucy M., widow of Moses, bds. 14£ 

Western are. 
Margaret, widow of Benj. P., h. 155 

Brookline 
Wm. Parsons, Mrs. h. 18 Appian-way 
William P. (Lunt & Hardy;, provi- 
sions, Inman sq., h. at Somerviile 
Wm. Parsons, jr. , clerk (71 Commer- 
cial, B.), bds. 18 Appian-way 
& Hardy (Wm. P. Lunt and Henry J. 
Hardy), provisions, Inman, corner 
Hampshire 
Luscombe Richard H., laborer, Cochrane 

Chemical Co., Potter, h. 1 State 
Lusk Bridget M. Miss. h. 11 Laurel 

" John, laborer, Third, cor. Rogers, h. 

21 Warren 
" Robert, machinist, 356 Main 
Luth John, liquors, 153 Spring, boarding- 
house, 63 Sixth 
Luther Charles K., janitor Harvard Skat- 
ing Rink, bds. 223 Green 
" Henry R., machinist, 356 Main, bds. 

10 Village 
" Thomas H. (Joy & Luther), carpen- 
ter, River, junction Western ave., 
h. 10 Village 



Lutz George, cabinet maker, 284 Main, h. 

85 Auburn 
Ly brand C. A., laborer, 225 Bridge 
Lyced James, laborer (B.), h. 137 Web- 
ster ave. [Poster 
Lycett Sam'l, coachman, 145 Brattle, h. 20 
Lycette John J., printer University Press, 
h. 24£ Putnam av. [vard sq. 
Lyceum Exchange, Lyceum building, Har- 
Lydiatt Thomas E., glazier, house 23 Elm 
Lydston Wm. H., relief-engineer Camb. 

Eire Department, h. 98 Hancock 
Lyer Charles, sausage maker, 170 Thorn- 
dike, room 71 Sixth 
Lyford George E., jeweler (207 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 9 Norris 
Lyman Charles L., foreman of action- 
makers, 139 Broadway, house at 
Woburn [8 Walnut ct. 

" David, carpenter, 74 Boylston, house 
" Ernest, plumber, 599£ Main, boards 
8 Walnut ct. 
Lynagh Richard, furniture, h. 451 Cam- 
bridge 
Lynam Matthew, mat mnfr. (Chandler, 

Som.), h. 308 North av. 
Lynch Albert E., clerk 607 Main, rms. do. 
" Bridget, widow of Thomas, house 
28 Andrew 
Charles, laborer, bds. 101 Brookline 
Cornelius, tailor (B.), h. 1 Tenth 
Cornelius, teamster Goepper Bros., 

rooms 11 Ninth 
Dennis E., machinist, h. 228 Franklin 
Edward, mill hand Otis cor. Eirst, 

house at Charlestown 
Edward, teamster, h. 55 Cedar 
Ellen, widow of Thomas, h. 30 Andrew 
Hannah, widow of Patrick, house 70 

Harvard 
James, laborer 169 Gore, h. 184 do. 
James (James H. Lynch & Co.), 

plasterer, h. 39 Cowperthwaite 
James P., grocer 142 Pearl, rms do. 
James P., laborer 184 Broadway, 

boards rear 63 Gore 
James P., peddler, h. 10 Berkshire pi. 
James H. (James H. Lynch & Co.), 

plasterer b. 39 Cowperthwaite 
& Co. (James H. and Jas. Lynch), 

plasterers, 39 Cowperthwaite 
James J., saloon 66 Harvard, h. do. 
Jeremiah, laborer 169 Gore, house 

24 Jefferson 
Jeremiah, sausage maker 169 Gore, 

house 169 Thorndike 
Johanna, widow of Cornelius, boards 

24 Hayes' court 
John, cabinet maker, h. 14 Otter 
John, coachman, h. 67 Moore 
John, laborer, h. 64 Boylston 
John, laborer 126 Portland, house 

Rolling Mill block, Briscol 
John, laborer 28 Bridge, h. 14 East 



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Lynch John, candy maker, b. 66 Harvard 
" John, painter, b. 83 Bridge 
" John, shade painter, b. 28 Andrews 
" John E., laborer 184 Broadway, bds. 

63 Gore [133 JPearl 

" John F., driver Camb. Laundry, h. 
" John J., driver Camb. 11. R. Co., h. 

Cedar sq. 
" John J., teamster 253 Cambridge, 

house 30 Spring 
" John L., driver 198 North av. 
" John P., laborer 184 Broadway, bds. 

329 Main [Cowperthwaite 

" Joseph A., laborer 23 Brattle, bds. 39 
" Julia, widow of Patrick, house 28 

Hastings 
" Luly Miss, milliner, Inman 
" Margaret, wid. of Daniel, h. 95 Kin- 

naird 
" Mary Mrs., h. 109 Inman [vard 

" Mary B., wid. of Michael, h. 66 Har- 
" Matthew, laborer, h. 116 Dublin 
" Michael, dry pressman Riverside 

Press, h. 226 Franklin 
" Michael, laborer B. & L. R. R. shop, 

boards rear 163 Spring 
" Patrick, house rear 63 Gore 
" Philip, teamster, bds. 36 Spring 
" Richard, laborer, h. 24 Hayes ct. 
" Robert J., laborer 184 Broadway, bds. 

21 Sidney 
" Robert J., soap maker, b. 21 Sidney 
" St phen, baker 502 Main,h. 21 Sidney 
" Thomas, laborer, bds. Andrew, near 

Pairmont 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 5 Cedar 
" Thomas, laborer Cambridge Water 

Works, house 16£ Mill 
" Thomas A., baker, b. 66 Harvard 
" Thomas H., butler 18 Appian way, 

rooms 12 do. 
" Thomas H., compositor Riverside 

Press, boards 3 Rockwell 
" William, peddler, h. 195 Norfolk 
" William B., wood carver 348 Main, 

h. 656 Cambridge 
" William H. , machinist, b. 28 Andrew 
Lyndberg Abel, carriagesmith, h. 6 Pioneer 

avenue 
Lynde Frank, action maker 162 Broadway, 

house at Maplewood 
Lynes Edward M., collector Globe (238 

Wash., B.), h. 23 Orchard 
" Edward L., h. 23 Orchard 
" Frank, teacher of music, boards 23 

Orchard 
Lyon Carl A. (F. O. Lyon & Co.), stained 

glass 564 Main, b. 27 Blackstone 
" David G., Hollis Professor of The- 
ology H. U., h. 7 Lowell 
" Frederick O. (F. O. Lyon & Co.), 

stained glass 564 Main, boards 27 

Blackstone 



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F. O. & Co. (Frederick 0. and Carl 

A. Lyon and Albert H. Tarbell), 
stained glass, 564 Main 

George H.. billiards, Lyceum bldg. 
Harvard sq., h. 147 Mt. Auburn 

Hans W. C, compositor Riverside 
Press, h. 27 Blackstone 

Mary D., widow of Leonard, h. 36 Ash 

Peter B., h. 227 Harvard 

William E., pressman (B.), boards 
227 Harvard 

William L., gate keeper front en- 
trance Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 
36 Ash 

i Anthony, h. 21 Gore 

Archibald D., teamster 206 Broad- 
way, house 50 ("lark 

Daniel, laborer Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, h. 3 Linehan's block, Third 

Eliza, widow of Archibald M., bds. 
rear 21 Lopez [83 Clark 

Ellen E., widow of John M., boards 

James E., carpenter Otis cor. First, 
h. at Boston 

James Henry, boiler maker's helper, 

B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 103 Webster 
avenue 

Jane, wid. of. John, h. 12 Bigelow 
J. Rufus, conductor Camb. R. R. 

Co., bds. 96 Tremont 
John, laborer 169 Gore, b. 102 Sixth 
John, laborer 221 Bridge, h. 5 Winter 
Kate Miss, h. 23 Donnell 
Margaret, wid. of Win., h. 135 Pearl 
Mary Miss. h. 129 Wash. 
Michael, fireman Cochrane Chemical 

Co., Potter, h. 18 Seventh 
Michael, printer, b. 21 Gore 
Michael, lab., h. 335 Cambridge 
Michael, lab., Sixth, c. Potter, house 

151 Otis 
Peter, teamster, 5 Broadway, house 

11 Brewery [Adams 

Thomas, farmer, h. Concord av., n. 
Thomas W., carpenter, h. 96 Tremont 
Wm., lab., h. r. 115 Pleasant 



MAAS CHARLES H.. MRS., h. 451 Main 
Macaig David W., tailor (89 Court, B.), h. 

6 Mead [Cambridge 

MacAllister Vesta A., widow, house r. 162 
Macarinski John, cloth sponger (B.) h. 12 

Winter 
Macauley Auley, harness maker, 448 Main 

house 8 Lawrence [Lawrence 

11 Edgar G., clerk, 28 Central sq., b. 8 
" Wm. H., bds. 8 Lawrence 
Macbeth Margaret, widow, h. 184 Bridge 
Macbey Samuel, paper ruler (31 Milk, B.) 

house 54 Sacramento 
Maccabee Edward J. P. (Maccabee & 

Long), undertaker, 238 North ave., 

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Maccabee John P., undertakers, asst. 

(Watertown, rooms 238 North av. 
" & Long (E. J. P. Maccabee and A. E. 

Long), undertakers, 238 North ave. 
MacCauley Alexander, house 8 Lawrence 
Macconnell Margaret E. Miss, h. #5 Cherry 
" Mary W., widow of Hugh, h. 125 

Pleasant 
Macdonald Allen F., brass moulder, (Allen, 

cor. Brighton (B.), h. 203 Camb. 
" Charlotte E., widow of Hugh, bds. 6 

South 
" Edgar H., at Harvard Skating Rink, 

bds. 63 Green 
" Edmund J., bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

B.), boards 826 Main 
" Edward, house 63 Green 
" E. C, floor manager Harvard Skating 

Kink, 13 Putnam avenue « 

" Ered W., cigar dealer (15 Oliver, B.) 

house 324 Harvard 
" John, painter, h. 116 Webster ave. 
" John L., salesman (32 Franklin, B.), 

house 6 South 
" Joseph, at Harvard Skating Rink, 13 

Putnam avenue 
" Loren B., student H. U., house 28 

Winthrop 
" Maria, wid. of Hugh, h. 324 Harvard 
" Matilda ()., wid. of Edward, h. 28 

Winthrop 
" T. C, ins. agent. 613 Main, room 5 
" Wm. L., bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

B.), house 20 North av. 
" see McDonald [ney 

Mace Ben. E., packer, 368 Main, h. 71 Sid- 
" Benjamin P., bookkeeper (B.), h. 17 

Lopez [h. 34 Warland 

" Charlotte P., widow of Horace F., 
" Horace F., chief clerk (53 State, B.) 

house 34 Warland 
Macfarlane Charles A., foreman, 547 Main 

house 27 Grigg 
" James, with Sectorial Reed Loom Co., 

29 Main. h. at Maiden 
MacGregor see McGregor 
Macidlowski Frank, lab., Revere Sugar 

Refinery, house r. 27 Vine 
Maciel Antoine V., hairdresser, 197 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
" Etta Miss, dress and cloak maker, 

197 Cambridge, h. do. 
" John V., hairdresser, 392 Cambridge, 

house 197 do. 
" Mary J., widow, bds r. 95 Cambridge 
Macintyre John, printer, 416 Harvard, bds. 

Broadway, near Ellery 
Mack Delia, dressmaker, bds. 9 Hollv ave. 
" Ellen, wid. of Michael, h. 22 Sparks 
" Jeremiah, coachman, bds. 22 Sparks 
" John, hostler, Chas. River St. Ry Co. 
" John, driver Camb. R.R. Co. boards 

22 Sparks 
" Julia A., wid of Dennis, h. 9 Holly av 



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Mack Margaret, widow of Gar ett, house 9 
Maynard place [Holly avenue 

" Mary A., telegraph operator, bds. 9 
Mackay Frances M., h. 10 Follen 

" Wm.. house 49 North avenue 
Mackenzie Frank A. (7 Exchange, B.), h. 
49 Western avenue 
" John R. , carpenter, 74 Boylston house 
4 Charles River 
Mackey John, carpenter, h. 80 Harvard 
" Mary, widow of Andrew, house Cedar 

square 
" William, painter, 220 North avenue, 
boards 2 Cedar square 
Mackin Margaret, widow of James M. , h. 
30 Andrew 
" Philip, lab., house 25 Cedar 
" Richard, lab., b. Mrs. Mackin's, 30 

Andrew 
il Wm., lab., 126 Portland, h. 38 School 
Macklin Bernard J., florist, 5 Creseent, h. 

62 Sacramento 
Maclaren Alexander, carpenter, h. 6 Essex 
Maclelland John, bookkeeper 204 Broad- 
way, bds. 276 do. 
MacLeod Wm. G. , compressed yeast, 96 

Inman, house do. 
Macomber Sarah W. Miss, bookkeeper 282 

Broadway, bds. 17 Magazine 
Macvane S. Marcus, instructor in History, 

H. U., house 46 Langdon 

Madden Angelina Miss, dressmaker, 242 

Cambridge, house do. 

" Bernard, express driver, h. 4 Dailey 

alley [do. 

" Daniel J., clerk, 220 Camb., bds. 242 

" Jeremiah, iron moulder, 356 Main, h. 

at' Boston [Boston 

" John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. at 

" John, varnisher, 203 Bridge, b. 83 do 

" John J., lumber surveyor (South, B) 

bds. 242 Cambridge 
" John J., metal polisher (B.), b. 162 

Cambridge 
" Owen, iceman, 169 Gore. h. 5 Carson 
" Thos. F., sailmaker, h. 242 Camb. 
" Wm., lab., house 159 Winsor 
Maddox Chester H., coachman J. G. Thorp 
Elmwood av. , bds. do 
" Thomas L., bookkeeper (1 F. H. sq., 
B.), house Sidney, c. Chestnut 
Madero Anthony, shoemaker, 7 Harvard sq 

house 113 Pleasant 
Madigan Irena Mrs., h. 77 Elm 

" Richard, mason 71 Cambridge, h. do. 
Maduro Francis S., laborer, h. 65 Wash. 
Magahv Andrew B., upholsterer, 23 Brattle, 

h. 121 Mt. Auburn 
Magee Annie, widow of Daniel, h. 5 Carson 
" Bernard J., machinist, h. 65 Norfolk 
" Bridget A. Miss, bds. 65 Norfolk 
" Hugh, laundry man, Mass. General 
Hospital (Blossom, cor. Allen, B.), 
h. 98 Putnam av. 

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" Nellie F. Miss, bds. Go Norfolk 
Maginn Bridget Mrs., h. 8 Madison 
Maginnis Daniel O., shoemaker, Amer. 

Rubber Co., h. 49 Clark 
Maglathhn Edward B., teacher, High 

School 
Magner Edward, laborer, h. 9 Vine 

" John, riveter (B.), bds. 9 Vine 

" Wm., driver, U.S. Mail wagon, 44 
Bridge, rms. 85 Bridge, No. 1 
Magoun Joseph, h. 62 Otis 

" Michael, teamster, h. 105 Fourth 

" Warren, book binder (51 Chardon, 
B.), h. 28 Prospect 
Maguire Bernard, glass packer (62 Canal, 
B.), h. 243 Cambridge 

" Bernard, grocer, 58 Harvard, h. do. 

" Daniel Mrs., h. r. 20 Fourth 

11 Edward, blacksmith, 169 Gore, b. 28 
Fourth [151 Austin 

" Francis, oils (1 Central wharf , B.), h. 

" H. OrindaMrs.,h. 144 Thorndike 

" John, laborer, h. 35 School 

" John, rope maker, h. 176 Green 

" John B., sawyer, Second, cor. Thorn- 
dike, house 27 Gore 

" Mary wid. of Philip, h. 116 Fourth 

" Mary, widow of Terrence, house 139 
Bridge 

" Mary Ann, widow of Francis, variety 
store, 41 Vine, h. do. 

" Maurice F., piano polisher, 20 Al- 
bany, h. 35 School 

" Philip, bds. 116 Fourth 

" Thomas, lumper, 162 Broadway, h. 
94 Harvard 

" see McGuire [Pleasant 

Mahady Daniel J., piano maker, house 105 

" Eliza Miss, h. 44 Putnam av. 

" John, drain pipe, etc., Ill Magazine 
house do. 

" J. Wm., salesman (11 Com'l, B.), 
bds. Ill Magazine 
Mahaffy Francis J., printer (39 Arch, B.), 
h. 194 North avenue 

" John T., carpenter and builder, 122 

Green, h. do. [Austin 

Mahan Charles, clerk (P. O., B.), bds. 98 

" James, foreman, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, Water, h. 190 Bridge 

" Patrick, bricklayer, h. 172 Norfolk 

" Thomas, cabinet maker, Otis, corner 
First 
Mahar David, laborer, Waverly, c. Talbot 

" Dennis, driver, C. R. St. Ry. Co. 

" E., driver, Camb, R. R. Co. 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 24 Hunting 

" Thomas J., hostler, 16 Garden, h. do. 

" Wm., laborer, 169 Gore, b. 11 Ninth 

" see Meagher 
Mahegan James J., book-binder (B.), h. 9 
Buck's block, Seventh 

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Maher Alice Mrs., dressmaker, 32 

Auburn, h. do. 

" Frank, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co., h. 

24 Berkshire [Main 

" James, laborer, 3 Hampshire, b. 347 

" Patrick, last carrier, Amer. Rubber 

Co. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 32 Mt. Auburn 
Mahler Ellen, widow of Anthony, h. 110 
Harvard 
" Joseph, teamster, 184 Broadway, b. 
110 Harvard 
Mahoney Ann, widow, b. r. 67 Charles 
" Cairn, butcher, 169 Gore, house 
rear 4 Ninth 
Cornelius, carpenter, h. 124 Gore 
laborer, bds. 37 Bolton 
laborer, 169 Gore, h. 24 
[Camb. 
teamster, h. First, next 
W., hack driver, 15 
b. Farwell place 

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Cornelius, 
Cornelius, 

Porter 
Cornelius, 
Cornelius 

Church, 
Daniel, gateman, 

av., house do. 
Daniel S., laborer, bds. 37 Bolton 
David, carriage painter. 232 North 

av., bds. Porter's Hotel 
David, teamster, 84 Bridge, house 8 

Cambridge 
Dennis, carpenter, h. 32 Cowperth- 

waite 
Dennis, coachman, h. 16 Antrim 
Dennis, feeder, Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

58 Cedar 
Dennis, hostler, Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Charlestown 
Dennis, laborer, and boarding house, 

34 Hampshire 
Dennis, laborer, h. r. 269 Cambridge 
Dennis, laborer, h. 37 Bolton 
Dennis, h. 20 North 
Dennis J., painter, h. 148 Pleasant 
Fred D., organ varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 214 Cambridge 
James, car oiler, B. & L. R. R., h. 2 

Spring place 
James, mason, h. 53 Vine 
James, house 13 Water 
Jeremiah, engine cleaner, B. & L. R. 

R,, h 17 Winter 
Jeremiah, fireman, Amer. Rub. Co. 
Jeremiah, teamster, h. 5 Pioneer 
Jeremiah, h. 58 Winter 
Jeremiah J., sloarman, N. E. Glass 

Works, h. r. 40 Gore 
John, bar keeper, b. r. 67 Charles 
John, carpenter, h. 15 Hayes ct. 
John, fireman, Sortwell's distillery, h. 

180 Columbia 
John, furniture finisher, Otis, c. First 

house at Charlestown 
John, laborer, b. 34 Hampshire 
John, laborer (Somerville), bds. 4 

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Mahoney John, tearaster, Richardson & 
Bacon, house 40 Winthrop 
" John, 169 Gore, b. 7 Linehan's block, 

Tenth 
" John, lab., Amer. Rubber Co. 
" John J., driver, C. R.R. Co., bds. 52 

Boylston 
" Joseph, organ varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 214 Cambridge 
11 Mary, wid. of John, h. 247 Franklin 
" Mary A. Miss, variety store, 13 Hayes 

court 
" Michael, mill hand, Amer. Rubber Co. 
" Patrick, clothes-wringer-roll maker, 
Amer. Rubber Co., bds. r. 4 Ninth 
" Patrick, teamster, 256 Bridge, bds. 12 
Stevens ct. [Winter 

" Patrick, upholsterer (B.), boards 58 
1 ' Patrick J. , shoemaker, 222 North av. , 

h. 47 Cedar 
" Thomas F., clerk (B.), h. 91 Vine 
" Timothy, case maker, 162 Broadway, 
h. 100 Vine [son 

" Timothy, lab., 72 Main. h. 12 Harri- 
" Timothy, lab., h. 17 Murdock 
" Timothy, machinist, 92 Main 
" Timothy, pork packer, rear 414 Main, 

h. 24 Hayes ct. 
" Timothy O., hack man, house r. 118 

Webster ave. 
" William, lab., h. 56 Cedar 
" William, lab., 28 Bridge, h. 1 Eighth 
" William, mason, h. 212 Columbia 
" William, 169 Gore, bds. r. 4 Ninth 
" William, 169 Gore, bds. r. 4 Ninth 
" William D., gardener, John L. 
Hayes, h. 215 Mt. Auburn 
Mahood John, wheelwright, 295 Cambridge, 

h. r. 27 Vine 
Maiers Helen, widow of John E., h. Chest- 
nut, n. Waverly [Waverly 
" Orlando A., gas-fitter, h. Chestnut, n. 
Maiewsky Frank, at Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, h. 52 Winter 
Mains James, ward tender, Mass. General 
Hospital (Blossom, cor. Allen, B.), 
h. 104 Putnam ave. 
" J., driver, C. R.R. Co. 
" John, grocer, 16 Vine, h. do. 
" John F., cooper, Ninth, cor. Spring, 

bds. 16 Vine 
' ' Patrick H. , citv teamster, bds. 1 6 Vine 
" Peter J., produce peddler, b. 16 Vine 
" Thomas, printer, bds. 18 Walnut ct. 

MAITCAND J A IflES, blacksmith, 
Sixth, cor. Harvard, h. n. do. (see 

p. 509) 
Major James, lab., h. 13 Maynard pi. 
Malcomb John, lab., bds. 40 Spruce 
Mallahan Felix, laborer. C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 100 Sixth 
Mallen John F., tailor, 501 Main, h. 494 do. 
Malley Arthur, fireman, 172 Pearl, h. 121 

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AEEEY EDWARD B., law 

counselor and justice of the peace, 
Lechmere Bank building, 66' Cam- 
bridge, rms. 56 Fourth (see p. 504) 
" James, peddler, bds. 41 Willow 
" Patrick, grease collector, h. 41 Willow 
" see Melley 
Mallon John, city lab., h. 119 Pleasant 
" John E., traveling salesman, h. r. 249 
Franklin [Pleasant 

" Thomas J , confectioner, boards 119 
Mallory Richard P., engraver (160 Tre- 

mont, B.), h. 85 Hancock 
Mallows Martha, wid. of James, house 33 
Prospect [R.R. 

Malloy John, lab., h. Concord ave., near F 
" John, lab., h. 185 Norfolk [99£ do. 
" Michael, hostler, 43 Cambridge, h. 
" William, cooper, bds. 128 Gore 
Malm Charles Alfred, cabinet maker, Otis, 
cor. First, h. r. 97 Thorndike 
" John, bds. 112 Dublin 
" John W., starter, Chas. River St. Ry. 

. Co., h. 5 Rice 
" Joseph, jobber, rooms 13 Third 
" Peter, h. 112 Dublin 
* ' Peter, Jr. , lab. , C. W. W. , Lake View 

ave., bds 112 Dublin 
" Philip, tin-ware mnfr. (Somerville), 

h. 192 Norfolk 
" W. H., conductor, C. R.R. Co. 
Maloney Daniel, carpenter, h. 32 Foster 
" Daniel, laborer, C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 24 Porter 
" James F., book-keeper (144 Oliver, 
B.), h. 87 Washington [Dublin 

" John, butcher, Niies Bros., house 19 
" John, stone cutter. First, n. Spring, 
h. 1 Lechmere bldg., Lechmere sq. 
" Thomas, mill hand, Am. Rubber Co. 
" William, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co., 
bds. 117 Charles [Tannery 

" William, teamster, Almshouse, house 
" see Moloney 
Maloon John W., tinsmith, h. 14 Sands 
Maloony J., wood turner, 368 Main, h. at 
Chelsea [h. 19 Baldwin 

" William A., printer, University Press, 
Manchester Henry, fireman, B. & L. R.R., 

bds. Hotel Cambridge 
Manda Albert W., gardener, Botanic Gar- 
den, h. 1 Raymond 
" Joseph, b. A. W. Manda's, Raymond 
Mandell William A., insurance agent (13 
Exchange place, room 8, B.), bds. 4 
Walnut ave. 
" William J., discount clerk, Tremont 
National Bank (8 Congress, B.), h. 
4 Walnut ave. 
Mangan Thomas J., veterinary surgeon, 352 

Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Manley Daniel, laborer, 162 Broadway, h. 
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Mannke Albert, machinist, 203 Bridge, h. 

55 Winter 
Mann Bell Mrs., lodging-house, h. 127£ 

Cambridge 
" Charles H., toys and confectionery, 

440 Harvard', h. «t Hyde Park 
" Enoch W., clerk 509 Main, b. 93 

Austin 
" George J., letter carrier postoffice, 

7 Harvard row, h. 11 Antrim 
" Henry M., truss maker (99 Court, 

B.), h. 118 Winsor 
" John P., fireman, 626 Main 
" Nehemiah P. jr., coal (7 Doane, B.), 

h: 168 Brookline 
" Robert, machinist, b. 9 Broadway 
" William H., salesman (143 Tremont, 

B.),h. 11 Hamilton 
Manning Bernard F., conductor Chas. R. 

St. Ry. Co., b. at Somerville 
" Bridget, widow, h. 3 Dailey alley 
" Bridget Miss, h. 19 Cowperthwaite 
" Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 405 

Cambridge [h. 33 Pleasant 

" Charles B., pressman Riverside Press, 
" Charles W., trav. salesman (8 Boyl- 

ston pi., B./, b. 51 Elm 
" Edmund, boots and shoes, 12 Pearl, 

h. 162 Putnam av. 
" Henry, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h. 

at Winchester 
" Hettie, widow of John, h. 51 Elm 
" James, laborer, h. Elmwood ave., c. 

Brattle 
" James, liquors, etc., 419 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 
" James Mrs., h. 33 Dunster 
" James, teamster, b. 33 Dunster 
" Jobn, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 22 Union 
" John, laborer, h. 265 Putnam av. 
" John B., grocer, 321 North ave., bds. 

298 do. 
" Matthew, plasterer, h. 405 Camb. 
" Mehitable, widow of John, h. 51 Elm 
" Michael, stone cutter, Aver's wharf, 

Third 
" Nelson H. , foreman coffin room, 203 

Bridge, h. at Winchester 
" Patrick, driver C. R. R. Co.,b. Cam- 
bridge, c. Baldwin 
" Richard, student H. IT., b. 5 Eelton 
" R., driver R. R. Co. 
" Thomas, collar maker, 10 Arrow, h. 

at Watertown 
" Thomas J., baker, b. 405 Cambridge 
" William, florist, 5 Crescent, bds. 62 

Sacramento 
" Wm. H., driver, 82 Mt. Auburn, h. 

4£ South [h. 21 Hews 

" Wm. H., printer (18 P. O. sq., B.), 
" William M., painter, 460 Main, bds. 

389 do. 
" W. F. boiler maker, 92 Main 
" , widow, h. 77 Washington 



Mannix James C, foreman Niles Bros., h. 

205 Appleton 
" Michael, car cleaner F. R. R.. bds. 

28 Seventh [130 do. 

" Michael, grocer, 132 Brookline, h. 
" Timothy, butcher, Niles Bros, house 

Concord av., n. Alewife Brook 
" Timothy, butcher, Frank, house 172 

Franklin 
Mansfield Ann, Avidow of Thomas, h. 54 

Bolton 
" Daniel, principal Washington gram- 
mar school, h. 65 Haneock 
" Garrett, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 

154 Elm 
" James, laborer, h. 9 Broadway 
" John T., clerk (B.), b. 54 Bolton 
" William, h. 39 Putnam ave. 
-" William H., driver C. R. R. Co., h. 

38 Reed 

MANSION HOUSE. M. Schlittler, 
prop., Gore, June. Bridge (see p. 
491) [av. 

Mansise William, painter, h. 10 Clarendon 
Manson Nathaniel G., h. 303 Harvard 
" Nathaniel G. jr. , iron (77 Oliver, B.), 

b. 303 Harvard 
" Rufus H., bookkeeper (22 Fulton, 

B.). b. 303 Harvard 
" Walter P., hairdresser, 531 Main, 
b. 98 Hancock 
Many Jeremiah G., meat-curer, house 106 

Webster av. 
Mara David, peddler, h. 128 Brookline 
" David, 2nd, butter maker, house 273 
Putnam av&nue 
Marble Samuel, blacksmith, b. 58 Austin 
" William, sails, awnings, flags and 
decorations (357 Commercial, B.), 
h. 18 Forest 
" William H. Rev., pastor North av. 
M. E. church, h. 35 Wendell 
March Clement, leather (39 South, B.), h. 
306 Harvard 
" Frank D., suspenders (130 Arch,B.), 

h. 33 Lancaster 
" Herbert B., salesman (India, B.), h. 
323 Broadway 
March, see Marsh 
Marchand Frank D., foreman of stampers, 

Third, c. Potter, h. 83 Wash. 
Marchant Thomas, laborer, 203 Bridge, b. 
at Somerville 
" William E., clerk (71 Bedford, B.) b. 
33^ Inma i 
Marcoii Jules, h. 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry E., book keeper (55 Sud- 
bury. B.), h. 209 Pearl 
" Henrv O., phvsician, 690 Main and 

(116 Boylston, B.), h. 690 Main 
" Margaret J., widow of John H., h. 

209 Pearl 
" Thomas, coachman, 25 Kirkland, b.do. 



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Harden Asa L., carpenter, h. 108 Pearl 
" Ellis W., clerk (43 Franklin, B.), b. 

108 Pearl 
" Frank A., cracker dealer, bds. 8-1 

Austin 
" Jennie Miss, compositor, rms. 74 Inraan 
Mareau George G. Mrs., h. 60 Dana 
Marie Frank, laborer, h. 19 South 

" John, h. Valentine 
Marion Joseph, broom maker, 27 State, b. 

6 Erfe 
Mark Edward L., instructor in Zoological 

laboratory, H. U. , h. 48 Shepard 
Markey diaries A., laborer. B. & L. R. R. 
shop, house rear 96 Gore 
" Hugh, laborer, B. & L. R. R. shop, 
h. at Boston 
Marks John, plumbers' helper, 469 Cam- 
bridge, bds. at Somerville 
" Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, house 60 

Pleasant 
" Michael F. (Mclvillican & Marks), 

roofer, 49 Winter, h. 20 Third 
" Win. L., carpenter and builder, h. 60 
Pleasant 
Mariner Stauwood C, clerk, 92^ Pleasant, 

h. 74 Fairmont 
Marlin Alfred C, cabinet maker, house 93 
Thorndike 
" Charles, baker, 502 Main 
Marois Alfred, cutter American Rubber 

Co., h 120 Harvard 
Maroney David, laborer, 169 Gore, house 
19 Carson 
" Jeremiah J., mattress maker (B.) b. 

174 Thorndike 
" Joanna, widow, house 174 Thorndike 
" John, laborer, C. H. North & Co. 
(Somerville), bds. 198 Cambridge 
" John F., salesman (Wash., B.), 
bds. 174 Thorndike 
Marquis David, teamster M. W. Sand's, 
Walden, h. near do. 
" Pierre, brickmaker, h 83 Dublin 
Marr Geo. S., carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 
178 Harvard 
'• J. Trafton, salesman (67 Summer, 
B.), house 87 Green 
Marra Patrick, city laborer, house rear 46 

Montgomery 
Marrett Augustus P., clerk, bds. D. Apple- 
ton Marrett's, Avon hill 
" D. Appleton, house Avon hill, near 

Linnasan 
" Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere Bank 
building, 66 Cambridge, h. High- 
land avenue, n. Broadway 
Mars Jennie, Mrs., nurse, rooms 89 Spring 

MABSDEN JAUIES, grocer, 395 
Main, house do. (see p. 488) 
" Thos., clerk, b. 44| Austin 
" Thos., clerk, 395 Main, bds. do. 
Marsh Andrew L.. foreman, 120 Hamp- 
shire, h. 52 Elm 



Marsh Anna, widow of Charles A., house 7 
Pleasant pi. 
" Arthur R., teacher boys' school, 8 

Garden, rooms do. 
" Benj. F., clerk (Norman, B.), house 

40 Fifth 
" Charles A., printer (11 Bromfield, 

B.), h. 7 Pleassnt pi. 
" Charles S., hoots and shoes, 113 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
" Edward, clerk (25 Franklin, B.), b. 

86 Spring 
" George E., traveling salesman (67 

Franklin, B.), h. 362 Harvard 
" George E. Jr., student H. U. bds. 

362Harvard 
" George W., blower, N. E. Glass 

Works, h. 53 Fourth 
" Henry, physician, h. 130J Green 
" John, engineer, 91 Broadway, house 

179 Main 
" Luella M. Miss, teacher Otis primary 

school, bds. 86 Spring 
" Mary Mrs., nurse, h. 29 Pleasant 
" Sarah A., widow of George, house 86 

Spring 
" Walter R., stndent H. U., bds. 362 

Harvard 
" Wm. J., springs 162 Broadway, h. 
at Wilmington 
Marshall Charles S., printer (35 Sudbury, 
B.) h. 140 Mt. Auburn 
" Frank H., (O. S. Brown &Co.), flour 

111 Bridge, h. 72 Fourth 
" Fred J., h. 60 Webster ave. 
" Freeman W., gardener, h. 16 Mill 
" George, laborer, 169 Gore, house 15 

McCabe 
" George L., dentist, 409 Cambridge, 

bds. 407 do. 
" Herbert, mill hand, Am. Rubber Co., 

house 30 Tremont 
" John H., carpenter, Dyke, c. DeWolf 

h. 50 Holyoke 
" John H., machinist, Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth, h. at Charlestown 
" Joseph, cabinet-maker, 14 Gore, h. 

at Stoneham 
" Manuel, sand paperer, Second, cor. 

Thorndike, h. 1 Lowland ave. 
" Mary, widow, h. 16 Antrim 
" Mary A., widow of Truman, house 

60 Webster ave. 
" Moses J., lawyer (Congress, B.), h. 

17 Putnam ave. 
" Moses M. (28 F. H. market, B.), h. 

314 Harvard 
" Robert T., leather inspector (Federal 

B.), h. 8 Fairmont ave. 
" Simeon F., dentist, 593£ Main, h do. 
" William D., carpet-salesman, house 

225 Putnam avenue 
" Wm. P., billiards (57 Temple place, 
house 70 Prospect 



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MABSHEAJAMES W., watch- 
maker and jeweler, 448 Harvard, h. 
67 Oxford (see p. 477) 
11 John D., brass-finisher (Oliver, B.), 
h. 71 Pearl 
Marsters John M., clergyman, house 1 

Orchard 
Marston Frank E., traveling salesman (159 
Franklin, B.), bds. 21 Western av. 
" George A., police, station 5, house 16 

Spruce 
" George W. M., lumber, h. 12 Oak 
" H. W., machinists' helper, B. & L. 
R. R. shop 
Marswan Wm. , hostler, Charles R. St. Ry. 

Co. 
Martell Edward, laborer, bds. 171 Dublin 
" Frank E., extract maker, 539 Main, 

rooms 19 Essex 
" Frederic, varnisher, Am. Rubber Co. 
Martell Patrick, laborer, h. 171 Dublin 
Marten Kei, mariner, h. 3 Soden place 
Martin Adam W., student, 563 Main, bds. 
3 Pearl 
" Annie, widow of Edward H. , h. 17 

Tremont 
" Charles D., baker, 33 Elm, boards 52 

Union 
" Daniel, carpenter, h. 377 Cambridge 
" David, furrier, 3 River, h. do. 
" Edward, glass cutter (55 Brattle, B.) 

h. 45 Cambridge 
" EdAvard J., brushmaker (Purchase, 

cor. High B.), bds. 71 Charles 
" Geo. W. , baker, bds. 52 Union 
" George W., hairdresser, h. 45 Wash- 
ington 
" Henry, peddler, h. 71 Columbia 

MARTIN JAMES, sail-maker, (110 
112 and 114 Commercial B.), house 
16 Hamilton (see opposite) 
" James, shoemaker, house 4 Symonds' 

block, DeWolf 
" James, teamster, bds. 40 Winsor 

MARTIN JAMES A., sail-maker 
(110, 112 and 114 Commercial, B.) 

h. 84 Oxford (see opposite) 
" James J., bds. 22 Grant 
" John, bootmaker, 544 Main, h. do. 
" John, laborer, 469 Main, h. 14 Watson 
" John D., piano-trimmer, 284 Main, h. 

at Dedham 
" John E., painter, 44 Gore, boards 28 

Fourth 
" John F., carpenter, h. 383 Camb. 
" John H., waiter, bds. 45 Washington 
*' Joseph P., clerk, 9 Harvard square, 

house 83 Concord ave. 
" Lewis, printer (B.), b. 79 Tremont 
" Martha A. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, bds. 65 Otis 
" Mary Mrs., h. r. 335 Cambridge 
" Mary widow of Jeremiah, house rear 

8 Linden 



Martin Mary, Avid, of Luke. h. 17 Dublin 
" Mary A., widow of Thomas, house r. 

41 Clark 
" Michael gilder, h. 148 Charles 
" Michael, laborer, h. 22 Grant 
" Moses A., clerk, 505 Main, h. Doug- 
lass, n. Main 
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blk., also 505 Main, bds. 12 Farwell 
pi. (see p. 484) 

" Owen, shoemaker, rear Harvard sq., 
house 454 Broadway [Vine 

" Patrick, liquors 10!) Third, house 28 

" Robert, sawyer, 20 Albany 

" Robert E., brass-finisher (B.). house 
85 Clark 
, " Stephen, rooultler H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 79 Tremont 

" Stephen, Jr., banjoist, b. 79 Tremont 

" Thomas, cabinet-maker, h. 52 Union 

" Thomas, plumber, 8 Brattle 

" Thomas, bds 38 Bigelow 

" Thomas F., clerk, 5 Harvard row, 
boards 17 Dublin 

" Thomas F., plumber, 8 Brattle, bds. 
24 Sparks 

" Thomas K., jig sawver h. 127J Winsor 

MARTIN WALTER C, book- 
keeper (Hi Com'l, B.), boards 1Q 
Hamilton [bds. 52 Union 

" Walter H., boiler maker, 356 Main 
" William, h. 48 Sidney 
" Wm., currier (Somerville), house 71 
Charles [72 Elm 

" Wm., porter (79 Boylston, B.), h. 
" Wm. A., house 2 River 
" Wm. H.. lawyer, 563 Main, h. 32 Pearl 
Martinson Nels, piano maker, house 

12 Warren 

Martus Louis, engineer, Miiller Bros., h. 

Tannery 
Marvin Eliza H. Mrs., h. 43 Fairmont 
" Frank A., clerk (45 Oliver, B.), h. 

13 Essex 

" Joseph H., carpenter, 101 Green, h. 
97 Hancock 

" Lewis G., compositor 416 Harvard, 
boards 97 Hancock 

" Mary, widow of Charles S., house 43 
Fairmont 

" Nelson H., clerk (440 Washington. 
B.), bds. 43 Fairmont [ave. 

" Richard T., carpenter, h 63h Western 

" Samuel W.. carpenter, h. 97 Hancock 

" Wm. J., builder, bridge Commission- 
er and harbor master, h. 102 Austin 
Marx Fred, b. 14 Cowperthwaite 

" Henry, brass moulder, bds. 14 Cow- 
perthwaite 

" Philip, house 14 Cowperthwaite 

" Philip A., printer, h. 14 Cowperthwaite 
Marzlin Frederick, wood turner, house Ho- 
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Mason Alice T. Miss, house 208. Harvard 
'• Ann Mrs., widow, boards Alexander 

McDonald's, Mt. Auburn 
" Arnold J., piano key maker, h. 105 

Columbia 
" Arthur, brick burner, h. 23 Sargent 

MASM CHARLES A. (W. A. 
Mason & Son) civil engineer 603 

Main, h. 87 Raymond (see opp.) 
" Clara M., widow of Wm. A., house 

87 Raymond 
" Eber L., salesman (G8 Summer, B.), 

house 42 Bigelow 
" Edward, boards 57 Sixth 
«• Edward A., bds. (>2h Tborndike 
" Edward E., clerk (203 South. B.), b. 

22 South [22 South 

" Eleanor A., widow of Jolr^ F., house 
" Ella F. Mrs., copyist, Otis, cor. Sec- 
ond, bds. 107 Prospect 
" Joseph, celluloid layer, 139 Br'dway 
" Francis M., truant officer, wards 1 

and 5, house 5 Dover 
" Frank E., surveyor, h. 16i Western 

avenue 
<• Frank S., draughtsman (Sudbury. 

B.), house 5 Ashburton pi. 
" F. H., organ tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house 349 do. 
" Geo. D., clerk, 610 Main, house 86 

Franklin 
" Geo. W., ice man Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, house 74 Gore 
" Harrie E., salesman (274 State, B.), 

house 34 Bigelow 
11 Henry, treas. Mason & Hamlin Or- 
gan and Piano Co., 162 Broadway, 

house at Brookline 
" Joseph H., janitor Odd Fellows' Hall 

550 Main, house 127 Franklin 
" Marvin M., clerk (189 Canib., B.), 

house 2 Percy place 
" Mary C. Miss, house 298 Harvard 
" Mary E., widow of James N. , house 

82 River 
" Napoleon B., carpenter, house 105 

Columbia 
il R. J., driver Chas. River St. R'y Co. 
" Samuel A., engineer, h. 105 Allston 
" Sarah E., widow of Chas. S., house 

5 Ashburton place 

" Theodore, varnisher, 284 Main, house 

at Boston 
" Theodore M. , pocketbook maker, 

105 Magazine, h. 16 Laurel 

MASON W. A. & SON (Charles 
A. Mason), civil engineers Hyde's 
block, 603 Main, room 3 (see opp.) 
>' Wm. J., hostler C. R. R. Co., house 

6 Pioneer avenue 

< l & Hamlin Organ & Piano Co., 162 
Broadway, salesroom (154 Tremont 
B.) 



Massey Eugene V., baker, 71 Vine, h. r do 

" Robert, hostler, h. 20 Hayes ct. 

" Samuel, coachman (B.), h. rear 99 

Mt. Auburn [burn 

" Wm., coachman (B) h. r. 99 Mt. Au- 

Masstrangialo Raphael, gents' furnishing 

(17 Green, B.), h. 61 Austin 
Massure Geo. A., trav. salesman (87 Broad 

B.), house 47 Elm 
Mast Adolph, lab., 169 Gore, bds. 4 Buck's 

block, Seventh 
Masterson Christopher, hostler A. H. Hews 

Crescent, house do. 
Matchett Clara E. Miss, teacher Webster 

Grammar School, bds. 23 Bigelow 
Matheson Catherine Mrs., bakery, 76 Har- 
vard, house do. 
" Henry C, butcher Niles Brothers, 

bds. 16 Cogswell av. 
" High, carpenter, h. 11 Eighth 
" James W., carpenter Niles Bros., h. 

16 Cogswell av. 
" John J., machinist helper 356 Main, 
house 76 Harvard 
Mathews Abraham, lab., h. 102 Harvard 
** B., hostler Harvard sq. stable, Camb. 

R. R. Co. 
" Caleb D., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 66 Putnam av. 
" Emery A., organ action maker, 162 

Broadway, bds. 57 River 
" Eugene H., printer University Press, 

house 32 Wendell 
" Geo. J., clerk (88 Wash., B.), bds. 

57 River 
" Jas. C, provisions, 33 River, b. 57 do 
" John W., painter, 63 Moore, house 

57 River 
" Riley W.. public carriage, 450 Har- 
vard, h. 31 Holyoke 
" Wm. P., shoemaker, 564 Main, house 

57 River 
" Wm. R., telephone operator, 169 
Gore, rooms 54 Fourth 
Mathison Maggie E. Miss, retoucher, bds. 

1 Percy place 
Matthes Henrv W. , machinist, rms. 14 Clark 
" Wm. H., brass finisher (B.), house 
r. 17 Tremont [Pioneer 

Matthews John, boilermaker, 92 Main, h. 5 
" Joseph, lab., 92 Main, b. 5 Pioneer 
" Mary Miss, house 38 Austin 
" Oliver R., piano tuner, h. 80 Chestnut 
" Richard, h. 28 Lee 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 17 Pioneer av. 
" see Mathews [Cherry 

Mathy Lambert, cabinet maker, house 17 
Mattos Manuel, furniture finisher (98 
Wash., B.), h. 10 Fourth st. place 
" Marion, sand paperer, b. 90 Third 
Mauch Gottlieb, cabinet maker (E. B.), h. 
14 Winter [Rice 

Maurer Heronemus, clock repairer, h. 19 



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Mauser Robert J., foreman of varnishers, 
Second, cor. Thorndike, house at 
Maplewood 

MniKHU Oil, CO., petroleum 
refiners and dealers, Sixth, corner 

Potter (see p. 10) 
Maxwell Albion P., mason, h. 4!) Cashing 
" Alfred, paper hanger (B.), boards 3U 

Seventh 
" James, coat maker. Am. Rubber Co. 
" May J. Mrs., dressmaker, liouse 39 

Seventh 
" Wm. D., carpenter, h. 9 Lambert av. 
May David, wood turner, 368 Main, h. HO 

Hampshire 
" Geo. H., plumber, b. 118 Magazine 
" Geo. R., chewing-gum mnfr., 118 

Magazine, h. do. 
" James, baker. 71 Vine, h. 92 Spring 
May all Henry A., 'oreman, Third, corner 

Rogers, h. at Charlestown [av. 

" James E., machinist, h. (52 Webster 
" John C. (Standard Carpet-Lining 

Co.), Third, c. Rogers, house at 

Melrose 
Mayberry Elijah N., salesman (172 State, 

B.), house 14 Shepard 
" James O., mariner, h. 20 Avon 
Mayburv Samuel, elk., 126 River, house r. 

35 Banks [h, 93 Fifth 

Mayer Christian, at Revere Sugar Refinery, 

" Martin, tinsmith, Third, cor. Potter, 

rooms 82 Fifth [38 Spring 

Mayers Casper, wood carver, 44 Camb., b. 
" John, boot maker, Am. Rubber Co. 
" John L. , carpenter and builder, State, 

c. Osborn, h. 261 Sidney 
" see Meyer, also Meyers 
Maynard Chas. E., loeksmith (12 Brattle, 

B.), boards 18 Eliot 
" Eben W., h. 109 Auburn 
" Franklin, rubber cement (40£ Fan- 

euil Hallsq., B.), h. 18 Eliot 
" Geo. C., salesman (276 Purehase,B.) 

h. 7 Meacham [Mellen 

" Jennie M., widow of Henry O., h. 26 
" John W., pullman-car conductor, b. 

109 Auburn [Meacham 

" Martha, widow of Gideon, house 7 
" Thos. F., tile setter (44 Boylston, 

B.), h. 17 Holworthy place 
Mayo Alice Mrs., b. 165 Spring 

" Chesley H.. engineer, Ninth, corner 

Spring, rooms 132 Spring 
" Frank E., clerk (374 Wash., B.), b. 

220 Pearl 
" Geo. Mrs., rooms 1 Winthrop sq. 
" Hannah F., widow of Amariah E., h. 

220 Pearl 
" Henry B., book-binder, Riverside 

bindery, h. 18 Howard 
11 James H.,coal (N. Y.),h. 164 Brattle 
" Laura A., widow of James L. , b. 164 

Brattle 



Mayo Nelson J., liquors, 169 Bridge, h. at 

Edireworth 
McAdoo Win., laborer, h. 177 Dublin 
McAleer Bernard, teamster (B.), house ~>~> 

Charles [do. 



Elizabeth, groceries. 



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" John J., brush maker ( Purchase, c. 

High, B.), h. 64 Vine 
" Patrick, peddler, h. 25 Seventh 
McAllen (has., laborer, h. 205 Putnam av. 
" Edward, laborer, house 265 Putnam 

avenue 
" John, laborer, John Reardon & Sons 
" John J., pressman, bds. 265 Putnam 

avenue 
McAllister Dennis, laborer, h. 30 Davis 
" John, teamster, 211 Bridge, house 28 

Willow [Someryilie 

" Wm., sawyer, Otis. c. First, house at 
" Wm., shoemaker, 125 Bridge, house 

128 do. 
i l see MacAllister [16£ Western ave. 
McAlpine Ida I. Miss, clerk, 601 Main, b. 
McAnaul Thos., shoemaker, 30 Central sq. 

house 73 Pleasant 
McAndrew Wm.. cabinet maker, h. 6 Erie 
McArdell Robert, cigar maker (B.). h 114 

Pearl [17 Donnell 

McArdle Ellen, widow of Constantine. h. 

" Mary E. Mrs., millinery, 23 Boylston 

b. 21 Bowdoin 
" Owen, laborer, h. 85 Cushing 
Mc Arthur Alvah, marble worker, John 

McXamee, b. C. MeArthur's, Cool- 

idge avenue 
" Cornelius, foreman, Mount Auburn 

cemetery, h. Coolidge avenue 
" Cornelius J., carpenter, h. 3 Sands 
" E. L. , conductor, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Isaac, carpenter, h. 1 Sands 
" John A., painter, h. 4 Austin place 
" Neil, carpenter, h. 27 Walnut ct. 
" Nelson, blacksmith, boards 31 Wood- 
lawn avenue 
" Olive J. Mrs., nurse, h. 4 Austin pi. 
" Samuel, paper hanger, b. 27 Walnut 

court 
" Wm.. carpenter, h. 31 Woodlawn av. 
' ; Wm., painter, b. 27 Walnut av. 
McAuley Auley, carriage trimmer, 446 

Main 
" David T., at 17 Main 
" Walter, boiler maker, Craigie bridge, 

house at Boston [Hotel 

" William, painter, bds. In nan square 
McAuliffe Daniel, register maker, 153 Put- 
nam avenue, h. 142 Pleasant 
McAvoy Annie M. Miss, music teacher, b. 

71 Concord avenue 
" Arthur, blacksmith. Church, corner 

Palm r. boards 3i»3 Main 
'• James, tin ped.ller, h. 153 Winsor 
" John, carpenter, h. 2 Rogers block, 

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McAv >y John I., b. 71 Concord avenue 
" »,u'ia, wi low of Arthur, house 71 

vonco:d avenue 
" Julia P. Miss, stenographer, boards 

71 Concord avenue 
" Marie Miss, h. 86 Elm 
" Patrick, h. 57 Moore 
" Patrick Jr., engineer (109 State, B.), 

house 57 Mo re 
" Thomas, city laborer, h. r. 55 Arnory 
" Timothy Mrs., boarding-house, 1 

Hampshire 
" Timothy, mariner, h. 1 Hampshire 
McBarren Ann, widow of Thomas, house 

Second, near c. Gore 
McBeth Bernard, machine hand, h. Charles 

cor. Fifth 
McBride Bernard, coachman Wm. Read's, 

Appleton, house 9 Donnell 
" Charles, laborer, bds. 341 Concord av. 
" Daniel, butcher Niles Bros., Concord 

avenue 
" Felix C, fruit peddler, b. r. 13 Vine 
" Frank H., granite cutter J. McNamee, 

b. 341 Concord avenue 
" Henry, fruit peddler, b. r. 13 Vine 
" James, h. 341 Concord ave. 
" James D., carpenter, bds. 341 Con- 
cord avenue 
" John, h. r. 13 Vine 
" John J., fruit peddler, h. r. 13 Vine 
*' John J., h. 293 Concord av. 
" Michael, horse shoer, 498 Main, bds. 

at Boston [F. R. R. 

" Patrick, laborer, h. Concord av., n. 
*' Richard A., trav. tinsmith, house 53 

Charles 
" William J., spring bed maker 137 

Gore, boards Hotel Holly, Holly 
McBrine Wm., teamster, h. r. 58 Charles 
McBrinn Annie Miss, dressmaker, rear 249 

Franklin, boards do. 
McCabe Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, 6 

Blair place, boards do. 
" Annie J. Miss, station agent F. R. R. 

Fresh Fond station, boards Mrs. 

Mary McCabe's, New 
" Bernard, conductor Camb. R. R. Co., 

house 24 North [Winsor 

" Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 180 
" David, carriage smith 446 Main, h. 

451 do. 
*' David, carriage smith, h. r. 135 Pearl 
" E. B., conductor Camb. R. R. 
" Edward, cook, b. 383 Camb. 
** Edward J., laborer, b. Mrs. Mary 

McCabe's, New 
" Felix, carpenter, h. 22 McCabe 
*' Frank, liquors 377 Cambridge, b. 180 

Winsor [Somerville 

" James, laborer 5 Broadway, h. at 
" James, laborer, b. Mrs. Mary Mc- 
Cabe's, New 
" James, peddler, h. 23 Willow 



McCabe James T., confectioner 503 Main, 

h. Rogers ct. 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 54 North 
" John, blacksmith 168 Columbia, h. 

178 do. 
" John, laborer, h. r. 3 Short 
" Mary, widow of Michael, h. New 
•' Owen T., barrels 176 Winsor and 

cWk 377 Camb., b. 180 Winsor 
" Pat i^k. laborer, h. 63 Bolton 
" Samuel, lab., 17 East, h. 54 North 
" Terrence, laborer, h. 6 Blair pi. 
IcCachran Mary Mrs., h. 25 Bow 
McCacle R., stone cutter. 10 Bridge 
McCaffn y Barney, porter Riverside Press, 

house 2 Lawrence 
" Bridger, widow of Archibald, house 

171 Franklin [123 Fourth 

" Catherine, widow of Murphy, house 
" Felix H., agent, house 83 Gore 
" Hugh, harness maker 365 Camb., 

house 197 Hampshire 
" Jas. A., teamster (B.), b. 83 Charles 
" Peter, potter, h. U4 Green 
" Philip, tinsmith, Third c. Potter 
" Philip H., teamster (Wash., c. Indi- 
ana pi., B.), h. 83 Charles 
" Thomas, hostler Eighth st. stable, 

Camb. R. R. Co., 223 Camb. 
" Thomas F., teamster (B.), bds. 83 

Charles 
McCall David, tally man 336 Main 
" David, teamster, b, 7 Conlon ct 
" Henr;y, wood dealer, h. 7 Conlon ct. 
" Jane, widow, h. 192 Norfolk 
" Peter, furniture polisher (B.), boards 

7 Conlon's c urt 
" Robert, blacksmith, b. 88 Mt. Auburn 
McCallar Daniel C, salesman (42 Cornhill, 

B.), bds. 305 North ave. 
" George M., book-keeper (51 Han- 
over, B.), h. 303 North ave. 
" John F., millinery (490 Wash., B.), 

house 305 North av. 
" Louise F., widow, h. 303 North av. 
McCalvey Sarah A., widow of James, h. 

119 Franklin [Hampshire 

MeCann Alfred D., fresco painter, h. 110 
' k Bridget Miss, h. 118 Gore 
" Charles J., arctic maker, boards 2 

Lawrence 
" Eliza, widow of James, h. 2 Lawrence 
" James, boot maker Am. Rubber Co. v 

b. 26 Portland 
" John H., brush maker (132 Oliver, 

B.), house 174 Norfolk 
'« Michael, cooper, h. 11 Jefferson 
" Thomas, potter A. H. Hews & Co., 

Crescent av., h. at Weston 
" Wm. J., merchant tailor, 623 Main, 

boards 2 Lawrence 
" see Macann [25 Hadley 

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MeCarron Edward B., teamster (Chas'n), McCi 
house »'>l Spring 
»' Edward J. , stage carpenter (Howard 
Athenaeum, 15.). h. 4 Jordan pi. 

" Frank J., plumber (B.), bds. 61 
Spring 

" John, packer 109 Gore, 
m Neil, li. 171 Otis [171 Otis 

" Patrick 1L, sawyer 3 Hampshire, bds. 
'• William J., store keeper (Tremont, 

B,). bds. 61 Spring 
McCart Charles, laborer, bds. Hamilton. 

cor. Brookline 
" Wdl, teamster, b. 8 Stevens ct. 
McCarter R. Sherman, printer 4T>4 Main, 

h. at Boston 
McCarthy Anthony, laborer 1G9 Gore, bds. 

19 Seventh 
" Callahan, stone cutter Ayer's wharf, 

Third, house 42 Washington 
" Carbery T., book-binder B.), house 

6 Watson 
" Catherine, widow, h. 14 Cowperthwaite 
" Catherine, widow of Timothy, house 

159 Broadway 
" Catherine A. Miss, asst. foreman (61 

High, B.). bds. 8 Green 
" Catherine E., widow of Timothy, 

house 145 Elm 
" Charles, laborer, h. 22 North 
" Charles, laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
" Charles, painter 220 North av., h. 

25 Heed 
" Charles, teamster, h. 63 Charles 
" Charles H., furn. polisher (Chas'n). 

bds. 49 North 
" Charles E. , hairdresser 2 Camb. .h.do. 
" Charles J., laborer, h. 5 Cedar sq. 
" Charles S., clerk (122 Canal, B.), 

house 36 Second 
" Charles W.. painter, h. 174 Norfolk 
" Cleaves, cutter, h. 261 Franklin 
" Cornelius, cutter, h. 261 Franklin 
" D.. moulder. Felham 
" Daniel, lab., F. R.R., h. 208 Bridge 
' v Dai iel, lab., h. 112 Kinnaird 
" Daniel, liquors, 169 Bridge, boards 

208 do. [Broadway 

" Daniel, teamster, h. 7 Hannum hlock. 
" Daniel, teamster (B.), h. 59 Spring 
" Daniel, 169 Gore, bds. 49 do. 
" Dennis, coal shoveler, B. & L. R.R., 

bds. 85 Bridge 
" Dennis, draw tender. B. & L. R. R., 

h. 4 Third 
" Dennis, hack driver, b. 112 Kinnaird 
" Dennis, lab., Revere Sugar Refinery. 

h. 29 Seventh 
" Dennis, lab., bds. 8 Broadway 
" Den is. lab., h. 9 Short 
" Dennis D.. constable, h. 163 Winsor 
" Dennis F., porter (38 Bedford, B.), 

h. 32 North 
" Ellen, wid. of Dennis, h. r. 77 Elm 



irthy Ellen. wid. of Donald, h. 14 Easl 
Ellen, wid. of John. h. !) Railroad 
Eugene, baker, 502 Main. h. :>7 Amory 
Eugene, lab., 126 Portland, hoards 11 

Ninth 
Eugene A., medical student, hoards 6 

Watson 

Eugene C, gardener, li. 6 Watson 
Eugene J., lumper, 162 Broadway, b. 

7 Hannum hlk., Broadway 
Flwrance, coal shoveler, li. & L. R.R., 

bds. 85 Bridge 
Florence, pressman (400 Washington, 

B.). h. 12 Magee 
Francis J., iron moulder, Third, cor. 

Bent, h. 23 Decatur 
Frank J., trimmer, 203 Bridge, bds. 6 

Lechmere pi. 
Hannah Miss, seamstress, h. 121 Elm 
James, clerk. 233 Camhridge, hds. 2 

Ninth 
James, lab. (B.), bds. 46 AVinter 
James, lab., O. C. R. R. shop, h. 12 

Third [at Boston 

James, marble worker, 53 Main, bds. 
James, stamper, Seavey & Co., rooms 

83 Washington 
James, stamper, Third, cor. Potter, b. 

28 Felham 
James, tailor (4 Park. B.). h. 112 Gore 
James, 169 Gore, hds. 49 do. 
James, h. 9 Brewery 
James A., steam fitter, bds. r. 77 Elm 
James H.. messenger (Custom House, 

B.), h. 85 Wendell 
James H.. plumber, bds. 1 Holly ave. 
James J., cooper, h. 115 Auburn 
Jeremiah, hostler. 254 Bridge, house 

258 do. 
Jeremiah, lab.. 109 Gore, b. 102 Sixth 
Jeremiah, lab., bds. 208 Bridge 
Jeremiah, special police, bds. 6 Lech- 
mere pi. 
Jeremiah, tailor, h. 41 Spruce 
Jeremiah, teamster, 336 Main, h. 26 

Portland 
Joanna, wid. of John, h. 20 Locust 
Joanna, wid. of Patrick, h. 49 North 
John, currier, Miiller Bros., house 76 

Spruce [Flagg 

John, currier (59 Beverly. B.). h. 15 
John, iron moulder, Third, cor. Beyt, 

h. 16J Clark 
John, lab., bds. 6 Lechmere pi. 
John, lab., h. 53 Amory 
John, plumber (B.), bds. 105 Spring 
John, stamper (B.), rooms 83 Wash- 
ington [Eighth 
John, tailor, 216 Cambridge, house 1 
John, 169 Gore, bds. 9 Fifth 
John Mrs.. Avid., h. 175 Cambridge 
John F., clerk, h. 8 Green 
John G., furniture finisher, boards 22 

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McCarthy John H., plumber, B. & L. R.R. 
shop, and liquors, and boarding- 
house, 83 Bridge 
" John H., starter, Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 
(Bowdoin sq.,B.), bds. 258 Bridge 
" John J., book-keeper (59 Beverly, 
B.), bds. 15 Flagg [bridge 

" John J., cigar maker, house 430 Cam- 
" John J., helper, Albany, h. at Boston 
" J. L., driver. C. R.R. Co. 
" John R., plumber, h. r. 16 Brown 
" Julia T. Miss, dressmaker, 8 Green, 

bds do. 
" Justin, teamster, Sixth, corner Potter, 

bds. 102 Sixth 
" Kate Miss, h. 261 Pearl 
" Kate Mrs., h. 188 Norfolk 
" Louisa A. Miss, asst. (61 High, B.), 
bds. 8 Green North, h. do. 

" Margaret Miss, variety store, 22 
" Margaret Miss, bds. 159 Franklin 
" Margaret Mrs., h. 3 East 
;i Margaret Mrs., h. 19 Porter 
" Margaret J. Miss, forewoman (61 

High, B.), bds. 8 Green 
" Mary, wid. ot John, variety store, 72 

Spruce, h. do. 
" Mary, wid. of John, h. 26 Donnell 
" Mary, wid., bds. 100 Otis 
" Mary Mrs., h. 57 imory 

Mary E. Miss, asst. forewoman (61 

High, B.), bds. 8 Green 
Mary E. Miss, millinery 
Main. h. 6 Watson 
" Mary F., wid. of Francis, h. 8 Green 
" Maurice, h. 6 Lechmere pi. 
■• Michael A., stone cutter, house r. 42 

Washington 
" Nelly F. Miss, teacher, Lowell Pri- 
mary School, bds. 88 Beacon, Som- 
ervllle 
Patrick, clerk, 25 Bay, b. 220 Franklin 
Patrick, clerk, 86 Mount Auburn, h. 

Hilton's blk. , Murray 
Patrick, hack driver, b. 112 Kinnaird 
Patrick, lab., 17 East, h. 31 East 
Patrick, lab., 169 Gore, h. 1 Buck's 

blk., Seventh 
Patrick, lab., 220 Portland 
Patrick, lab., 225 Bridge, bds. 14 East 
Patrick, laborer, h. 1 Hanuum's block. 

Broadway 
Patrick, lab., h. 5 Hunting 
Patrick, lab., h. 58 Xorth 
Patrick, lab., h. 31 Winthrop [Park 
Patrick, slater's tender, h. 4 Chestnut 
Patrick A., tailor, 218 North ave., Ii. 
55 Raymond [Somerville 

Patrick B., teamster, 12 Gore, h. at 
Thomas, lab., 169 Gore, b. 19 Carson 
Timothy, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 85 

Bridge 
Tim thy P., hostler, Chas. R, St. Ry. 
Co. stable, Green, h. 102 Sixth 



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McCarthy Mary F., wid. of Francis, house 8 
Green 
" Timothy, bds. 41 Spruce 
" Timothy, gate tender F. R. R., house 

Montgomery, n. Spruce 
" Timothv, hostler, Bav-st. stables, 

Chas. R. St. Ry. Co., h. Sixth 
" William, wood molder, Woodbury's 

bldg., Otis. b. 208 Bridge 
" Wm. H., tailor, h. Derby lane 
ee McCarty 

mill hand. Am. Rub- 
[1 Holly av. 
widow of Michael, h. 
:, h. 7 Fourth 
167 Cusbing 

169 Gore, house r. 
[Thorndike 



McCartney Michael, 

ber Co. 

McCarty Annie E., 

" Catherine Miss 

" Daniel lab., h. 

" Dennis, laborer, 

27 Vine 



" James, cooper, 169 Gore boards 167 

" John boot fitter, h. 71 Boylston 

" John, gardener, house Appleton, near 

Vassal lane 
" Matthew, engineer, 20 Albany, house 

at Somerville 
" Michael, laborer, bds. 11 West 
" Michael J., casket polisher, b. 171 Elm 
" Patrick, driver, r. 590 Main, h. 112 

Kinnaird [Vine 

" Wm., cooper, Ninth, c. Spring, h. 68 
f J Wm., moulder H. M. Bird, Pelham, 

h. 19 Webster ave, 
McCarville Ellen M., widow of Andrew, h. 

15 West 
" James, h. 25 Cedar 
" Owen, watchman, bds. 15 West 
" Peter J., city lamplighter, b. 25 Cedar 
McCaughey Arthur, at American Tnbe 

Works (Somerville), h. 41 Sacra- 
mento 
" JohnM., apprentice Uni verity Press, 

bds. 41 Sacramento 
" Richard, book-binder, boards 41 Sac- 

remento 
" Rob't F., cabinet-maker, 626 Main 
McCaughin Daniel, teamster, h. 45 Cedar 
" John, carriage-smith, 232 North ave., 

bds. 40 Spruce [Lawrence 

McCauley Frank, painter 460 Main, h. 8 

" James, hostler Chas. R.R. Co., b. 72 

Harvard 
McCaw Henry, grocer, 56 Brookline, h. do. 
" William, confectioner, 503 Main, h. 

rear 23 Hancock 
McChesney F. F., driver Camb, R. R. Co. 

" M. J., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
McChristal James, police station 3, house 

351 Cambridge 
" see Mc Crista! 
McClanathan Bradford, bds. 33 Market 
McClare Herbert C, bds. 112 Brookline 
" Josiah, carpenter, h. 112 Brookline 
" Millidge St. Aubert, baker, bds. 112 

Brookline 
" Minerva H. Miss, bds. 112 Brookline 



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McClellan James, cania.^e-paiuter, 3 River 
house 5 Cottage court 
" John, helper B. & L. R.R. s hop, h. 

at Sonierville 
11 John C, carpenter, h. 9£ Suffolk 
*' Peter J., carriage-builder, Buck's 

block, Seventh 
" Stephen Mrs., h. r. 5 Vine 
' ; William, coachman at M. B. Boyn- 
ton's, 13 Chauncy, h. r. 82 Oxford 
" see Madelland 
McClennan James, teamster, 14 South, h. do 
" John, slater (142 Charles, B.), house 

rear 258 Bridge 
" William H., clerk (18 Exchange pi., 
B.), h. 47 Clark 
McClinchy Andrew, book-finisher, house 1 

Athens place 
McCloskey Bridget, widow of Michael, h. 

52 Fifth 

" Catherine Mrs., h. 9 Antrim 
" Dennis F. (McCloskey & Harty), 
grocer, 91 and 443 Cambridge, rms. 

53 Otis 

" Hugh, carpenter, house Binney Field 

rear Cambridge, opp. Harding 
" James B., clerk (B.), b. 52 Fifth 
" John B., shipper (B.), h. 163 Camb. 
" John H., conductor Camb. R.R. Co , 

bds. Cambridge, opp. Harding 
" Patrick A., brass-moulder (33 Haw- 
kins, B.), h. 3 Ninth 
" Peter J., clerk, 158 Camb., b. 52 Fifth 
" Rosa Miss, h. rear 10 South 
" William H. , carpenter, h. 3 Somerset 
" William I. , printers' apprentice, Uni- 
versity Press, bds. 52 Fifth 
" & Harty (Dennis F. McCloskey and 
Michael J. Harty), grocers, 91 and 
443 Cambridge 
McClure George A. , sawyer, h. 4 Pine 
" Manley W., iron and steel (69 Pur- 
chase, B.), h. 8 White 
" Margaret Miss, variety-store, 64 

Cambridge, rooms 8y Spring 
" Martha M., widow of Manley W., h. 
8 White 
McCoart Kate F. Miss, bread-store, 21 
Boylston, rooms 25 DeWolf 
" see McCourt [do. 

McColgan Adam, clerk, 169 Harvard, rms. 
McColl Thomas, laborer, h. 198 Norfolk 
McComb Catherine Mrs., bds. 16 Oxford 
McCombe Richard H., book-keeper, 12 

Gore, bds. at Sonierville 
McCombie Joseph Calvin, carriage-maker 

(Maiden), bds. 75 Cambridge 
McConaghey R. F., cabinet-maker, 626 

Main, bds. 10 Prospect 
McConnell Geo. A., painter, b. 6o Spruce 
" J., driver Camb. R.R. Co. 
" J. G. , conductor Camb. R.R. Co. 
" J. J., machinist, 92 Main 



McConnell Norman J., moulder, h. B 77 
Putnam avenue 

" Thomas II., te is and coffee, 245 Cam- 
bridge, house 12 Warren 
McConologue Neil J., c.irrier, Dudley, h. 

Dublin, cor. Bolton 
McCool James, mason, h. Howard, junc. 
Kinniard 
" Michael, carpenter, h. 123 Brookline 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 34 Holyoke 
McCord Annie Miss, laundress, h. r. 84 
Elm 

" Bernard F. , blower N.E. Glass Works, 
h. 141 Cambridge 

" James A., blower N. E. Glass Works, 
b. 139 Cambridge 

" Rose T. Miss, h. 139 Cambridge 
McCorkle James, laborer (85 Clinton, B.), 

h. 57 Spring 
McCormack James H. (J. & J. H. McCor- 
mack), grocer, Second, c. Gore, 
h. 15 Second 

" James H., carver (E. B.), bds. 15 
Second 

" John (J. & J. H. McCormack), gro- 
cer, Second, c. Gore, h. 15 Second 

" J. & J. H. (John and James H. Mc- 
Cormack), grocers, Second, c.Gore 

" John, machinist B. & M. R. R., h. 15 
Second 
McCormick Benjamin, painter, h. r. 
Fairmont 

" Edward, slater, 122 Elm, h. do. 

" James, grocer, 49 Beavtr, h. do. 

" James, laborer, h. 8 Rockwell 

" James, laborer, b. 1 Tuttle 

" James, liquors, 334 Main, house 
Clark 

" James E. , draughtsman, 92 Main, b. 
19 School [Second 

" James H., carver (E. B.), bds. 15 

" John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, h. 19 
School 

" John, laborer, b. 18 Brown 

" John, plumber (16 Province ct., B.). 
h. 159 Bridge 

" John C, printer, b. 1 Tuttle 

" John J.. boiler-maker, 92 Main, h. 19 
School 

" Joseph J., plumber (16 Province ct. . 
B.), b. 'l Dailey alley 

" J. Patrick, shippers' clerk, 169 Gore, 
h. 160 do. 

" Mary, widow, h. 2 Dailey alley 

" Mary, Avidow of James, h. 1 Tuttle 

" Richard, fireman, 169 Gore, b. 167 
Thorndike 

i4 Thomas M., boiler maker, 92 Main, 
b. 19 School 

" Wm. F., wind chest maker, 162 
Broadway, b. 19 School 
McCorrison Albert O., cooper, 169 Gore, h. 
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McCorry John, wat~hman, 172 Pearl, h. 

124 Brookline 
McCourt Ann, widow, h. 22 Carson 

" John, coachman, 105 Brattle, h. 16 

Browu 
" Joseph, plumbers' apprentice, 99 

Cainb., b. 22 Carson 
" Margaret, widow of Charles, h. foot 

of Murray 
" Mary Jane, widow, h. r. 21 Carson 
" Mary J., widow, h. r. 21 Carson 
" Patrick F., survey or Skillings, Whit- 
ney & Barnes Lumber Co., Prison 
Point, h. 1 Ninth 
" William, rubber worker, b. 347 Main 
McCourt, see McCoart 
McCowell Thomas, hostler, C. R. R. Co. 

stable, 251 Cambridge 
McCoy Richard T., stone cutter, b. 7 Sparks 
" Ruth A. Mrs., b. -19 Pine [do. 

" Thos. H., fish, 85 Mt. Auburn, h. 90 
" Wm.. h. 83 Brattle 
" William, mason, h. 36 Andrew 
11 William B., clerk, b. 18 Rockwell 
" Wm. P., conductor C. R. It. Co., b. 

83 Brattle 
" Wm. J., mason, 14 Walnut ct., h.do. 
McCoy, see M'Coy 

McCracken Alice Miss, collar maker, 10 
Arrow 
" James, plasterer, h. 2 Pond pi. 
" James, stone cutter, 43 Main, h. 18 
Willard 
McCrann Lawrence, watchman, 225 Bridge, 

h. 5 Lechmere pi. 
McCready Joseph, coal and wood, 90 Web- 
ster ave., h. do. 
" Thomas, h. 128 Winsor 
" Thos., carpenter, h. 2 Church pi. 
McCready, see M'Cready 
McCrehan Jeremiah, teamster, h. 54 Spruce 

" John, police station 5, b. 54 Spruce 
McCrestle Patrick, tanner Miiller Bros., h. 

Montgomery pi. 
McCristal Thomas, clerk, 9 Reed, b. do. 
McCue Ann Mrs., h. r. 39 Willow 

" Charles H., liquors (B.), h. 148 

Pearl 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 13 Warren 
" James, hostler, h. 44 Plagg 
" John, laborer, Mt. Auburn cemetery, 
b. Patrick Carney's, Fresh Pond 
Lane 
" Michael, packer, h. 57 Winsor 
" Thomas, junk, h. 20 Carson 
" Thomas P., clerk, 145 Hampshire, h. 
203 do. 
McCue, see also McHugh 
McCuen Agnes Miss, clerk, 159 Cambridge, 
b. 102 Otis 
" Jos. N., clerk (Leverett, B.), h. 35 
Seventh 
McCulloch Albert E., clerk (179 Tremont, 
B.\ h. 61 Hudson 



McCulloch Emily, widow of Samuel, h 173 
Harvard [h. r. 8 Davis 

" George, driver Cambridge R. R. Co., 

" John, junk, h. 118 Columbia 

" Mary J,, widow, h. 289 Pearl 

" Samuel, drain and sewer builder, 
Winsor, c. Harvard, h. 173 Harvard 
McCullougli Bernard, grease collector, b. 
141 Webster avenue 

" Mary, widow of Bernard, house 141 
Webster avenue 

" P. J., stone cutter, Ayer's wharf, 
Third, h. at Boston 
McCullow Prank, driver C. R. R. Co., h. 1 
Bristol 

" Geo., driver C. R. R. Co.,h. r. 8 Davis 
McCune John, h. 80 Fifth 
McCurdy James, paper hanger, house 22 
Cambridge 

" Robert, core maker, 356 Main 
McCushi g Sarah, widow of Michael, h. 

Montgomery, c. Dudley 
McCusker Frank, laborer Cochrane Chem- 
ical Co., Potter, h. at Boston 

" Wm., plumber, h. 142 Thorndike 
McDaniel Samuel W., associate justice, 
third district court, Eastern Middle- 
sex, city bldg. , Brattle square, and 
lawyer (61 Court, B.), h. 69 Dana 
McDermott Alice, widow of Thomas, h. 5 
Marvin place 

" Ann, wid. of Bartholomew, house 138 
Green [Camb. 

" Ann, widow of Francis, house 39l£ 

" Catherine, widow of Timothy, h. 25 
Somerset 

" Daniel, wood, coal and grocer, 106 
Harvard, house do. 

" Edward, pressman, h. 25 Somerset 

" Edward J., coachman 127 Magazine, 
boards 56 Waverly 

" Francis, hairdresser, 327^ Camb. 

" Hector, carpenter, h. 25 State [ray 

" Hugh, tinsmith 12 Brattle, b. 4 Mur- 

" James, baker 502 Main, boards 25 
Somerset 

" James H., glass maker Union Glass 
Co. (Somerville), house 139 Elm 

" John, driver Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 

" John, house 81 Thorndike 

" John, lithographer Riverside Press, 
boards 138 Green 

" John F., shipper (32 Green, B.), h. 
Hotel Holly, Holly 

" John H., confectioner, 503 Main, h. 
25 Somerset 

" John H., teamster, Sixth, corner Pot- 
ter, boards 106 Harvard 

" Lizzie Miss, boards r. 6Q Norfolk 

" Michael, baker, 502 Main 

" Michael, laborer, b. rear G6 Norfolk 

" Patrick, bds. 39 1£ Cambridge 

" Patrick, book-binder Riverside Press 
h. 36 DeWolf 



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McDermott Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 7 
Carson [h. 30 Winter 

" Patrick, plumber (Hawthorne, P.), 
" Patrick G., music teacher, 81 Thorn- 
dike, h. do. 
" Thomas, driver Sixth, cor. Potter, b. 

10(5 Harvard 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 127 Webster av. 

McDevitt Andrew, carpenter, b. 81 Tremont 

" A. P., conductor Chas. R. St. Ry. Co. 

" Edward, blacksmith (Allston), h. 81 

Tremont 
" James, laborer, b. r. 9 Second 
" John, teamster, 256 Bridge, house r. 
9 Second [mont 

John F., clerk, 480 Camb., b. 81 Tre- 
Wm., boards 81 Tremont 
cDONALD ALEXANDER, 
marble and granite works, Mt. Au- 
burn, opp. cemetery, h. Mt. Auburn 
near do. (see page 242) 
Alexander, hostler Chas. R. St. Ry. 

Co., bds. at Somerville 
Angus, carpenter, h. r. 36 Harvard 
Angus, tailor, 589 Main, rms. 52 Col 

umbia 
Angus, varnisher Am. Rubber Co., b. 

187 Broadway 
Bernard, confectioner, 245 Broadwav 
bds. 90 Fifth [Gushing 

Bridget, wid. of Matthew, house 147 
Clement, cooper (B.), b. 167 Thorn- 
dike [Bristol 
Daniel, laborer, h. Rolling Mill blk., 
Daniel J. .blacksmith 258 Mt. Auburn 

boards 10 Eliot 
David, marble polisher, h. 82£ Green 
Donald, stair builder, h. 27 Harvard 
Elizabeth, widow, h. 43 Vine 
Elizabeth A. Miss, tailoress, boards 1 

Sceva place 
Ellen Mrs., h. foot of McDonald 
Felix, 169 Gore, house 16 Gore 
Florence M., widow of Alexander, h. 
68 Second [Amory 

Frank, boiler maker, 356 Main, h. 
cDONALD FRANK H., under- 
taker, 7 Robbins block Prospect, h. 
8 do. (see p. 491) 
Frank R., agent Alex. McDonald, Mt. 
Auburn, bds. do. [b. 324 Harvard 
Frederick W., cigars (69 Broad, B.) 
Geo., laborer, 169 Gore, rooms 37 

Cambridge 
Hannah, wid. of Peter, h. r. 6 Lopez 
Hector, moulder, H. M. Bird, Pelham 

house rear 112 Main 
Henry, mason, b. 109 Western av. 
Hugh, laborer, 169 Gore, rooms 37 
Cambridge [56 Second 

James, finisher, 203 Bridge, boards 
James, laborer, house 4 Jefferson 
James, laborer, h. Coolidge av. 



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McDonald James, plasterer 610 Main, h. 
161 Green 

" James, saloon, 24 Somerset, h. 14 do. 
" Jane A., widow of \V:n., h. 98 Fifth 
" John, engineer. 258 -Mt. Auburn, h. 

1 Sparks 
" John, grocery 22 Willow, h. do. 
" John, laborer, 13 Broadway, h. Vine 
" John, laborer, C H. North &, Co., h. 

38 Porter 
" John, stone cutter, 10 Bridge, h. at 

South Boston 
" John A., laborer Mt. Auburn cemetery 

h. 47 Holworthy 
" John, laborer, H. U. yard, h. 29 Reed 
" John, laborer, bds. 45 Willow 
" John (John McDonald & Sons), 

mascn, 109 Western av., h. do. 

McDDNALD JOIIi\ & SONS, 
(John, John Jr. and Matthew), 

masons and contractors, 109 Wes- 
tern- av. (see p. 483) 
" John Jr. (John McDonald & Sons;, 

mason, b. 109 Western av. 
" John J. (J. J. McDonald & Co.), 

carriage painter, 4 Camb., 1. 110 

Gore 
" John W., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 

Mary McDonald'-, Gushing 
" Joseph, watchman, Eighth st. stable, 

Camb. R. 11. Co., 223 Camb. 
" J. J. & Co. (John J. McDonald), 

carriage mnfrs. and painters, 4 

Cambridge 
" Margaret, widow of Maurice, h. 16 

. Bolton 
" Maria, wid of Hugh, h. 324 Harvard 
" Martin M., laborer, h. 139 Gushing 
" Martin T., machinist, 72 Main, h. 275 

Gushing 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. Cushing, 

n. Woodlawn av. 
" Matthew (John McDonald & Sons). 

mason. 109 Western av.. b. do. 
" Matthew, laborer, h. 123 Spring 
" Michael, currier, h. Dudley, c. Retd 
" Michael, mason, h. 16 Bolton 
" Morton, driver, Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Boston 
" Neil, conductor, C. R. St. Ry. Co., 

bds. at Somerville 
" Norman, carpenter, h. Crescent av. 
" Norman, foreman Alex. McDonald, 

Mt. Auburn, b. do. 
" Patrick, hostler, h. 284 Broadwav 
" Patrick, lab., 180 Main, b. 24 Harvard 
" Patrick, laborer, C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 17 Porter 
11 Patrick, laborer, h. 90 Fifth 
" Patrick, laborer, h. Rogers court 
" Patrick, 1 .borer, b. r. 53 Vine 
" Patrick, machinist, C. W. W., bds. 

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McDonald Patrick, stonecutter, 10 Bridge, 

h. at So. Boston 
' ; Patrick J., paper ruler (N. Y.), bds. 

90 Fifth 
" Philip, junk, h. 45 Willow 
" Rod, at B. & L. E. R. shop, rms. 106 

Cambridge [av. 

" Sophia, widow, nurse, h. 218 Putnam 
" Thomas, canvasser, b. 7 Maynard pi. 
" Thomas, lumber piler, 13 Broadway, 

h. r. 53 Vine 
" Thomas H., floor layer, bds. 90 Fifth 
" Timothy, waiter (Parker House, B.), 

h. 1 Linehan's block, Third 
" Wallace, sign painter, b. 166 Main 
" Wm., lithographer, Riverside Press 
" Wm., mill hand, 162 Broadway, h. 

Jefferson 
" Wm. Rev., h. 11 Meacham 
" Wm. A. (W. A. McDonald & Co.), 

painter, r. 113 Cambridge, bds. 162 

do. 
" Wm. S., printer, h. 65 Western av. 
" W. A. & Co. (Wm. A. McDonald), 

painters, rear 113 Cambridge 
" see Macdonald 
McDonnell Bridget Miss, h. 105 Kinnaird 
" Bros. (Jeremiah B., Michael J. and 

Thos. J. McDonnell), job printers, 

382 Cambridge 
" Jas., lab., h. North av. , n. Tannery 
" James, tailor, 8 Boylston, h. 5 Mill 
" Jeremiah B. (McDonnell Bros.), 

printer, 382 Camb., h. at Som. 
" John, laborer, h. 271 Putnam av. 
" Mary Miss, h. 105 Kinnaird 
" Michael J. (McDonnell Bros.), 

printer, 382 Camb., h. at Som. 
" Thomas J. (McDonnell Bros.), 

printer, 382 Camb., h. at Som. 
McDonough John, engineer, Gas Co.'s 

Works, Third, h. 36 Amory 
" John J., carriagesmith, h. 110 Gore 
" J. H., conductor, Camb. P. R. Co. 
" Mary, widow of Pelix, bds. Tannery 
" Michael J., net maker, Amer. Net 

and Twine Co., foot Second, bds. 

154 Third 
•' Patrick, engineer, Gas Co.'s Works, 

Third, h. 36 Amory 
" Patrick H., bds. 154 Third 
" Wm., teamster, Gas Works, Third, 

h. 17 Sparks 
McDorman Wm., ladder maker, 139 Gore, 

bds. 168 Camb. 
McDougall Alex., molder, 356 Main, h. 66 

Second 
" Alexander M., iron moulder, h. 64 

Webster avenue [av. 

" Edward, carpenter, b. 77 L Putnam 
MeDow James, baker, h. 69 Brookline 
McDowell James, foreman, 15 Eiver, h. 69 

Brookline 



McDowell Samuel B., laborer, Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. 2 Huron 
" Thomas W., cigar maker, h. 19 Ham- 
ilton 
" Wm., night watchman, Eevere Sugar 

Refinery, h. rear 73 Cambridge 
" Wm. J., laborer, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, bds. 2 Huron 
McDuffee John, clerk of committees, office 

City Hall, h. 10 Wallace 
" RufusL., student, bds. 10 Wallace 
McEachan Daniel, wood moulder, Otis, c. 

First, h. at Everett 
McElarney Patrick, cracker dealer, h. 42 

Dunster 
McElearney Bernard, city lamplighter, h. 

17 Wyeth 
" Edward, lamp lighter, b. 17 Wyeth 
McEllroy Wm., confectioner, 28 Shepard, 

house do. 
McElroy Ann, widow, h. r. 180 Main 
" Buckley, cooper, 138 Gore 
" Daniel, bds. 20 Spring 
" Daniel P., teamster, h. 20 Spring 
" Edward B., fancy glass blower, h. 

49 Fifth 
" Francis G., building mover, 133 

Third, h. do. 
" Francis J., carpenter, h. 212 Bridge 
" Hugh, grease collector, h. rear 58 

Charles 
" Hugh H., glass blower, 3 Second, h. 

at Somerville 
" James, book-keeper (47 Kilby, B.), 

bds. rear 180 Main 
" J., conductor, Camb. R. R. Co., h. at 

Brighton 
" James, laborer, b. 103 Fourth 
" James, police station 2, h. 6'6 School 
" James, tin peddler, h. 153 Winsor 
" John, grocer, 32 Vine, h. do. 
" John J., teamster, boards 10 Fourth 

street place 
" Joseph, baker, h. 10i Fourth st. pi. 
" Owen, teamster (B.), h. 68 Second 
" Mary E. Miss, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, 

b. 153 Winsor 
" Matthew, cooper, h. 163 Columbia 
" Patrick, h. 103 Fourth 
" Patrick H., clerk, 32 Vine, b. do. 
" Patrick J., glass blower, 3 Second, 

h. 21 Fourth 
" Peter J., glass blower, 3 Second, h. 

at Charlestown 
" Wm., blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

North 
McElwain James, cabinet maker, Otis, c. 

First, rooms 54 Fourth 
McEnery Frank, wood carver, Otis, corner 

First, h. at Charlestown 
McEnroe Owen, stone cutter, First, near 

Spring, h. at Boston 
McFadden John, laborer, Camb. cemetery, 

h. 263 Mt. Auburn 



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Mount Auburn, boards 263 do. 

" Margaret, widow, h. 184 Bridge 

" Michael, conductor, Carab. R. R. Co. 
I). ."> Distillhouse 

11 Stephen, city laborer, h. 2(51 Franklin 

" Win. H., carpenter, h. 3 Distillhouse 
McFall David Rev., chaplain. House of 
Correction, and pastor (Chambers 
st. chapel, B.), h. 90 Fourth 

; ' S. John, cigar maker, 599 Main, li. 
at Somerville 
McFarland Adeline A., widow of James 
C, house 10 State 

" Albert, blacksmith, 156 River, h. do. 

" Bridget, widow, h. HI Elm 

McFABLAND BROS. (Roscoe 
E. and Forrest F. McFarland), pro- 
visions and grocers, Wash., corner 
Brewery, and 1J0 and 112 Harvard 
(see p. 42) 
" CeliaF., teacher, Allston grammar 
school, boards 9fc> Winsor 

Chas., Avaiter (B.), rooms 41 Wash. 

Colin, variety store, 26 Brewery, b. 8 
Rogers' brick block, Main 

Eliza Mrs., nurse, h. 83 Plymouth 

Elizabeth, wid. of John, h. 80 Boyl- 
ston 

Ephraim A., teamster, Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. 78 Fifth 

Fannie B. Miss, music teacher, 10 
State, boards do. 

Forrest E. (McFarland Bros.), pro- 
visions, Wash., c. Brewery, and 
grocer, 110 and 112 Harvard, h. 3 
Rogers' block, Main 

Francis, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 
h. r. 198 Bridge [Market 

Geo. H., machinist, 17 Main, bds. 20 

James, boot maker, 151 North av., h. 
at Somerville 

James, machinist, 17 Main h. 20 Mar- 
ket 

Jane, widow of Geo., h. 12 Jay 

John, case maker, 162 Broadway, h. 
102 Hampshire 

Lorenzo R., clerk, 110 Harvard, h. 
112 do. 

Mark, teamster, Richardson & Bacon 
b. 25 Decatur 

Robert, laborer, h. 31 Harding 

Robert L., clerk, Wash., c. Brewery, 
h. 3 Rogers' block, Main 

Roscoe E. (McFarland Bros.), pro- 
visions, Wash., cor. Brewery, and 
grocer, 110 and 112 Harvard, h. 18-i 
Tremont 

Samuel G. , conductor, Camb. R. R. 
Co., house at Brighton 

Thos., laborer, b. 141 Elm 

Wm., tinsmith, 502 Main, b. 12 Jay 

. widow, h. 45 Kinnaird 



McFarlane Chas. A., foreman, 517 Main, 
h. 27 Grigg [102 Hrmpshire 

" John, case maker, h\2 Broadway, h. 

" John, wood carver, 44 Camb.. h. at 

Boston [Elm 

" Thos., laborer, 184 Broadway, h. 141 

" see Macfarlane 
McFayden Samuel, boarding-house, 26 

Holyoke 
McFeeley Patrick, boot and shoe maker, 

93 Main, rooms do. 
McGachie Henry, blacksmith, B. & L. R. 

li. shop, h. at Charlestown 
McGaffery James, carpenter, h. 5 Hunting 
McGatfigan Michael, river, Camb. 11. R. 

Co. , h. 2 George 
McGahey Andrew, upholsterer, 25 Brattle, 
house 119 Mt. Auburn 
" Henrv, mason, h. 126 Third 
" John,' h. 126 Third 
McGallen Dennis, h. 2 Lechmere place 
McGann Andrew F., laborer, b. 7 Andrew 
" Chas., printer, b. 7 Andrew 
" Frank, tinsmith, 502 Main 
" Hannah, widow of Thos., h. 7 Andrew 
" John, laborer, h. 19 Jefferson 
McGarity Joseph, sewing-machine agent, 
h. 3 Essex court [land, h. do. 

McGarr Mary Miss, variety store. 20 Fort- 
McGaughev James, teamster, 169 Gore, h. 

143 do. 
McGeary Eugene, laborer, h. Rogers' ct. 
McGee Ellen, widow, h. 34 Washington 
" John, safe maker, 17 Main 
" Patrick, engineer, 184 Broadwav, h. 
122 Elm 
McGeoch Alexander, h. 93 Washington 
McGeough John, hostler. Camb. R. R. Co. 
Duuster st. stable [b. 276 do. 

McGibbon Edw. T., clerk. 288 Broadway. 
McGiel J. D.. compositor, Riverside Press 
McGill Chas. L., shoemaker, 3l£ River, h. 
2 Ericsson court 
" David, clerk (3 Bowdoin sq. 

D. W. Fales'. Carver 
" James D.. at Riverside Press 
45 Blackstone 
McGillicuddy John, brick layer, 
" John, driver, Chas. R. St. Ry Co. 
" Nellie Miss, cracker packer, boards 
166 Green [burn 

" Timothy, coachman, h. 241 Mt. Au- 
McGillivray Alex.. (McGillivray Bros.), 
171 Main, b. 22 Harvard * 
" Bros., (Alexander and Stephen), 
groceries and provisions, 171 Main 
" Stephen (McGillivray Bros.), provi- 
sions 171 Main. bds. 374 do. 
McGilvreay Freeman, engineer B. & L. R. 
R., house 95 Otis [Broadway 

McGilvray Alex. A., carpenter, bds. 271 
" David F.. bds. 7 Holyoke plate 
" Elouise C, widow of David F., h. 7 
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McGilvray Jacob B., hotel clerk, boards 7 
Holyoke place 
" John, carpenter, h. r. 9 Suffolk 
McGinley Charles, boiler maker, 92 Main 
McGinn James, butcher, bds. 172 Franklin 
McGinness Allen J., carpenter, house 195 
Norfolk 
'* Daniel, arctic maker, Am. Rubber 

Co., rooms 23 1^ Broadway 
" Edward, brakeman F. R. R., house 

12 Railroad 
" E. F., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
" George R., box maker, boards 212 

Bridge 
" Hugh J., teamster 115 Bridge, house 

rear 6G Second 
" James A., carriage wood worker, 442 

Main, h. 44 May 
" John, gardener, h. 39 May 
" Kate J. Miss, h. 212 Bridge 
" Mary, Miss, dressmaker, 39 May h. 

do. 
" Robert, tailor, h. 24 Eighth 
" Robert, jr., upholsterer, (B), boards 
24 Eighth 
. " Thomas, laborer, h. 30 Davis 
McGinnis Elizabeth I., widow, house 198 
Bridge 
" James H., newspapers, b. 198 Bridge 
McGinty Wm., stone cutter, First, opp. 

Spring, h. do. 
McGirr Mary, widow of Francis F., h. 110 
Otis 
" Patrick, expressman, Lyceum bldg. , 
Harvard row, h. r. 215 Mt, Auburn 
McGivney John, brass moulder (Charles- 
town), h. 50 Spring 
McGlashan Alex., machinist, h. 65^ Spruce 
" Alex, jr., engineer, bds. 65^ Spruce 
McGlinchy Andrew, bookfinisher, (31 Ex- 
change, B. ) h. 1 Athens pi. 
" James, laborer, h. 92 Fifth 
" Peter, bottler, h. 271 Main 
•' John, produce pedler, bds. 92 Fifth 
McGoldrick Edward F., butcher, boards 14 
Soden 
" Hugh E., butcher, h. 14 Soden 
McGort Matthew, shoemaker, 82 Spring, 

h. 23 McCabe 
McGovern George, at John Reardon & 
Sons 
" James, cabinet maker, bds. 23 Carson 
" James, laborer, 169 Gore, house 8 
Mullin's ct. [court 

" John, laborer, h. Burns Block, Barns 
" John, h, r. 123 Spring 
" John B., h. r. 201 Cambridge 
" Lawrence, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 

19 Ninth 
" Margaret, widow, h. 29 Carson 
" Mary, widow of Frank, h. 23 Carson 
" Nellie F., Miss, dressmaker, 23 Car- 
son, bds. do. 
" Thomas, boiler maker, 92 Main 



McGowan Henry, machinist, 2 Gordon pi., 
h. at Boston 

" John, laborer, h. 7 Holly 

" John L., cabinet maker, State, cor. 
Osborn, h. a Chelsea 

" Michael, teamster. First, cor. Thorn- 
dike, h. 105 Fourth 

•' M. J., driver Camb. R. R. Co., house 
at Watertown 

" Thomas J., plumber, b. 17 South 

" Wm., laborer, h. 17 South 
McGrady Daniel, night watchman, 120 

Green, h. 30 Bay 
McGrane Patrick, porter, 622 Main, bds. 

159 Franklin 
McGrath Daniel, h. 17 Pine 

" Daniel F., molder, b. 192 Columbia 

" Dennis, grease collector, h. 9 Valen- 
tine 

" James H., painter, house rear 16 
Antrim 

" Jane, widow of Edward, h. 1 Sym- 
ond's blk., DeWolf 

" John, h. 192 Columbia 

" John, J. driver, Camb. R. R. Co.,b. 
5 Frank 

" Martha L. Mrs., h. 142 Pleasant 

" Michael, hostler, 6 Brattle, h. rear 
Murray, n. Eliot 

" Michael, liquors, 36 Warren h. do. 

" Michael, tinsmith, h. 432 Broadway 

" Michael F., salesman (477 Washing- 
ton, B), bds. 4 Holworthy 

" Wm. , action maker, 113 Broadway 
McGraw Thomas, boiler maker, 9 2 Main 
McGregor John, stonecutter, 258 Mount 
Auburn, b. 7 Hayward pi. 

" Margaret L. Miss, dressmaker, 57 
Ellery, h. do. 

" Peter, cutter, N. E. Glass Works, b. 
12 Third 

" see MacGregor 
McGrougherty Daniel, laborer, house 198 

Norfolk 
McGruder Frank, clerk (B.), bds. r. 358 
Broadway 

" Patrick, confectioner, h 15 Brewery 
McGue Thomas, furniture mover, Lech- 
mere sq., house 150 Bridge 
McGuigan Charles, laborer C. VV. W., h. 
95 Third [gen's, New 

McGuigen Edward, laborer, b. P. McGui- 

" Patrick, laborer, h. New, n. F. R. R. 
McGuire Bridget Mrs., h. 19 DeWolf 

" Charles T., teamster (Somervllle), 
boards 34 Warren 

" Cornelius C, conductor Camb. R R. 
Co., house 19 DeWolf 

" Eliza, wid. of Wm. B., h. 18 Lopez 

" Frank, varnish^r, h. 161 Franklin 

" Frank J., boiler maker (Chas'n), 
boards 112 Third [North 

" James, at Am. Rubber Co., h. 18 

" John, book- binder, Riverside Press 



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McGuirc John, laborer 169 Gore, h. 34 

Warren 
" John, painter, b. 19 DeWolf 
" Joseph, h. 34 Jefferson 
" M;,r,a L. Mrs., dressmaker 112 Third 

house do. 
" Michael, clerk (26 to 34 Winter, B.) 

house 82 Spring 
" Patrick, bootmaker Am. Rubber Co. 
" Peter, horse shoer Chas. R. St. R'y 

Co., b. at Somerville 
" Thomas, baker 89 Elm, h. do. 
" Thomas, laborer 162 Broadway, h. 

49 Harvard 

" Thomas, at 153 Putnam av., b. 18 Mill 

" see Maguire [h. do. 

McGurk James, liquors 1 Webster avenue, 

" John, blacksmith's helper B. & L. R. 

R. shop h. 5 Vine 
" John, varnish maker Am. Rubber 

Co., h. 49 Hampshire 
" Jrhn W., clerk 461 Main, house 17 

Washington 
" Patrick, mason, h. 174 Columbia 
" Peter, boiler maker B. & L. R. R. 

shop, h. 13 Buck's block. Seventh 
" Terrance, laborer, h. 49 Willow 
McGurr John, bookbinder, Riverside Press 
McGurty Francis H., foreman 31 Hamp- 

sbire, house 123 Winsor 
" John J., calenderer 31 Hampshire, 

house 75 Hastings 
McHugh Charles, iron molder Third cor. 

Bent, h. 89 Putnam av. 
" Cornelius, iron molder Third corner 

Bent, h. 89 Putnam av. [bia 

" Daniel, fresco painter h. 174 Colum- 
" Prank, marble and granite worker 

43 Main, house 81 Charles 
" FranK, molder 356 Main 
" John, wheelwright, h. 6 Lincoln 
" Timothy J., brass finisher, h.1'7 Clark 
" see McCue 
Mcllvain Samuel V., coachman 125 Mag- 
azine, bds. 91 Chestnut 
Mclnerney Katie Miss, dressmaker 188 

Green, bds. do. 
Mclnnes Hugh H., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 36 Cherry 
" Richard, freight car repairer B. & 

L. R. R. shop [folk 

Mclnness Allen J., carpenter, h. 195 Nor- 

" Angus, carpenter 110 Inman, house 

158 Pleasant 
" Edward, cabinet maker 44 Camb., 

house at Boston 
" Wm., sawyer 44 Camb., rms. 180 do. 
Mclntee John, laborer, b. 12 McCabe 
Mclntire Amelia A., widow of Ebenezer, 

house 70 Otis 
" Amelia T. Miss, copyist Otis corner 

Second, boards 70 Otis 
" Annie E., widow, h. r. 161 Otis 



McUVTIRE CHARLES J., 
counsellor-at-law (75 State, !>.,. 

house 70 Otis (see page 501) 
" George W. .paper hanger, h. 70 Inman 
" Herbert B., physician 22 Appian 

way, house do. 
' " Thos., carriage painter, h. 41 Amory 
" Warren 15., clerk (Somerville), h. 

11 Fourth 
" Warren B., herdic driver (Somer- 

erville), h. 149 Cambridge 
" see Mclntyre 
Mcintosh Alexander, tailor, 430 Harvard, 

house at Boston [b. 5 Rockwell 

" Ephraim D., tinman. 153 Putnam av., 
•' Geo., carriage builder, 376 Main, b. 

52 Austin 
'* Hugh, wood turner, Otis, cor. First. 

house 210 Broadway 
" James, tinsmith. 446 Main 
" S. R., blacksmith, 225 Bridge, house 

at Wilmington 
'* Thos., carpenter, h. 18 Orchard 
Mclntyre Alexander, carpenter, house 327 

Cambridge [way, h. do. 

" Augusta Mrs., tailoress, 432 Broad- 
" Catherin Miss, artist, bds. 30 Hub- 
bard avenue 
" Wm. W. Mrs., dressmaker. 146 Mt. 

Auburn, house do. [Brookline 

Mclver Chas. H. G. , teamster, boards 101 

" James, tinsmith, 153 Putnam av., b. 

5 Rockwell [Brookline 

" Mary A., widow of Edward, h. 1(1 
" Wm. John, laborer, 184 Broadway. 

h. 2 Hastings 
McJunkins Samuel, fresco painter (114 

Harrison av., B.), h. 4 Houghton 
McKay Alexander, carpenter, h. 7 Revere 
" Chas., cooper, 138 Gore 
" Chas., piper, Am. Rubber Co., house 

114 Spring 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 1 Murdock 
; ' Hannah Mrs., boarding-house, 347 

Main 
" Henry, laborer, h. 6 Hunting 
" James, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 61 North 
" James, stone cutter, 10 Bridge 
" Kenneth, roreman Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth, h. 93 Cambridge 
" Margaret A., widow of William, h. 

130 Spring [Spring 

" Robert S., teamster, 17 East. h. 122i 
" Thomas, moulder, h. 347 Main 
" William, cutter N. E. Glass Works. 

North 
" William, gardener. 29 Fayette b. do. 
McKean Annie H., widow h. 29 Everett 
McKee Andrew H., potter A. H. Hews & 

Co.. h. 301 North ave. 
" Geo. H.. potter A. H. Hews & Co.. 

h. 43 Cogswell ave. 
McKeen Benjamin P., driver Camb. R. R. 

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McKeen Homer C, conductor Camb. R.R. 

Co., b. 104 Thorndike 
' ' John A. , blacksmith, h. 1 04 Thorndike 
" Sarah, busher, 139 Broadway, bds. 

104 Thorndike 
" William B., hairdresser, 4 Pearl, h. 

30 Decatur 
McKeever Edward, bricklayer h. 66 Charles 
" Susan E. Mrs., h. 141 Camb. 
" William J., compositor University 

Press, b. 141 Cambridge 
McKelleget Patrick, h. 267 Cambridge 
" Richard J., lawyer (19 Court, room 4 

B.), h. 152 Cambridge 
McKenna Alexander J., clerk (176 Atlan- 
tic ave., B ), h. 4 North 
" Ann, widow of Hugh, h. r. 27 Sixth 
" Barned, butcher, 169 Gore, bds. 13 

Squire's ct. 
" Bernard, laborer, b. r. 16 Brookline 
" Bessie Miss, h. 5 Hamilton [do. 

" Bridget Mrs., grocer, 123 Fourth, h. 
'• Edward, sawyer, h. 5 Hamilton 
" Francis H., teamster, 103 Bridge, b. 

114 Spring 
" Hugh, watchman. E. R. R., house 17 

Willow 
" Hugh, Jr., shipping-clerk (B.), bds. 

17 Willow [ave. 

" Hugh J., engineer, h. 118 Webster 
" Hugh P., printer (B.), boards rear 27 

Sixth 
" James, teamster, b. 3 Squire's ct. 
" James, teamster, 103 Bridge, h. 114 

Spring 
" James, teamster, Wm. Reardon, h. 

Portland, cor. Vandine 
" John, helper, 126 Portland, house r. 

116 Brookline 
" John, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 3 Squire's 

court 
" John, laborer, Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, house 123 Fourth 
" John, laborer, Waverly, cor. Talbot 

house 93 Brookline 
" John, teamster (Som.) h. Ill Spring 
" John, Jr., cooper, b. r. 116 Brookline 
" John J., hostler, b. 33 Warren 
" Mary, widow, h. 13l£ Third 
" Matthew,, teamster, b. r. 27 Sixth 
" Neil, cook, Memorial Hall, rms. do. 
" Owen, lab., 169 Gore, h. 33 Warren 
" Patrick^ harness maker, 2 Camb. 
" Patrick, laborer B. & M. R. R., bds. 

40 First 
" Patrick, mason's helper, house Her- 
mann's block, Munroe 
" Patrick F., driver, bds. 3 Squire's ct. 
" Patrick F., moulder, Pelham, bds. 23 

Green 
" Peter, laborer, b. rear 15 Washington 
McKenney Frank E., tin peddler, house 107 
Winsor 



McKenney James H., granite polisher, 258 
Mt. Auburn, b. 17 Maynard pi. 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 2 Garden 

street place 
" Patrick, carr.enter, h. 17 Maynard pi. 
" Volley B., tin peddler, b. 107 Winsoi 
McKenzie Alexander, pastor First church 
in Cambridge, and secretary of 
overseers H. U., h. 12 Garden 
" Charles B., draughtsman, A. Mc- 
Donald, Mt. Auburn, bds. 24 Hol- 
worthy pi. 
" Frank E., carpenter, h. 11 Andrew 
" Geo. F., furniture finisher (48 Canal 

B.), h. 134 Thorndike 
" James, baker, 502 Main, h. 10 Lopez 
" Jas. K., blacksmith, 496 Main, b. 10 

Essex 
" James L., shoemaker, h. Rogers' ct. 
; ' John, carpenter, h. 4 Cogswell pi. 
" John R. , pressman Riverside Press, 

h. 139 Brookline 
" Kenneth, key maker, 139 Broadway, 

rooms 78 Washington 
" Kenneth, tanner, h. Harris at Somer- 

ville line 
' ' Margaret wid. of Duncan, h. 78 Spring 
" Mary H. Miss, gilder, b. 129 Brookline 
" Nellie M. Miss, foreman Cambridge 

laundry, bds. at Boston 
" Roderick, tailor (32 North, B), bds. 

51 Winter 

" William, clerk (5 Winter, B.), house 

31 Market [do. 

McKeon Jas., barrels, 18 Webster av., h. 20 

" Margaret Miss, clerk, 587 Main, bds. 

20 Webster avenue 

McKeown Wm. F., jig-sawyer (B.), house 

196 Columbia 
McKethen Mary, widow of Fred'k, house 

35 Elmer 
McKewen Frederick, moulder, 356 Main, 

house 59 Moore 
McKillican Robert (McKillican & Marks), 
roofer, 49 Winter, h. do. 
" & Marks (Robert McKillican & 
Michael F. Marks), roofers, 49 
Winter 
McKillop James (J. McKillop & Co.), 
horse shoer, 427 Cambridge, house 
at Somerville 
" J. & Co. (James McKillop), horse 
shoers, 427 Cambridge 
McKim Robert, teamster, 74 Boylston, bds. 

88 do. 
McKinley Alonzo A., printer, bds. 18 Park 
" Melissa M. Miss, teacher Allston 

grammar school, b. 422 Main 
" William J., mat maker, 120 Brook- 
line, bds. 101 do. 
McKinnon Annie Miss, clerk 119£ Camb., 
b. 64 Winter 



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McKinnon Charles E. (Kelley & MeKin- 

iidii ; . carpenter, 7 Western av., and 

Harvard Kink Co., 13 Putnam av., 

house 12 Clinton 
" Daniel W., bread store 119i Camb., 

and freight conductor F. R. It., b. 

CI Winter 
11 Elizabeth, wid. of John, h. 22 Green 
" Geo., gardener, 19 Bowdoin, b. do. 
" Geo. W., carpenter, h. 126£ Green 
" Howard, earriagesniitb, 4G Cambridge 

bouse at Boston [64 Winter 

" John, entry clerk (481 Wash., B.), b. 
" John, helper, 356 Main, h. 5 Hannum's 

bloek--120 Broadway 
" John, h. 64 Winter [b. 22 Green 

" John J., carriage painter, 156 River, 
" Nelson, carpenter, h. 3 Austin place 
" Norman, carpenter, b. 64 Winter 
" Patrick, moulder, b. 22 Green 
McKirk Cornelius, cabinet maker, house 80 

Washington 
McKone John, laborer, b. r. 9 Norton pi. 
McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

503 Main, house 95 Auburn 
" LeroyP. C.,trav. salesman, 503 Main 

house 99 Norfolk 
McLane John, laborer, house Sibley court 
" Kate Miss, h. 49 Harvard 
" Melissa A., wid. b. 117 Thorndike 
" see McLean 
McLaren, see Maelaren 
McLaud Geo., porter (132 Federal, B.), 

boards 32 Second [Potter 

McLaughlin Alexander, grinder, Third, c. 

" lonzo T., carpenter, h. 63 Harvard 

" Daniel, laborer, h. 5 Rogers' block, 

Main 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 10 Somerset 
" James, house 180 Hampshire 
" James, cabinet maker, 23 Brattle, h. 

468 Cambridge 
" James, laborer, h. 177 Main 
" James, pressman, 368 Main, house at 

Watertown 
" John, grocer, 24 Vine, h. 15 do. 
" Joseph A., brush maker, h. 99 Sixth 
" Joseph H., carpenter, h. 79 Putnam 

avenue [Som. 

" Matthew, coachman 37 Mellen, h. at 
" Michael, bottler 19 Wash., h. do. 
" Patrick, cook (5 Broad, B.), house 

28 Hancock 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 1 Webster av. 
" Susan A., widow of Patrick H., h. 

94 Tremont [Camb. 

" Thos. F., clerk, 24 Viae, house 323 
" vVm., oil clothing cutter, h. 4 Vine 
McLean Alexander, book binder, Riverside 
Press [blk., Crescent av. 

" Alexander, carpenter, house Emerson 
" Allen L., carpenter, h. 1 Garden ct. 
" Annie Miss, house 173 Elm 



McLean Archibald, polisher, h. 1 Rogers 
brick block, .Main 
" Bert, clerk. 272 Broadway, b. c, Elm 
" Charles, ice (Chas'n), b. 42 Second 
" Daniel, iron molder, Third, c. Bent, 

house at Wesl .Med turd 
" Daniel J., laddermaker, 139 Gore, 

rooms 127£ Cambridge 

" Geo. W., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

house 1 State [h. 5 Rice 

" Isaac, carpenter (32 Lancaster, B.), 

" James, tinsmith, 8 Brattle, boards 61 

Boylston 
" John, laborer, h. C,\ Boylston 
" John A., painter, h. r. 178 Green 
" John S., carpenter, h. McDonald 
" John S., plumber, 8 Brattle, boards 

61 Boylston 
" Norman, b. 1 Rogers' brick blk., Main 
" Sarah Miss, dressmaker, h. 173 Elm 
" Wm., cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge, 

house at Melrose 
" Wm.. laborer, h. 110 Tremont 
" see McLain and McLane [Pearl 

McLearn Sarah, widow of Matthew, h. 71 
McLellan Daniel, laborer, h. 170 Norfolk 
" Edward W., student H. U., bds. 10 
Oxford [do. 

" Wm. B., coachman, 13 Chauncy, b. 
McLelland James P., clerk (114 Faneuil 
Hall Market. B.), h. r. 21 Lopez 
" see Maclelland 
McLennan Joh". slater, h. rear 258 Biidge 
McLeod Archibald S., clerk, 3 Brattle sq., 
h. 2 Symonds blk., DeWolf 
" E., cabi et maker, 1G2 Broadway, h. 
at Chelsea [DeWolf 

" Euphemia, wid. of Ronald, house 46 
" Harriet S., wid. of Daniel, house 26 
Dudley [Lopez 

" John, soap maker, 172 Pearl, house 21 
" John, soap maker, h. 9 Perry 
" Joseph, mason, h. 18 Eliot 
" Malcolm, h. No. 2. rear 142 Spring 
McLoud Roderick A., horse shoer 18 Camb. 

house 90 Spring 
McMahan Bryan, porter Camb. R. R. Co., 
house 24 Dunster 
" Charles, teamster, Lowland ave., h. 

108 Third 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Green 
McMahar Bernard, brick layer, house 126 

Brookline 
McMahon Edward, lead maker N. E. Glass 
Works yard, h. 7 Water 
" Ellen, widow, h. 7 Water 
" James, currier, h. 17(3 Franklin 
" James, laborer, h. Murray, cor. Hil- 
ton place 
'« John. blacksmith. 9 Tenney.h.56Cedar 
" J., foreman can dept. , 502 Main, h. 

120 Elm 
" Michael, at John Reardon & Sons, b. 
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McMahon Owen, laborer, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 2 Water 
" Patrick, b. 12 McCabe 
" Patrick, grocer, 8 Third, h. do. 
" Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 5 Linehan's 

block, Third 
" Thos., carriage-trimmer. Church, opp. 

Palmer, h. 28 Dunster 
" Thomas, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 159 

Spring 
McMann Eliza, widow of Thomas, h. 18 

Brown [way 

McManus Charles, key finisher, 139 Broad- 

'• Felix, mixer N. E. Glass Works, h. 

99 Gore 
" John, hairdresser, 337 Main, b. do. 
" Thomas, teamster (48 Canal, B.), h. 

123 Fourth 
McMaster Robert, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

h. 2 Broadway [Rollins ct. 

" William H., baker, 502 Main, h. 1 

McMAUGH BARIVERD W., 
mason and builder, 126 Brookline, 
h. do. (see p. 476) 
" Patrick, soap pedler, h. 143 Winsor 
McMeniman Charles, h. 15 Vine 

" Charles jr., painter, 44 Gore, house 

Ik Fifth 
" William J., at Boston Bridge Works, 
b. 15 Vine 
McMenimen Charles E. (Chas. E. McMen- 
imen & Co.), painter, 44 Gore, h. 8 
Fifth 
" Chas. E. & Co. (Chas. E. McMeni- 
men), painters, 44 Gore 
" Frederick A., pressman's apprentice, 

Riverside Press, b. 68 Winter 
" George A., conductor C. R. R. Co., 
b. 68 Winter [Eighth 

" John A., iron cornice maker, h. 24 
" Joseph M., teamster, b. 68 Winter 
" Kate E. Mrs., dressmaker, 24 Eighth, 
h. do. [Winter 

" Mary, widow of William M., h. 68 
" Michael, hostler, Eighth street sta- 
ble Cambridge Railroad, 223 Camb. 
'' William H., police, station 3, h. 35 
Fourth 
McMichael Winfield L, hairdresser, h. 114 

Columbia 
McMillen Daniel, carpenter, h. r. 854 Main 
" Geo. F , gas fitter, b. 410 Main 
" Kate Miss, dressmaker, 420 Main, 

house do. 
" William, carpenter, h. 410 Main 
McMullenJ. H.,painter,Chas. R.St.Ry.Co. 
" Peter, cutter N. E. Glass Works, North, 
h. at Chas'n 
McMullins James, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 14 

Warren 
McMunn Albert, meter repairer, Gas Co's 
Works, Third, h. at Somerville 
" G3orge F., meter repairer Gas Co's 
Works, Third, house at Somerville 



McMurray John, laborer, 449 Main, b. 40 

Pine 
" Peter (McMurray & Jones), horse- 

shoer, Third, h. 58 Webster av. 
" & Jones (Peter McMurray & Chas. 

E. Jones), horseshoers and carriage 

mnfrs., Third, c. Potter 
McMurtrie David, salesman (477 Wash., 

B.), h. 7 Second-st. ct. 
McNabb Angus, carpenter (B.), house 53 

Clark 
" Angus Alex, laborer, b. 53 Clark 
" John A., tinware buffer, Third, c. Pot- 
ter. h.54 Portland 
" William S., piano regulator, 284 

M in, b. 53 Clark 
McNair Alexander, bread store, 34 River 

and 566 Main, h. at Boston 
" Michael, currier, Dudley, house at 

Boston 
McNall Catherine, widow of John, house 

rear 141 Columbia 
McNally Alice, wid. of Jas., h. 12 Railroad 
" Daniel, bootmaker, 43£ Camb., h.l7£ 

Third [rms. 12 Dunster 

" J. Rankin, conductor C. R. R. Co., 
" Michael, plasterer, b. 71 Cambridge 
McNamara Ann, widow of Malachi, h. 9 

Hamilton 
" Ann E. Miss, packer, 502 Main, b. 

70 Brookline 
" Arthur W., book agent, b. 17 Allston 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 16 Hayes ct. 
" Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, house 5 

Harding [h. 1 Ninth 

" Daniel J., provisions, 240 Cambridge, 
" Dennis, printer, h. r. 233 Franklin 
" Eugene T., wood engraver (B.), b. 

417 Cambridge 
" George, laborer, b. 24 Harrison 
" James, city teamster, h. 70 Brookline 
" James, driver C. R. R. Co., house 61 

Holworthy 
" John, hostler C. R. R. Co., Mt. Au- 
burn stable, b. 60 Auburn pi. 
" John, laborer, 356 Main 
" John, lead maker N. E. Glass Works 

yard, b. 7 Water 
" John, organ varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 417 Cambridge 
" John E., clerk, 437 Camb., b. 417 do. 
" John J., butcher, h. 273 Cambridge 
" John J., printer, b. 70 Brookline 
" John O., laborer, b. r. 126 Brookline. 
" John T., teamster, b. 214 Franklin 
" John W., laborer, 169 Gore, house 6 

McCabe 
" Matthias, wood turner, b. 17 Allston 
" Michael, wood turner (34 Beverly, 

B.), h. 17 Allston, cor. Bell 
" Patrick, city laborer, house rear 12G 

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" Patrick, laborer, h. 214 Frenklin 



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McNamara Patrick F., lab., bds. rear 126 

Brookline Bro tkline 

" Thomas, braes finisher, bds. rear 126 

" William, lab., Third, cor. Rogers, b. 

323 Cambridge 
" William, wood turner (34 Beverly, 
B.), bds. 17 Allston 
McNamee David I., granite worker, John 
McNamee, h. l ;, .» Vineyard 
" Fannie C. Miss, cashier, 436 Harvard, 

bds. 3 Athens 
" Hugh J., police, station l,h. 3 Athens 
" James H., foreman, Union "Marble 

Works, h. 1 Huron 
" James T., bookbinder, 418 Harvard, 

bds. 3 Athens 
" John, lab., Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 

58 Winter 
" John, liquors, tobacco and cigars, 333 

Main, h. do. 
" John, plumber, h. 126 Brookline 
" John, prop., Union Marble Works. 
Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood ave., h, 
180 Lake View ave. 
" John H. H., bookbinder, 418 Har- 
vard, h. 46 Trowbridge 
" John J., lab., Revere Sugar Refinery, 

h. 57 Vine 
" John T., marble worker, h. 12 Eliot 
" Mary, forewoman, 10 Arrow 
" Mary, wid. of John, h. 333 Main 
" Wiliiam A., marble worker, Mount 
Auburn, opp. Elmwood ave., h. 29 
Vineyard [ton, h. do. 

McNaughton Anthony, milkman, 69 A 11s- 
'• Charles D., variety store, 232 Pearl, 
bds. 69 Allston [bridge 

" Lilias I)., wid. of Daniel, h. 62 Trow- 
" see Naughton 
McNaul John, decorator, N. E. Glass 

Works, North, h. at Somerville 
McNeil Angus, carpenter, h. rear 382 Cam- 
bridge 
" Edward, painter, bds. 26 Essex 
" William C. , painter, h. 458 Cambridge 
" see McNeill 
McNeill James, carpenter, h. 70 Spruce 
" James, lab., h. 127 Washington 
" Stephen, carpenter, B. & L. R.R. shop 
McNichol Daniel, lab., h. r. 191 Dublin 
McNichols John, lab., 169 Gore, bds. Man- 
sion House 
" Patrick, porter (477 Washington, B.), 
h. 181 Bridge 
McNinch Robert W. (Cummings, Kenney & 
Co.), lumber, 22 Bridge, opposite 
Prison Point, h. at Boston 
" Samuel, book-keeper. 22 Bridge, opp. 
Prison Point, bds. at Boston 
McNulty Bernard, actor, h. 96 Spring 
i{ D. J., foreman of calender room, 
Amer. Rubber Co. [mont 

*« Hugh, lab. (Somerville), h. 100 Tre- 
" Hugh, lab., h. Garden ct. , last on left 



McNulty Jaraee E., lab., bds. Hugh Mc- 
Nulty's, Garden ct. 
" Kate Miss, h. R6 Spring 

Michael Mrs., mnfr., homoeopathic 
vial-, etc. . 17 Gore, h. do. 

McParthlan Thomas, lab., 184 Broadway 

Mcl'-ak Patrick, grocer, 61 Charles, h. do. 

" Patrick, helper. 17 Main, bds. at Bos- 
ton [54 HI iii 
McPeck George A., clerk. 161 Prospect, b. 
" James H., agent (Highland Spring 

Brewery. B.), h. 38 Union 
" Neal, liquors and restaurant, 161 
Prospect, h. 54 Elm 
McPhail Colin A., carpenter, h. 13 Rice 
McPhee Alexander, stone mason, h. 64 Sid- 
ney 
" Eliza Mrs., shirt maker, h. 64 Sidney 
" James, baker, bds. 127 Brookline 
" Margaret, wid. of Dougal, house 127 
Brookline [Chestnut 

McPherson Ann, widow of George R., h. 63 
" Ewen R., flour and com. mer. (204 

State, B.), h. 64 Chestnut 
" George, watchmaker, bds. 79 Boylston 
" Isabella, widow of Thomas, house 79 
Boylston [Florence 

" John, clerk (204 State, Boston), h. 4 
" John A., carpenter, h. 22 Cogswell 

ave. 
" Kate B.. wid. of George, h. 1 Salem 
" Roderick J., tailor, 121 Spring 
McQuade John, pressman, 368 Main, h. at 
Boston [B.). h- 110 Otis 

" John F., brass finisher (36 Bowker, 
McQuarrie Abraham H., harness maker, 163 
Cambridge, bds. 164 Gore 
" Daniel, action maker, 113 Broadway 
McQueen Alexander, cooper (B.). house 15 
Pine 
" Malcolm, marble cutter, h. 49 Elm 
McQuigin Frank J., compositor, h. 9 Hail- 
road [Franklifi 
McQuillan Mary A., widow of Hugh. h. 15n 
" Mary A., widow of Thomas, h. 85 
Brookline 
McRae Lewis K.. harness maker, house 9 
Rogers' block, Main [Press 
McRaith C. W.. compositor, Riverside 
McShane Wm. P.. packer. Amer. Rubber 
Co.. h. rear 102 Spring 

McSOBLEl ARCHIBALD. 
carpenter and builder, rear 577 

Main. h. 12 Pleasant (see p. 482) 
" James P., provisions, bds. 8 Stevens 

court 
" John. supt. street dept., office City 

Hall, h. 62 Spring 
" Mary, widow of John. h. 18 Vine 
" Peter, h. 125 Third "Fourth 

" Peter F.. driver, engine No. 3, h. 33 
" Tho>., teamster. 8 Stevens ct.. h. do. 
" Wesley A., pill maker, 150 Broad- 

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McSwain Samuel, carpenter, h. 218 Put- 
nam avenue 
McSweeney Daniel, laborer, b. 107 Spruce 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 114 Third 
" Edward D., shipper, Thorndike, bet. 

First and Second, b. 114 Third 
" Eliza, widow of Miles, b. 33 Jay 
" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 107 

Spruce 
" Michael, lumper, 162 Broadway, h. 2 

Dickinson 
" see Sweeney 
McTague Peter, h. 68 Harvard [Co. 

" Thomas, mill hand, Amer. Rubber 
McTavish Annie Miss, h. 37 Amory 

" Mary E. Miss, sea stress, house 37 
Amory 
McTeague Peter, liquors, 161 Portland,. 

h. 163 do. 
McVey John, hatter, bds. 391 Main 
" John, laborer, bds. 44 B >ylston 
" John, pottery, 23 Harvey, h. 11 do. 
McVicker Duncan, carpenter. b. 108 Camb. 
Mc Williams George, switchman, B. & A. 

R. R. , h. 18 Park 
McWhinnie James Rev., pastor, First Bap- 
tist church, h. 30 Magazine 
M'Cov Frank H., painter, 604 Main, h. 6 
Tufts 
" George M., agent (216 Washington. 

B.), h. 224 Putnam av. 
" Rozilla A., widow of Madison, h. 18 
Rockwell 
M'Creadv John C, editor, Com'l Reporter, 
(52 South Market, B.),h. 6(i Web- 
ster avenue 
" Samuel R., supt. ^52 So. Market, 
B.), h. CG Webster ay. 
Meacom Geo. E., apothecary, 128 Camb., 

h. at Chas'n 
Mead Charles C, printer (223 Wash., B.), 
h. 322 Harvard 
" Chas. W.. printer (223 Wash, B.), 

b. 322 Harvard 
" John F., mason and builder, h. 1 Jay 
" Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 79 

Bolton 
" Mary, widow of Wm., h. 8 Meacham 
" Thomas, gardener, 20 Sacramento, 

bds. do. 
" Wm. R., salesman (1 Blackstone 
market, B.), h. Elm, cor. Beech 
Meade John W., machinist (So. Boston), 
house 85 Elm 
" Julia, widow of Thomas, h. 85 Elm 
Meagher Dennis, driver Camb. R. R. Co., 
v h. 52 Holworthy 

" Wm. H., bill poster, 593£ Main, bds. 
89 Hancock 
Mealy Martin, upholsterer, h. 59 Portland 
Meany Jeremiah, laborer, Niles Bros., Con- 
cord av. 
Meckel Joseph, cigar maker, h. 12 Gardner 
Medero Jos-, cabinet maker, h. 25 Fourth 



Medeiros Antoine, shoemaker, house 113 

Pleasant [197 do. 

" August, hairdresser, 392 Camb., bds. 

" Carlotta C, widow of Francis, h. 113 

Pleasant 
" deVictorine, packer (Keeler's,Wash,. 

cor. Elm, B. ) house 21 Gore 
" Frances, widow, h. 34 Spring 
" Joseph, laborer, h. rear 171 Winsor 
" Joseph, tailor, 101 Camb., house 171^ 

Third 
" Joseph L., painter, h. 53 N"orth 
" Wm., hairdresser, h. 34 Spring 
Mee James F., driver, Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

at Watertown 
Meehan Frank, grinder, Amer. Rubber 
Co., bds. 24 Harvard 
" Thos., cabinet maker, Otis, c. First, 
house 172 Third 
Meely J., driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
Megathlin Henry G. , clerk, 63 River, bds. 

25 Jay 
Meggett John, book-keeper (Pearl, B.), b. 
295 Broadway 
" John M., Jr., clerk (143 Pearl, 
B.), h. 295 Broadway 
Megraw Edward E., molder (140 Oliver, 
B.), bds. 408 Main 
" Maurice F., molder (140 Oliver, B ), 
house 408 Main 
Megroth Charles H., carpenter, h. 43 Wes- 
tern avenue 
" Charles W., conductor, Camb. R. R 

Co., rms. 93£ Green 
" Wm. N., piano action maker, h. 93£ 
Green 

MEHABG JOSEPH, groceries 
and provisons, 145 and 147 Pleas- 
ant, h. 3 Gordon place (see p. 489) 
" Robert R. , clerk, 145 Pleasant, bds. 
3 Gordon place 
Mehegan Ellen, widow, h. 112 Third 

" Robert J., pressman (^4 Williams ct., 

B.), h. 112 Third 
" see Mahegan 
Meigs Benjamin B., messenger, 225 Bridge 
bds. at Lowell 

MEIOS ELEVATED RAIL- 
WAY CONSTRUCTION 
CO., 225 Bridge 
" James L., civil engineer, 225 Bridge, 

h. at Boston 
" Joe V., inventor, 225 Bridge, h. at 
Lowell 
Melavin John H., foreman, 31 Hampshire, 
house 88 Wash. 
" see Melvin 
Melander J. Herman, photo printer, 573 

Main, rms. do. 
Melberry Gustav, machinist, b. 4 Hastings 
Melcher Abbott L., stone cutter, house 126 
Norfolk 
" Daniel R. , carpenter, 9 Western av., 
house 27 Pleasant 



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Melia .lames E., linker, h. 8 Baldwin pi. 
Mellick Win. Li., baker, 502 Main, h. :;i 

( rreen 
Melledge Edgar C, clerk, b. 886 Harvard 
" .lames P. Mrs. . h. 836 Harvard 

" Mary Miss, bds. 335 Harvard 

" Robert J. (91 State, B.), nde. 386 

Harvard [Harvard 

" Sarah J., widow of dames I'., li. 335 

Mellen Edwin I)., 184 Broadway, h. 307 do. 

" George, sawyer, Otis, c. First, h. at 

So. Boston 
" Henry, planer, Second, cor? Thorn- 
dike, h. at Heading 
MELLEN JAMES, (Curtis Davis 
& Co.), soap mnfr., 184 Broadway 
and (136 State, B.), h. 31 Essex 
(see p 40) 
" Mary Miss, compositor, hds. 135 

Brookline 
" Michael, at Riverside Press, house 

135 Brookline 
" Sarah A., widow, bds. 307 Broadway 
" Thomas, painter, h. 150 Green 
" Wallace E., clerk, 194 Cambridge, 
bds. 22 Eighth [Pleasant 

Melley Arthur, engineer, 172 Pearl, h. 121 
" Arthur jr., printer (226 Franklin, B) 

bds. 121 Pleasant 
" Chas. W. , shoe polish mnfr., 121 

Pleasant, bds. do. 
" Patrick, lab., house Garden ct., be- 
tween Dublin and Garden 
" Patrick, soapmaker, 172 Pearl, house 
5 Jay [10 Cherry 

Mello Joseph M., hairdresser, 427 Main, h. 
Mellor John, starter Chas. River St. K'y 

Co., rooms 119 Prospect 
Mellsop Wm. C, h. 912 Main 
Meloon Hopkins H., produce (19 Black- 
stone, B.), h. 67 Third 
" Minnie A. Mrs., music teacher, b. 

67 Third 
<< Sebiah, wid. of David C, h. 67 Third 
" Wm. H., conductor Camb. R.R. Co., 
house 45 Sacramento 
Melville Edward, cook, 120 Camb., h 1 Sixth 
" Geo. printer (B.), h. 22 Spring 
" Thos., hostler First cor. Otis, house 
152 Bridge 
Melvin Patrick C, tailor (187 Wash., B.). 
house 30 East 
" Wm., confectioner, bds. 15 Antrim 
" see Melavin [McCabe 

Memmigh Patrick, lab., 221 Bridge, bds. 8 
Menton Agnes Miss, cashier, 2 Brewer's 

block, bds. 7 Grant 
Mercer Wm. L., broker (50 School, B.), 
house 78 Inman 
" Wm. W., janitor (53 Devonshire, 
B.). house 34 Brewery 
Merchant Gorham A., foreman Am. Net & 
Twine Co., foot Second, house at 
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Merchant Henry, carriage painter 282 

North av. house at Somcrvilli- 

Mciiaiii Dorcas J., widow of John N., h. 

14:> Magazine 
" Emeline, wid. of Wm.. h. 1' Clinton 

Meikle AugllSt, artist 'West Soil!.;, bOUge 

12 Winter 
Meio Eliza, widow of Chas. K.. h. 8 Eaton 
Merriam Albeit Mrs., h. 369 Cambridge 
" Geo. H., h. 10 Bobbins block, Pros- 
pect 
" Harry L., carpenter, 7 Western inc., 

bds. 10 Robbing block, Prospect 
" Joseph, broom maker, rooms r. i', Erie 
Merrick Frederick, porter (169 Wash., 15.; 
house 37 Portland 
" Frederick F., porter (B"), house 

56 Washington 
" Richard, lab., 126 Portland, house 35 

Harding 
" Wm. R., porter (B.), b. 37 Portland 
Merrifield Otis E., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 
67 Mt. Auburn 
" Otis E. jr., clerk (100 Summer, B.), 

bds. 67 Mt. Auburn 
" Walter L., express messenger, (40 

Court sq., B.), b. 41 Cogswell av. 
" Walter M., plumber, b. 20£ Bigelow 
" Wm. , express driver, 600 Main, house 
at Allston 
Merrill Allyne L. , instructor (Mass. Inst, 
of Technology, Boylston, B.), bds. 
65 Dana 
" Chas. A., carpenter, Palmer, bds. 3 
Holly avenue [30 Norfolk 

" David G., foreman, 3 Hampshire, h. 
" Dennett, action maker, 139 Broadw'v 
" D. P., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Erank P. (Norris & Merrill), grocer, 
5 and 6 Harvard sq., b. 25 Wendell 
" George, bds. 5 Story 
" Geo. D., restaurant, 4 and 6 Holyoke 

boards 5 Story 
" G. Edward, clerk (4 Winthropsq., B) 

house 17 Greenough av. 
" Geo. H., periodicals, etc., 465 Camb. 
house at Somerville 

MERK1LL GEORGE S., boots 
and shoes (4(59 Washington. B.), h. 

65 Dana (see p. 508) 
" Herbert S., clerk, h. 22 Russell 
" Horace A., carpenter, h. 24 Rice 
" Joseph E., printer, h. 86 Moore 
" J. Warren. Mason building (70 Kilby 

B.). h. 400 Broadway 
" Lorenzo A., foreman of lard room, 

169 Gore, house 105 Winsor 
" Louis B. (Camb. Box Co.), State, c. 

Osborn, bds. 30 Norfolk 
" R. M., carpenter, h. 11 Worcester 
" Sarah S-, widow of Chas.. house 400 

Broadway 
" Susan E., teacher Harvard Grammar 

school, bds. 341 Broadway 



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Merrill Thos. P., driver Camb. R. R. Co., 

b. 4 Murray 

" T. Watson, Mason building (70 Kilby 

B.), house 400 Broadway 
" Walter A. (Camb. Box Co.), State, 

c. Osborn, h. 61 Cherry 

" Wm., wheelwright, h. 7 Lambert av. 
" Wm. E., elk 118 Third, b. 106 Spring 

MERRI MACK M UT U A JL 
FIRE INS. CO. OF AN- 

DOVER, MASS., Joseph 

Whittemore, agent, 613 Main over 

P. O. and (42 Congress, B.) (see 

advt. opp. his name; 
Merriman E. A. Mrs., h. 9 Hancock pi 
Merritt Edgar A., mason, bds. 51 Winsor 
" Edwin H., wood turner, 131 Broadw'y 

house 13 Clark 
" Elisha L., mas n, house 51 Winsor 
" Kate Mrs., house 111 Charles 
" Martin N., bookkeeper (B.), boards 

94 Magazine [Jefferson 

" Timothy, marble worker (B.), h. 37 

Messer Catherine, wid. of Wm. A., house 

94 Webster ave. 
*■ Chas. A., engineer Am. Net & Twine 

Co., foot Second, h. 75 Fourth 
" Daniel E. (D. E. Messer & Brother), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, rooms 177£ do 
" Dan Y., salesman (199 State, B.), 

house 3 Emerson blk., Mt. Pleasant 
" D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and Gorhara 

B. Messer), grocers, 159 Harvard 
" Eliza J., widow, house . Emerson 

block, Mt. Pleasant ' 
" George, driver Mrs. Wm. A. Messer's 

express, h. 155 Winsor [140 do. 
" G. Frank, salesman 159 Harvard, bds. 
" Gorham B. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, bds. 140 do. 
* c John M., teamster, b. 94 Webster av. 
*' L. Wilbur, general secretary,, Camb. 

Young Men's Christian Asso., 624 

Main, b. 686 do. 
Messinger Wm. T., h. 15 Prospect 
Metcalf Chas. C, proof corrector, Boston 

Transcript (324 Wash., B.), h. 59 

Walden 
" Charles Clifford, clerk (52 Devonshire 

B.), b. 59 Walden 
*"«■ Eliab W., editor, -'Courier" (299 

Wash., B.j, h. 49 Walden 
" Greenleaf W., fly finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 1 Allston ct. 
" Louisa C. Miss, h. 154 Mt. Auburn 
** Nancy C, widow of Chas. R., h. 154 

Mt. Auburn 
" Willard L., artist, b. 1 Allston ct. 

METCALF WM. S., compiler and 
proof reader at W. A. Greenough 
& Co.'s Directory office, Bowdoin 
building (31 Milk, room 42, B.), h. 
22 Lowell, after February 1, Hol- 
worthy place, 1st on right 



Metivier James, teacher, h. 14 Kirkland pi. 

'• Noel, saloon, 113 Spruce, h. do. 
Mettsen Peter, tailor, b. 2 Bristol 
Metzger Andrew, vocalist, h. 158 Otis 
" Elizabeth, widow, h. 10 Seventh 
" Joseph, piano tuner and patent au- 
tomatic music recorder, 200 Camb. , 
house do. [Brooks 

Meyer Frank, baker, h. 2 Hotel Brooks, 
" Henrich, engineer, Herald (4 Wil- 
liams ct., B.), h. 43 Reed 
" John, finisher, Second, c. Thorndike 

house 9 Seventh 
" see Mayer also Myers 
Meyers Julius, cigars and billiards, 643 

Main, house 658 do. 
Michael S. David, clerk, 468 Harvard, b. 

46 Mount Auburn 
Middlemas Geo. W. (Middlemas & More), 
carriage builder, 3 Palmer, house 
11 Revere 
" H. H.. driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" & More (George W. Middlemas and 
Thos. A. More), carriage builders, 
3 Palmer 

MIDDLESEX MARKET (Fred 
J. Row & Co.), 423 Main (see p. 41) 
Middleton Henry G. engineer, house rear 
106 Norfolk [Holly 

" Wm. B., laborer, h. 2 Hotel School, 
" Wm. V., laborer, bds. r. 106 Norfolk 
Midgley Edward, freight-car repairer, B. & 

L. R. R. shop 
Midgely Thos., carpenter, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, b. 85 Bridge, No. 2 
Midelbach Casper, currier (Somerville), h. 

388 North avenue 
Miesner Christopher, foreman, Revere 

Sugar Refinery, house 98 Fourth 
Miethke Minna, widow of Herman, house 

263 Putnam avenue 
Mifflin Geo. H. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), 
printer, Riverside Press, and 
(Houghton, Mifflin & Co.), publish- 
er (4 Park, B.), h. at Boston 
Mignault A., physician, house Montgom- 
ery, n. Spruce 
Mikolas Jacob, cabinet maker, 626 Main 
Milbank C. H., conductor, Camb. R. R. 
Co., b. Baldwin [shire pi. 

Milbroune Chas., coachman, h. 7 Hamp- 
Milbury Edgar, conductor, Camb. R. R. 

Co., rooms 12 Dunster 
Miles Dennis W., harness maker, house 
60 Broadway 
" Edmund, proof reviser, University 

Press, house 4 Charles River 
" Elizabeth, widow of Edward, house 

60 Broadway 
" Fernando, supervisor of stables Camb. 

R. R. Co., house 11 River 
«■ Frank H., foreman (117 Franklin, B.) 
h. 1 Eustis court 



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Miles William B., book finisher, Riverside 
bindery, boards 1 1 Uiver 

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Milk John 11.. tinsmith, 368 Main, boose at 
Millan Alexander, fish and oysters, 17 Brat- 
tle, b. 12 DeWolf [Howard 
•• Horace I-:., driver, 602 Main. h. 80 
Millard Frank, h. l<>: Lake View av one 
( reo. . agent, h. :•'.' Tremont 
-• Simeon 1... dentisl B. , b. 106 Pearl 
" Win., tinsmith ^79 North. B\), house 

106 Pearl 
Millbank Calvin H., conductor, Camb. R. 

l;. I d., b. Camb., C. Baldwin 
Milieu Frederick A., wood molder, house 

18 Gore 
'• Win. A., dentist (13 Tremont row, 

B.), b. 101 Allston 
•• Wm. J., foreman (1 and 3 Sudbury, 

11. . honse 101 Ailston 
Miller Albert E.. tailor. 033 Main, boards 

at Somerville [Vine 

•■ Albert John, fruit peddler, h. r. li) 
•• Bros. (Geo. H. and Frank H. Miller) 

watches and jewelry. 593 Main 
" Catherine, widow of Fred, house 89 

Third 
" Chas.. b. 32 Brookline 
" Chas.. Jr.. turner, b. 02 Harvard 
•• Chas. H.. cook. h. 94 Third 
'• Christina, widow of Chas.. house 62 

Harvard 
" Claborn C Mrs., h. r. 33 Hastings 
11 Claborn M.. janitor, b. r. 33 Hastings 
•• Danbridge L.. laborer, boards rear 

33 Hastings 
" Edward, currier, h 20 Montgomery 
" Edward F., student ^B.). boards 9 

Franklin 
" Ellen, wid. of Geo., h. 7 Appian way 
11 Ellis F., undertakers' materials (19 

Wash.. B.). h. 13 Roseland 
" Frank H. (Miller Bros.), watches 

and jewelry, 593 Main, boards 32 

Brookline [108 Spruce 

'• Fred, brick maker. B. S. B. Co., h. 
" Fred A., cooper, h. 10 Murdock 
" Geo. G.. blacksmith. B. * A. R. R. 

(Ailston), h. 32 Brookline 
" Geo. H. (Miller Bros.), watches and 

jewelry. 593 Main, h. 27 Essex 
" Helen Mrs., h. 201 North avenue 
" Ingram B., carpenter ^Somerville), 

h. 7 Appian-way 
•• James, fireman ^B.).b. 118 Harvard 
•' James, wheelwright, 355 North av.. 

house at Arlington 
" James H.. blacksmith, h. 18 Upton 
'• Jewett, filler. 1-1 Gore. h. Vamline 
11 John, boiler maker, h. 118 Harvard 
" John, comedian, h. 47 Amorv 



Miller L. A. Mr*, h 20 W 

•• Martha ('.. widow <,t" David, h. 40 
Treraonl 

Minn Iressmaker B , bds. 

Ill < olumbia 
■• Morgan, clerk, room- .".7 Harvard 
•• < >uo \. . cooper, Ninth, c 

b. 89 Third 
■ Peter A., upholsterer, h. 133 Brook- 
line 
•• Etob< it. driver, Camb. R. K. Co., b. 
ib.. eor. Baldwin 
Robert, painter, bds. 11 s Harvard 
s.. driver, Camb. R. R. Co., boards 
Camb.. cor. Baldwin 
• Stella M. Miss, milliner, boar 

Franklin 
•• Stuart C*, produce (104 F. II. mar- 
ket. B.), b. 122 Hancock 
•• Wm., teamster, Richardson vv. I'- 
ll, foot of Murray 
•• Wm. F., wood turner. 602 Main. h. 

62 Harvard 
■• Wm; G. foreman (Water, corner 
Chamber, Charlestown 
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John, furniture 
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Millet Josiah B.. clerk Riverside Fi- 
at Boston 
Millete Felix, broom maker, h. Crescent 

ave., near the pottery 
Millett George W.. printer. Riverside Pre«s 
h. &ȣ Putnam ave 
•• Greorgie Miss, proof reader. Riverside 
Press, bds. &o& Putnan ave. 
Milligan Daniel H.. shoemaker. 36 Fifth. 
" h. 159 Norfolk 
" James, cutter (225 Washington. B. . 

h. 28 Fayette 
" John 1).. b. 28 Fayette 
•• Wm., dentist. 613 Main, boards 28 
Fayette 
Alilliken Jas. E., express. 12 Brattle and 
(26 Devonshire, B.), house 8 Mt. 
Auburn 
" James S. Mrs., h. 8 Mt. Auburn 
Millis Win,, cutter. Am. Rubber Co.. bds. 

125 Harvard 
Millman Alphonse, carriage maker 'B 
70 Hastings 
•• Arthur, carriage maker I Charles, c. 
Cambridge. B.), b. 173 Main 
Millmaire Eugene, varnisher. Am. Rubber 
Co. [103 Harvard 

Millmore John, iron moulder. Pelham. b. 
'• Luke, driver, 13 Broadway, boards 

103 Harvard 
•' Patrick, hostler Camb. R. R. Co.. h. 
201 Main 
Millner Charles H.. tinsmith. 051 Main, h. 
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Millner Fred, carriage painter, 176 North 

ave., bds. at Somerville 
Milner John, plumber, h. 66 Western ave. 
Mills Benj. F., stenographer Riverside 
Press, and stenographic teacher, 8 
Tufts, h at Arlington 
Mills Benj. F., clerk, (82 Water, B.), bds. 
97 Spring 
" Charles, civil engineer, Middlesex 
county, office, Court House, Third, 
h. at Somerville 
' ; Charles F., carpenter, boards 92 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Charles H., wood engraver, (4 Alden 

court, B.) bds. 97 Spring 
. " David S., hatter, h. 72 Inman 
" Ella J. Miss, dressmaker, 473 Main, 

house do. 
" James, cooper, bds. 164 Gore 
" James, hairdresser (122 Cambridge, 
B.), h. 45 Winsor 
, " Jas. H., cabinetmaker, h. 97 Spring 
" Jas. H. jr., cane-chair seater, b. 97 

Spring 
" John, at .Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 

50 Spring 
" John J., teamster, b. rear 40 Foster 
" John R., fresco painter (121 Court, 

B.) h. 10 Perry 
." Joseph, mason, house 92 _YIt. Auburn 
" Mary, widow of Charles, b. 92 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Wm. , carpenter, h. rear 40 Foster 
" Wm. jr., teamster, b. rear 40 Foster 
Milne G orge Duncan, Am. Bell Telephone 
Co., (95 Milk, room 60, B.), h. 6 
Pernberton 
" Helen, widow of Robert, h. 201 North 
avenue 
Milton Henry, h. 174 Columbia 

" James, tinsmith (B.), boards 174 Co 

lumbia 
" Robert B., cabinet maker, State, h. 
157 Spring 
Mimneugh James, blower Union Glass Co., 
(Somerville) h. 198 Cambrid e 
" Thomas, fruit pedlar, h. 33 Warren 
Minane John, laborer, h. 7 Maynard pi. 
" Thomas H., stone cutter A. McDon- 
ald, b. 7 Maynard pi. 
Minard A. S., Mrs., dressmaker, 12 Essex, 

h. do. 
Minchin John, bds. 83 Putnam ave. 
Mindig Jane widow of Philip, h. 20 Mur- 
dock [line 

Mindom Joseph, cigar maker, h. 59 Brook- 
Minehan Eilward, laborer, N. E. Glass 
Works, b. 22 Spring 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 132 Dublin 
Miner Augusta A., widow of Charles, h. 80 
Thorndike 
" Catherine, widow of Henry, house 39 

Hastings 
" Edward F., machinist, h. 152 Pearl 



Miner Everett L., clerk, 458 Harvard, bds. 

29 Ash [80 Thorndike 

" Fred L., clerk, 161 Cambridge, bds. 
" Henry A., apothecary, 161 Cam- 
bridge, h. 80 Thorndike 
" J. R., carpenter B. & L. R. R. shop 
" Wm. H., bushelman (B), house 144 

Pleasant 
Minnehan Jeremiah T., liquors, 72 Camb., 

h. at Somerville 
" Timothy J., cigars and tobacco, 201 

Cambridge, h. 99£ do. 
Minnihan Cornelius, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 

151 Otis 
Minot Elizabeth, widow of George, house 

38 Concord ave. 
Minott James M., apothecary, 417 and 528 

Cambridge, h. 15 Ellsworth ave. 
Minron Gilbert, cabinet maker, Otis, corner 

First, h. 23 Vine 
Minton Patrick, grocer, 7 Grant, h. do. 
Mirick Augusta G. Mrs., teacher, Putnam 

Grammar School, h. 139 Thorndike 
" George A., student (Amherst), boards 

139 Thorndike 
" Lilia A. Miss, teacher, Thorndike 

Grammar School, b. 139 Thorndike 
Mitchell Albert, expressman, h. 81 Concord 

ave. [etery, h. 2 Huron 

" Alexander T., lab., Mt. Auburn cem- 
" Daniel, baker, 31 Elm, h. 212 Harvard 
" David G., hairdresser, 590 Main, bds. 

5 Howard 
" Edward C. Prof., author, b. 24 Arrow 
" Elizabeth, wid. of William, house 60 

Hastings [89 Plymouth 

" Elizabeth H., wid. of William S., h. 
" Erastus C, box maker, First, corner 

Thorndike, h. at Lynn 
" Frank, waiter, 120 Cambridge, rooms 

156 do. 
" Frank L., book -binder, Riverside 

Press, bds. 221 Pearl 
" Fred W., compositor, 636 Main, rms. 

17 Tremont 
" Frederick M., brakeman, B. & A. R. 

R., bds. 28 Front 
" George, trimmer, 232 North ave., h. 

at Arlington 
" George E., car repairer, C. R.R. Co., 

h. 134 Winsor 
" George E., electrotyper, Riverside 

Press, bds. 105 Putnam ave. 
" George E., printer, 636 Main, h. 17 

Tremont [Thorndike 

" George L., assistant assessor, h. 113 
" Henry, car cleaner, F. R.R. , house 8 

Third [Somerville 

" Jesse, watchman, 220 Portland, h. at 
" John, machinist, 72 Main, boarls 8 

Hastings 
" J. Frank, foreman of electrotype 

room, Riverside Press, h. 221 Pearl 
" Mary, wid. of John, h. 8 Hastings 



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Mitchell Mary E., w'hI. of Henry A., h. 28 

Front [ rooms 35 Elinor 

" Randolph H., waiter, Memorial Hall, 
" Thomas, grocer, 166 Franklin, h. do. 

" Thomas, stone cutter, 10 Bridge, h. at 

Boston 
" Thomas A., h. r. 117 Pleasant 
" Vandale, sail maker (15.)' rooms 32 
Fourth [B.)> bds. 28 Front 

" Walter II., clerk (5 Pemberton sq., 
" William, freight conductor, B. & L. 

U.K., rooms 127-i Cambridge 
" William, harness maker, 2 Cambridge, 

junction Bridge, h. 110 Winsor 
" William D., tinsmith, Third, corner 

Totter, h. 8 Hastings 
" William P., painter, h. 34 Broadway 
" William R., moulder, h. 15 Charles 
River [ton, B.), h. 12 Lee 

Mitton Edward J., salesman (450 Washing- 
Mix Charles, butcher, ISIiles Bros., Concord 

ave., h. n. do. 
Mixon Frederick H., cooper, r. 68 Allston, 

h. at Somerville 
Miznes Emma E. Miss, bds. 7 Frost 
Modeste Charles Exporter (Boston), h. 1 

Inman pi. 
Moera Manuel J., lab., 3 Hampshire, h. 5 

Lowland ave. 
Moeser Philip, cigar maker, h. 20 Hastings 
Moffit Harriet, wid., h. 143 Elm 

" Robert, teamster, bds. 143 Elm 
Mogridge Samuel, wool dryer, 19 Frank, b. 

7 C .dar 
Mohn Michael J., liquors, 139 Bridge, 

rooms 136 do. 
Mohrow Charles G., meats (B.),h. 6 Cherry 
Mohwinkel Fritz, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. 160 Thorndike 
Molien Charles, machinist, h. 227 Franklin 
Moller A. B. Mrs., Jmodeste, 762 Main, 
h. do. [blk., Main, h. 4 do. 

" Adolph T., cigar mnfr., 9 Rogers' 
11 Benedikta Mrs., physician, 4 Rogers' 

blk., Main, h. do. 
" Christian B., furniture, etc., 449 

Main,h. 449£ do. 
" Gustave, clerk, 449 Main, h. 25 Sidney 
" Justina Mrs., h. 43 School-st. pi. 
" Peter A., upholsterer (B.), house 133 
Brookline 
Molloy Michael, hostler, h. 281 Cambridge 
Moloney Daniel, coal-hod mnfr., foot of 

Thorndike, h. 281 Cambridge 
Moltman Robert, gardener, 4 Holworthy, 
h. 108 do. 
" Robert H., gardener, Mount Auburn 

Conservatory, bds. 108 Holworthy 
" William J., book-keeper (52 Central, 
B.), h. 108 Holworthy 
Monaghan Bridget Miss, h. 8 Fifth 

" Hugh J., core maker, Third, corner 

Bent, bds. 56 Second 
" John, lab., h. r. 3 Brown's blk., Third 



Monaghan Patrick, lab., bds. 171 Dublin 

" Patrick, lab., h. 24 Bolton 
Monahan A., cutter. Ainer. Rubber Co. 
" Catherine, widow of Francis, h. r. 29 

Bolton 
" Henry .J., hrakeman, F. R. If., house 

Waverlv, n. Fori \Va>hington 
" Patrick, lab., 126 Portland, h. Boiling 

Mill blk., Bristol 
" Patrick, lab., h. 16 Willow 
" Sarah Miss, h. 17 South 
Monroe Amos, h. 63 Auburn 

" see Munroe 
Monstevens Richard W., packer, American 

Rubber Co., h. 117 Charles 
Montague Alfred, carpenter, h. 91 Main 
" Charles Hibbard, clerk (52 India, B.) T 

bds. 26 Fayette 
" Clifton E., clerk (152 Federal, B.) ; 

bds. 70 Antrim 
" Edward O., action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, bds. 279 Broadway 
Mourriz Joseph F., hairdresser, 95 Cam- 
bridge, bds. r. 95 do. 
" Samuel L., com. mer. (309 Atlantic 

ave., B.), h. 26 Fayette 
" Sarah A. Mrs., fancy goods, 12 In- 
man square, h. 70 Antrim 
Montaire John, jewelry (35£ Devonshire, 

B.), h. 79 Thorndike 
Montgomery Andrew, slater, h. 188 N» rfolk 
David H. , author, h. 37 Holworthy 
Edward, sawyer, 162 Broadway, b. 

271 Main 
Geo., h. 40 Hampshire 
Geo. W., city lamplighter, bouse 63 

Hampshire 

Henry, piano tuner (B.). boards 19 

Winthrop [Spring 

James A., roller, 12 Gore, house 6i> 

Mark, machine hand, 162 Broadway, 

b. 91 Main 

Robert A., pressman "Globe" (238 

Washington, B.), h. 11 Rogers' 

block, Main [Spring 

Thomas, city lamplighter, house 69 

Thomas H., driver, 195 Broadway. 

h. 63 Hampshire 
William G. , laborer, L. Kemp & 

Sons, h. 32 Davis 
William H. Mrs., express, 506 and 
614 Main, and (10 Faneuil Hall sq., 
B.),h. 22 Brookline 
William J., driver Montgomery ex- 
press, 644 Main, b. 22 Brookline 
Monti Louis, tinsmith, h. 193 Main 
Monzert George, baker, h. 426 Cambridge 
Monzon Joseph, cigar mnfr. (288 State, 

B.), fa. 7 Essex 
Moody George, painter (B.), b. 8 Water 
'• John H., foreman press room (238 
Washington, B.), h. 330 Broadwav 
•■ Robert J., baker (B.),h. 8 Water 
" Thomas, baker, h. 32 Kinnaird 



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Moody William, machinist(53 Beverly, B.), 

h. 487 Main 
Mooers Walter, cutter, Amer. Rub. Co. 
Moon Jesse W. P., driver Boston lee Co., 

Prison Point, h. at Boston 
Mooney Alice, widow of William J., h. 183 

Columbia 
" A. M. Mrs., dressmaker, rms. 1 Win- 

throp square 
" Anna £. Miss, saleswoman (B.), b. 

2 Hastings sq. 
" Bernard, printer (B.), b. 68 School 
" Charles S., draughtsman (32 Pem- 

berton square, B.), b. 13 Norton 
" Daniel, h. 115 Tremont 
" George P., boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 

11 Suffolk 
" George P., jr. , carriage-maker, bds. 

11 Suffolk 
" George L., clerk (115 Washington, 

B.), b. 133 Spring 
" Hugh A., laborer, b. 11 Suffolk 
" Jane N.Mrs., boarding-house, 5 Linden 
" John, confectionery, h. 62 Winsor 
" John, driver, 184 Broadway, bds. 11 

Suffolk 
" John, h. 6 Hastings 
" John A.,h. 133 Spring 
" John A., driver C. R. R. Co., b. 133 



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boots and shoes, 177 Cam- 
h. 75 Fifth 

widow of William M., h. 2 
Hastings square 
" Patrick, brass-worker, h. 6 Hastings 
" William, boiler maker, 92 Main 
" William D., clerk, 206 Cambridge, 

b. 133 Spring 
" William L., tinsmith, h. 26 Banks 
Moor Clark R. Rev., h. 26 Arlington 

" James C, grocer, 192 Camb. , rooms 
141 Otis 
Moor, see Moors 

Moore Alfred, janitor (P. 0.,B.), h. 129 
Columbia 
" Annie Miss, b. 17 Gerry 
" Arthur, fly-finisher, b. 183 Harvard 
" Augustus S., foreman, 282 Broad- 
way, b. 12 Sidney 
" B. Frank, conductor C. R. R. Co., b. 

Cambridge, c. Baldwin 
" Charles (diaries Moore & Co.), 
hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, h. Lang- 
don, n. North av. 
" Charles, hostler C. R. R. Co., house 

Harvey, corner Jackson 
" Charles P., upholsterer (5 Union, 

B.), b. 236 Cambridge 
" Charles S., turner, h. 41 Amorv 

MOORE CHARLES & CO. 
(Charles and Edward R. Moore), 
hardware, stoves, etc., 8 Brattle 
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fectionery mnfr., 282 Broadway 

and (37 Union, B.), rooms 12 Sid- 
ney (see p. 10) 
Cyrus S., clothes-cleaner, etc., 436£ 

Main, h. 129 Columbia 
Daniel, teamster, 168 Main, h. r. 67 

Moore [Third 

Daniel, tinsmith (B.), house 121 
David H-, musician, h. 3 Allston ct. 
Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co.), 

hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, house 24 

Mellen 
Ellen, widow of Wm., h. 92 Harvard 
Ephraim M., h. 31 Antrim 
Frank, helper, 12 Gore, b. 96 do. 
Frank R., packer, 203 Bridge, b. at 

Waltham 
Frederick, painter, b. r. 80 Boylston 
Frederick, trav. salesman (N. Y.),h. 

92 Harvard 
George, fireman, 8 Harvard sq.,b.do. 
George, laborer, Winthrop wharf, h. 

393 Main 
George, spinner, h. 121 Third 
George A., architect (9 Pemberton 

square, B.), b. 132 Mt, Auburn 
George B., clerk (B. & L. R. R. hay 

depot, Prison Point;, house 71 

Thorndike 
George B. Mrs., music teacher, h. 

71 Thorndike 
George W., laborer, b. T.W. Moore's, 

Crescent avenue 
Hannah E. Miss, h. 47 Magazine 
Hopkins E., wire worker, house 101 

Henry [ct. 

James, grease-collector, h. 3 Essex 
Jane, widow of Alexander, h. r. 41 

Clark 
Jane, wid. of John, h. r. 131 Columbia 
Jane, widoAv of Nicholas, h. 17 Gerry 
Jane Miss, dressmaker, 17 Gerry ,h.do. 
Jennie Miss, dressmaker, b. T. W. 

Moore's, Crescent av. 
Joanna, widow of John, h. 98 Spruce 
John, polisher, 70 Bridge, house at 

Boston 
John A., christian scientist, h. 4 Elm 
John A., painter, house 63 River 
John F., glass-cutter, h. 17 Warren 
Joseph W., h. 31 Antrim 
Joseph W., driver Camb. R. Co., h. 

3 Symonds' block, DeWolf 
Martha E. Mrs., nurse, b. 3 Allston 

court 
Martin, lab. John Reardon & Sons, h. 

122 Brookline 
Matthew R., police station 3, house 

135 Otis 
Nathaniel, stevedore, h. 47 Willow 
Richard F., clerk news-stand (F. R. 

R. depot, B.), bds. 127 Harvard 
Robert, baker, 502 Main 



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Moore Sarah Miss, his. 17 (Jerry 

" Silas II., painter, bds. T. W. Moore's 

Cresceul avenue 
" Thos., at Am. KnbberCo. b. 11 Ninth 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 16 North 
" Thomas A., wheelwright, house 7 

Chapman place 
" T. J. Win., spring fitter, 12 Gore, h. 

ye do. 

" Thomas W., fanner, h. Crescent av. 
" Win. C, engineer (21 Haverhill, 13.) 

house 3 Rogers* block, Main 
" Wm. J., hds. r. -41 Clark 
" lab., Mt. Auburn cemetery, bds. 

McDonald 
'• see More 
Moores Albion J., clerk ^518 Wash., B.), 

boards Go Tleasant 
Moorhead John, lab. John Reardon & Sons 

house 39 Blackstone 
Moorhouse Daniel, pressman Riverside 

Tress, house 34 Fairmont 
Moors Frank B., conductor Camb. R.R. Co 

bds. Baldwin-st. station 
Mora Frank, carpenter, h. 26 Baldwin 
Moran Catherine, wid., h. 230 r. Cambridge 
•• Catherine, widow of Thomas, rear 

178 Green 
" Chas. P., upholsterer (Union, B.), 

bds. 236 Cambridge 
" Daniel, brass finisher (B.), b. 16 East 
" Ellen, widow of John, h. 16 East 
" Ellen, widow, house 73 Third 
" George, plumbers' helper, bds. rear 

178 Green 
" Henry, moulder, 356 Main, house at 

Somerville 
" James, lab., bds. 164 Gore 
" James, lab., house 15 Winter 
" John, brass finisher (B.), b. 16 East 
" John, hostler Chas. River St. Railw'y 

Co., bds. 99 Brookline 
'• John, packer, 169 Gore, h. 164 do. 
" John J., clerk (B.J, h. r. 222 jr'dw'y 
" Joseph, glass blower N. E. Glass 

Works, house 23 Winter 
" Joseph jr., blower N. E. Glass Wks., 

house 25 Gore 
" Leah Mrs., boarding-house, 164 Gore 
" Lucy M., widow of Daniel, house 

139 Brookline 
" Martin, hen dealer, h. Clay, 2d from 

Harvey 
" Mary, widow of Martin, house Clay, 

next Harvey 
" Mary, wid. of Thomas, h. 53 Vine 
" Mary, wid, of Wm. F., h. 81 Boylston 
" Patrick, marble cutter, house rear 

152 Bridge 
" Thomas, h. Clay, n. Montgomery 
" Thomas, plumber, 12 Harvard row 
" Thomas F., tinsmith, b. r. 178 Green 
" Wm. H., blower X. E. Glass Works, 

bds. 23 Winter 



Morandi Alexander, coffin maker, 203 
Bridge, house at Somerville 

Morandns Geo. D., hairdresser, L10 Third, 
house :;7 Cowperthwaite 

" John U., hairdresser, r. 41 Reed, h.do 
More Thomas A. (Middlemas & More), 
carriage builder, 3 Palmer, bouse 7 
Chapman place 
Moreland James 11., box nailer, 3 Hamp- 
shire, bds. 394 Main 
Morey Elisha \\\, oil finisher, b. 72 Inman 

" Philemon, salesman (10 India, li.;, 
rooms 40 Prospect 
Morgan Alfred, picture frame-, 434 Har- 
vard, house 16 Winthrop 

" Emil, lab., 169 Gore, h. 170 do. 

" F. It., conductor Camb. U.K. Co., b. 
Harvard, cor. Hancock 

" Geo. F., conveyancer Registry of 
Deeds, Otis, c. Second, h. 59 Third 

" Harriet widow of Alfred, house 97 
Mt. Auburn 

" Harrison, h. 183 Brookline 

" Henry, blacksmith, Sixth, c. Rogers, 
house 31 Carson 

" James, driver, 29 Banks, b. do. 

" Joseph, hairdresser, 531 Main, bds. 
at Chelsea 

" Julia A., wid. of Joshua, h. 46 Trem't 

" M. B. Mrs., house 37 Concord ave. 

" Thomas H., jig sawyer, 162 Broadw'v 
house 240 do. 
Moriarty Bartholomew, bds. r. 46 Mont- 
gomery [gomery 

" Bridget, wid. of John, h. r. 46 Mont- 

" Chas. xV., painter, 63 Moore, bds. 452 
Broadway 

" Henry M.. action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 421 do. 

" John, blacksmith, h. 105 Third 

" John, marble polisher, h. 43 Harvey 

" Mary, widow of Daniel, house 452 
Broadway 

" Patrick, cooper 169 Gore, rooms 42 
Fifth 

" Patrick H., salesman, 7 H.irvardsq., 
house 14 Farwell place 

" Wm. P., pressman, Riverside Press 
Moring Anna L. Mrs., h. 12 Quincy 

" Chas. F., house 12 Kuincy 
Morison Robert S-. clergyman, house 34 

Shepard 
Morley Gideon M.. machinist, 225 Bridge, 
house at South Boston 

" Jeremiah, foreman 8th st. stable, 
Camb. R.R. Co. 223 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 

" Mary A., wid. of Thos., h. 23 Irving 

" Peter, grocer, 89 Fifth, h. do. 
Morrill Alfred (Morrill & Allen), machin- 
ist and steam engines, 356 Main, 
bds. 10 Village 

" Chas. J., pres. X. E. Glass Works, 
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Morrill Dexter J., express, h. 24 Eliot 
" Geo. A., woolen waste (B. & P. R. 

R. depot, B.), house 61 Green 
" John L., clerk, 168 Gore, house 177 

Norfolk 
" Leonard, h. 35 Eront 
" Sarah, wid. of Levi, b. 354 North av. 
" Wm. E., shoemaker (10 Franklin av. 

B.), h. 58 Mt. Auburn 

MOmtILL & ALI,E1V (Alfred 
Morrill and Albert E., Allen), ma- 
chinists, steam engines, etc., 356 
Main (see p. 54) 
Morris Chas. P., clerk, b. 162 Hampshire 
" Emery T., porter (107 Milk, B.), b. 
162 Hampshire 
Geo., carpenter, h. 33 Kinnaird 
Geo. H., cabinetmaker (Somerville) 

h. Hotel Clark 
J ne Miss, book sewer, b. 114 Pearl 
James H-, waiter (Youngs Hotel, B.) 

boards 11 Elmer 
James L., carpenter, h. 1 Union ct. 
Jennie, wid. of Henry, h. 180 Hamp- 
shire [av. 
John, baker, h. Bristol, near Webster 
John J., book-binder, boards John 

Morris', Bristol 
Lawrence H., clerk, 156 North av., 

boards 40 Arlington 
Mary J., widow of Wm. R., dress 

maker, 162 Hampshire, h. do. 
Michael, towboat fireman (B. ) , house 
6^i Winter [Morris', Bristol 

Thos. E., brass finisher, bds. John 
Walter E., cabinet maker (Somer- 
ville), bds. Hotel Clark 
" Wm., hostler Camb. R. R. Co>, Mt. 
Auburn stable, h. 60 Auburn place 
Morrison Alexander, clerk (30 Winter, B.) 
h. 3 Henderson ct. 
" Alexander, Jr., mariner, boards 3 
Henderson court [boards 57 Sixth 
" Asa L., machine hand 162 Broadway 
" Bayard H., student H. U. , boards 9 

Felton 
" Frank, bds. 57 Sixth [Tremont 

" Franklin C. (5 Norfolk pi., B.), h. 32 
" George, boards 57 Sixth 
" Geo/A. (Whorf & Morrison), fish 
and oysters, 28 Central square, h. 
58 Green 
" Gordon A., hostler Camb. R. R. Co., 

house 104 Webster avenue 
•' Harlan P., butter and cheese (14 New 

F. H. market, B.), h. 18 Avon 
" Henry D., book-keeper, h. 152 Pearl 
" Isaac E., painter, b. 25 Grigg 
" James, gardener, 714 Main, house at 
Somerville [18 Avon 

" James, grocer (41 Portland, B.), h. 
" Joanna Mrs., h. 412 Camb. 
" John, foreman, 169 Gore, h. 162 do. 



Morrison John G. (Rawson & Morrison), 
27 to 31 Main, house 19 State [way- 
John P., machinist, house 186 Broad- 
John R., porter 162 Br adway, h. 1 
Jordan place [h. at Boston 

Robert, painter, B. & L. R. K. shop, 
Sarah Mrs., house 57 Sixth 
Sarah C, widow of John, h. 18 Avon 
Sarah E., widow of Hugh, house 62£ 
Thorndike [rms. 69 Moore 

Wm., wood turner, 131 Broadway, 
Wm. A. , chief engineer (Lowell Corp. 
Lowell), hous. 9 Eelton 
" see Morison 
Morrissey Andrew, mason 12 Eighth, h. do. 
'• Elizabeth A., widow of John S., h. 

174 Gore 
" John, fireman Memorial Hall, H. U., 

rooms do. 
'■ John, 169 Gore, house 162 do. 
" John M., 169 Gore, bds. 162 do. 
" Michael, laborer, house 5 Cedar 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 254 Franklin 
" Sarah, wid. of Thus., h. 174 Gore 
Morrow Francis A., printer Riverside Press 
house 5 Cowperthwaite [Second 
" Henry, driver, 203 Bridge, boards 56 
" James, at Dover Stamping Co., b. 5 

Rockwell 
" see Mohrow 
Morse Albert D. , paper hanger, h. 2 Russell 

MOKSE AJtfijL'JiltJJI* M., printer, 
b. 154 Mt. Auburn 
MORSE ASA P., pres. Cambridge- 
port National BanK, 585 Main, also 

shook mnfr. (215 Franklin, B.), h. 

81 Magazine 
Charles E., book-binder, Riverside 

bindery, house 23 Prince 
Charles H., sub master, Webster 

school, house 24 Prospect 
Cyrus B., at University Press, boards 

1 Winthrop square 
Cyrus E., book binder, Riverside 

Press, rooms 113 Putnam av. 
C. Emery, house 9 William 
Edward H., clerk, Lyceum building, 

Harvard square, b. 62 Wright 
Edwin T., photographer, Main, cor. 

Brewery, h. at f ownsend 
Ellen Mrs., h. 81 Boylston 
Francis A. , harness maker, Camb. R. 

R. Co., bds. 62 Wright [b. do. 

Frank, baker, Peter Morse, Walden, 
Frank, horse shoer, h. 37 Amory 
Geo., clerk, 15 Boylston, b. 81 do. 
Geo. A., harness maker, 5 Palmer, h. 

62 Wright 
Geo. A., lawyer (209 Washington, 

B.). boards 371 Harvard 
Geo. E., house 99 Auburn 
George H., teamster (60 Fulton, B.), 

house 87 Spring 



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Morse Godfrey, driver U. 8. Mail wagon, 

4+ Bridge, boards at Boston 
4< Harriet Miss, seamstress, house 187 

Hampshire 
11 Harriet A. Mrs., h. 187 Hampshire 
" Henry L.. salesman (29 Kingston, B.) 

house 7<"> North av. 
" Horace A., express driver, Lyceum 

bldg., Harvard square, h. 9 Charles 

River [h. 371 Harvard 

" IsaacS., attorney (209 Wash., B.), 
" James, painter, o Palmer, hoards 81 

Boylston 
" James B., house 17 DeWolf 
" James Drummond, book finisher, 

Riverside Press, h. 59£ Franklin 
" James M., waiter, b. 59 Mt. Auburn 
" Kate E., wid. of P. H., h. 154 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Kendall, h. 62 River 
" Louis, clerk, bds. Peter Morse's. 

Walden [Dublin 

" Lowell, blacksmith, h. Walden, near 
11 Orrin A., salesman (450 Washington, 

B.), h. Iu3 Cambridge 
" Paul, saloon, 104 Dublin, b. 83 do. 
11 Peter, baker, Walden, cor. Dublin, 

h. Walden, between Garden and 

Dublin 
" Sadie A. Mrs., dressmaker, bds. 9 

Charles River 
" Timothy D., umbrella maker, 508 

Main, h. 30 Eighth 
" Warren G., dry goods (Cambridge, 

B.), h. 67 Inman 
" Wm., painter, h. Brown's blk.. Third 
" Win. Prank, clerk, h. 99 Auburn 
" Warren G., dry goods, 62 Cambridge, 

house 67 Inman 
Morsell Herndon, vocalist, b. 96 Thorndike 
Morson Charles R., carpenter, house 458 

Cambridge 
Morton Arthur C, clerk. 148 North av., 

rms. H. A. Hand's, Somerville av. 
" Geo. B., action maker, 137 Broad- 
way, h. 38 Sacramento 
" Walter, carpenter, Amer. Rubber 

Co.. house 26 Eighth 
Moses Charles W., student, b. 137 Pearl 
" Hamilton, compositor, Riverside 

Press, h. at Wakefield 
" Jacob A., salesman, h. 137 Pearl 
Mosher Alfred, cooper, 138 Gore, h. 347 

Cambridge 
" A. M. Mrs., house 7 Ware 
" Edward F., salesman (64 Sudbury, 

• B.), h. 2£ Douglass 
11 Essie Miss, paper ruler (B.), b. 138 

Brookline 
" Frank W., clerk, 63 River, bds. 1 

Rockingham [2£ Douglass 

" James H. , clerk (64 Sudbury, B/) , h. 
" John N., cabinet maker, h. 42 River 
" see Mozer 



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139 Gore (see p. 



Moss Francis, blacksmith, h. 39 Baldwin 
" Joseph, cigar maker. 513 Main, h. 8 

Decatur 
" J., conductor, Camh. R. R. Co. 
11 Wm. H., house 9& Fifth 
Mossey Mary, widow of Edward, h. 3 Web- 
ster avenue 
Moulton Charles H., clocks, 

Camb., h. 57 Sixth 
" Charles J. B., collector, h. 
" Charles W. H. (C W. H. Moulton 

& Co.), ladders, etc., 139 Gore, h. 

131 Thorndike 
" Claudius B., shirt and overall mnfr. . 

(85 Water, B.). h. Mt. Pleasant. 

cor. Walden 
" C. Warren, traveling salesman (2 

Libertv sq., B.), h. 19 Inman 

MOILTOX C. H.H. «fc CO., 
(Charles XV. H. 
and chair mnfr., 
491) 
" Elizabeth C., widow of Joel, h. 44 

Holyoke 
" John G. , action maker, 139 Broadway 
" Mary A. Miss, compositor, University 
Press, bds. 44 Holyoke 
Mountford Warren E., carpenter, (450 

Wash., B.), b. 23 Essex 

Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Mt. Auburn, near 

Watertown line, office (16 Pember- 

ton sq., B.) [Auburn 

" Conservatory, Brattle, near Mt. 

" Marble and Granite Works, opp. 

Mt. Auburn cemetery 
" Saint Joseph's Academy, Fresh Pond 
Lane 
Moura Ede, mill hand, 3 Hampshire 
Mowell Chas. P., clerk, 192 Cambridge, h. 

124 Otis 
Mowry Clementine L., widow of AlbertE., 
house 4 River 
" Smith A., bds. 4 River 
Moylan Mary, Avid, of Michael, h. Spring. 

corner Eighth 

Moynahan Abbey, widow of Patrick, house 

rear 6 North 

" Daniel, laborer, B. & L. R. R. shop. 

house 8 Winter [North 

Edward, blower, N. E. Glass Works, 

Ellen, widow, h. rear 6 East 

Humphrey, blower, N. E. 

Works, 'bds. 6 North 
Jeremiah, h. 193 Norfolk 
Jeremiah, Jr. (Moynahan & 
stoves, etc., 469 Cambridge, 
Norfolk 
John, clerk. 120 Third, b. do. 
John, lab., h. 46 Montgomery 
John E., plumber, 469 Camb. 

193 Norfolk [Norfolk 

Michael J., tin peddler, house 193 
Neil A'., clerk, 906 Main, bds. 49 Mt. 
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Moynahan Patrick, blower, X. E. Glass 
Works, house 73 Third 
" Patrick J., carpenter. h. 160 Prospect 
•' Wm., boiler maker. 356 Main, house 

Harrison 
" & Co. (Jere Moynahan Jr. and Thos. 
F. Rafferty), stoves, etc., 469 
Cambridge 
" see Monahan 
Moyneck Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 
147 Main 
" Murtagh. house 147 Main 
Mozer Fanny Miss. h. rear 24 Vine 
Mukes Burrill, laborer, h. 53 Portland 
Mulcahy Bridget, widow, h. 1 George 
" Jeremiah, tailor, 8 Boylston, h. 26 

Charles River 
" John F., liquors, 18 Norfolk, h. do. 
" Joseph, currier, Dudley 
" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. r. 45 

Reed 
" Michael, laborer, bds. 14 East 
" Nicholas, currier, Dudley, h. 45 Reed 
" Patrick, currier, Dudley, b. 45 Reed 
" Thos. J., currier, Dudley, b. 45 Reed 
Mulcare Maurice, laborer, b. rear 209 Mt. 

Auburn 
Muldoon John, draughtsman, bds. 25 Fifth 
" Wm. H., saloon, 122 Cambridge, 
house 25 Fifth 
Muldowne John, laborer, First, n. Spring 
Mulford Elisha Rev., lecturer in Theology 
Episcopal Theo. school, Brattle, h. 
41 Bowdoin 
Mulhall Hsnry P., clerk (10 Central, B.), 

house 17 Magazine 
Mulhern Chas. , carpenter, b. 23 Hunting 
" Chas. R., laborer, b. Rogers court 
" Eliza Miss, dressmaker, h. 25 Bow 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. Rogers ct. 
" Jas., sharpener, 139 Broadway, house 

Rogers court 
" James, machine hand, Second, cor. 

Thorndike, h. 107 Spring 
" John F., cigar maker, h. 28 Portland 
" Mary, wid. of Geo., h. 23 Hunting 
" Patrick, laborer, bds. 25 Bow 
" Terrence, spring winder, 368 Main, 

h. at Watertown 
" Thos., bookbinder, b. 5 Rockwell 
Mulholland Michael, confectioner, 150 

Broadway, h. 40 Brookline 
Mull Frederick, h. 150 Spring 
Mullally John, flagman. Medford st. cross- 
ing, F. R. R. bds. 7 Ninth 
Mullaly Simon, boiler maker, 92 Main 
Mullaney John, clerk 1 Webster av. h. do. 
Mullans Edward, laborer, h. 88 Spring 
Mullen Ann Miss, variety store, 17 Fourth, 
house do. [court 

" Christopher, gasfitter, b. 8 Magazine 
" Daniel, stone cutter, Ayer's wharf, 

Third 
'• David, h. 9 Bow 



Mullen Dominick, lab. h. 35 Flagg 

" Edward, boilermaker. Craigie bridge 
" Edward, car driver, Camb. R. R. Co. 
" Edward, driver Camb. R. R. Co., b. 

88 Mt. Auburn 

bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 
" Frank J., bridge builder, b. 410 Main 
" George, h. 476 Cambridge 
" Geo. J., plasterer, h. 46 Spruce 
" Hugh, hack driver, h. 28 Vine 
t; James, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 5 Eighth 
" Jas. E., salesman (477 Washington, 

B.), h. 9 B w 
" Jas. H., clerk, 31 Hampshire, boards 

177 Cambridge 
" Jas. J., clerk, 395 Cambridge, bds. 

34 Harding 
" James W., inside car inspector B. & 

L. R. R., h. at Wilmington 
" John, brushmaker (B.) h. 8 Jefferson 
" John, laborer (B.) h. 16 Vine 
" John, laborer, h. 17 Third 
" John S., salesman (Wash., B.), bds. 

196 Green 
" Joseph, peddler, h. 301 Cambridge 
" Julia M. Miss, book-keeper, 908 

Main, bds. 9 Bow 
" Malachi, watchman, h. 196 Green 
" Margaret, Avidow of James, house 34 

Harding 
" Michael, laborer, h. 6 Hayes court 
" Nicholas, h. 177 Cambridge 
" Patrick, pressman, h. 168 Franklin 
" Stasia G., book-keeper, 31 Hamp- 
shire, bds. 177 Cambridge 
" Thomas, machinist, 72 Main 
" Thomas, teamster, bds. 3 Fifth 
" Thomas F., brush maker, (290 Com'l, 

B.), bds. 177 Cambridge 
" Thomas J., brass finisher (First, 

S. B.) bds. 196 Green 
" Timothy, clerk, 267 Cambridge, bds. 

12 Porter 
" Wm. M., conductor Camb. R. R. Co., 

bds. 177 Cambridge 
" see Mullin and Mullins 
Mliller Bros. (William, Henry, Christian, 

and Edward A. Mliller), tanners 

and curriers, Tannery and (62 South 

B 

Charles, musical instrument maker 
(B.), bds. 155 Otis 

Christian (Mliller Bros.), tanner, 
Tannery, h. Tannery, 1st on left 

Edward A. v Miiller Bros.), Tannery 
bds. Salome Miiller's, Tannery 

Frederick, foreman Ninth, c. Spring, 

h. 175 Spring 

Henry (Mliller Bros.), tanner, Tan- 
nery, h. 388 Noith ave. 

Henrv P., clerk, 153 Spring, boards 
63 Sixth 

Salome, widow of Wm., house, Tan- 
nery, 4th on left 



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MtillerWm., (Midler Bros.), tanner, Tan- 
nery, house at A rlinffton 

" W. P., woodwork i\ 602 Main 

Mullett Francis B., teamster, 118 Bioad- 

way, h. Bristol, n. Webster ave. 
" Frank C, confectioner (B-), house 

15 Suffolk 
" George A., ice cream and confec- 
tionery, 150 Harvard, rooms lis do. 
" Walter A., laborer, rooms 17 Austin 
" Wm. H. , engineer University Press, 

ti. 2fi Winthrop 
" Wm. II.. sergeant, police station 3, 

house 12 Buck's block, Seventh 
Mulligan Frank, soap maker, 172 Pearl 
" John, laborer, 172 Pearl, h. rear 24 

Decatur 
" John, teamster, 1G0 Gore, h. 55 Vine 
" John jr., laborer, 172 Pearl, house 19 

Decatur 
" Thomas E., foreman, 172 Pearl h. 

170 Norfolk 
Mulliken Edwin H., oil dealer, (21 Charles- 
town, B.), h. 23 Lawrence 
" Harriet, widow of Edward, house- 
keeper, 1 Davenport, bds. do. 
" John E. A., clerk, 28 Bridge, boards 

at Somerville 
" Nelson C, clerk, b. 1 Davenport 
" Wm. H., bookkeeper, 68 Bridge, b. 

at Lexington 
Mullin Charles L., milkman, b. 41 Winsor 
" Christopher, fireman, Ninth, corner 

Spring, h. 34£ Charles 
" George, machinist, h. 476 Cambridge 
" George I., polisher, bds. 41 Winsor 
" James F. H., piano key maker, h. 

105 Elm 
" John, laborer, h. 7 Murdock 
" Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, house 5 

Squire's court 
" Patrick Thos., machinist, 29 Main, b. 

5 Squire's ct. 
" Peter, salesman (204 State, B.), h. 

249 Putnam avenue 
" Wm. B., milkman, b. 41 Winsor 
" Wm. H., key and frame maker, 139 

Broadway, h. 41 Winsor 
Mullins, see Mullen 

'.' James J., printer (32 Hawley, B.)» 

house 176 Main 
" John, milkman, b. 168 Franklin 
" Patrick, pressman, h. 168 Franklin 
" Robert, laborer, h. 93 Spring 
" Thos.. grocer, 17 Third, h. 21 do. 
" Thos., teamster (B.). b. 3 Fifth 
Mulloney Agnes S. Miss, teacher, boards 

12 Brookline 
" Edw., stone cutter, First, n. Spring, 

house at Boston Highlands 
" Ellen T., widow of John, house 12 

Brookline [Brookline 

11 John D., telegraph operator, bds. 12 



Mulloney Josephine Miss, gold layer, b. 12 
Brookline 
" Mary E. Miss, teacher, Gore primary 
Bchool, boards 1 L' Brookline 
Mulrey Patrick, granite cutter (^ Brighton), 

h. 150 1 1 mI worthy 

Mulroney .Martin, stone cutter, Ayer*s 

wharf, Third, h. at Waltham 
Mulroy John T., teamster, Kicbardson ft 

Bacon, b. 22 Foster 
" Michael. Laborer, h. 22 Foster 
Mulvahill Jeremiah, laborer, house 203 

Franklin 
" Kate, widow of Thos.. h. 227 Franklin 
" Michael, laborer, h. 13 Banks 
" Thcs., dry pressman. Riverside Press 

1). 83 Putnam avenue 
Mulvaney Morris, laborer, h. 211 Bridge 
" Simon J., iron worker